Logan University offers students the ability to take undergraduate courses, whether in preparation to compete a degree at Logan or to transfer to their current college or university.
The Flexible Accelerated Science Track (FAST) program is designed to help students complete basic science coursework at a faster pace and complete two semesters (one academic year) of credit in selected science courses in one 15-week trimester. Each trimester is broken into two 8-week sessions with a maximum of two FAST courses per-session allowed.
Classes offered under the FAST program:
• Human Biology I and II with labs
• General Chemistry I and II with labs
• Organic Chemistry I and II with labs
• Physics I and II with labs
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Early College Credit Program
Logan University now offers an Early College
Credit Program (ECCP) for high school students. The ECCP
allows qualified high school junior and senior students to earn
college credit while still in high school, thus getting an “early start”
on their college education. Qualified students may enroll in 100
or 200 level courses. Students are advised by their Academic
Success Coach on which courses to enroll in based on
background and interests.
For more information, contact Admissions@logan.edu.
Logan University is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission, as such, it
is reasonable to assume credits are transferable across colleges and universities
in the United States. Students should note that some institutions choose to only
accept coursework as electives. Some schools require copies of the course
syllabus prior to approval of the course for credit. Students are urged to contact
the institution of interest to inquire directly regarding institutional policy for
accepting transfer credit from dual credit or concurrent enrollment courses
prior to enrolling.