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Transfer to Logan

Complete your degree at Logan University by transferring into one of our outstanding degree programs. Logan offers degrees both online and on-campus in Chesterfield, Mo.


  • Transfer into the Doctor of Chiropractic program
    Doctor of Chiropractic


    About Logan's Doctor of Chiropractic Program

    At Logan University, we believe in an evidence-informed, outcome-based curriculum to create practice-ready Doctors of Chiropractic. Logan's Doctor of Chiropractic degree is based on an academic curriculum that is grounded in the Logan tradition and infused with current research, technology and proven practices to educate tomorrow's chiropractor.

    By offering students hands-on experience beginning in the first trimester of their education and a broad diversity of clinical immersion opportunities, our graduates are confident and better prepared to lead the integrated health care industry. Students are taught core chiropractic techniques, but are also encouraged to personally shape their degree by selecting from a wide range of additional elective techniques.

    Academic Success Coaches assist students throughout their time at Logan, from registering for classes to tracking progress and overcoming obstacles.

    Learn more about what sets Logan's Doctor of Chiropractic program apart from other chiropractic programs. 


    How Do I Transfer?

    Step 1: Contact the Office of Admissions by email at Admissions@logan.edu, by phone at 800-533-9210 or by requesting information.

    Step 2: Your Admissions Coordinator will personally work with you to ensure your transition to Logan is a seamless, easy experience by evaluating transcripts and finding out more about your educational goals. 

    Step 3: Apply to Logan and start the next chapter of your educational career. The application fee will be waived with your Admissions Coordinator's guidance.

    Will My Credits Transfer?

    Credit Conversion:
    If you have taken courses at an institution that uses quarter credit or units other than semester credits, we will convert your quarter credits/units to semester credits. If you have attended an institution that uses quarter credits, you will not lose credits in the conversion. For example, if you have 40 quarter credits (40 x .666 = 26.64), you will receive 27 semester credits.

    Credits completed at an international institution will be converted to Logan University credits using the average number of credits taken by a Logan University student (15 credits per semester). Total degree credits granted may not equal total course credits due to rounding in the conversion of fractional credits to semester hours.

    Grades:
    A minimum grade of C is required for a course to transfer (exception MBA courses transferring must have a minimum grade of B or higher). The grades you received at your previous institution(s) will not be calculated into your Logan University grade point average.

    Equivalent vs. Elective Credit:
    Transfer courses with descriptions that closely match the descriptions of courses taught at Logan University will generally transfer as direct course equivalent credits. For example, a doctorate level functional anatomy course at your previous institution will transfer as our FANT 10101 Functional Anatomy. Transfer courses that don't have direct course equivalents at Logan University will transfer as elective credits within the appropriate academic department. For example, a technique course not offered at Logan University might satisfy a technique elective credit but not a required technique core course.

    Advanced Placement, CLEP, Military, Life Experience, etc. are not acceptable forms of credit in the Doctorate of Chiropractic degree.


  • Transfer into the DHPE program
    Doctorate of Health Professions Education


    About Logan's Doctorate of Health Professions Education Program

    Logan University’s Doctorate of Health Professions Education (DHPE) is focused on advancing health care through the education process.

    It is designed to provide health professionals the tools necessary to be successful educators in their chosen health profession. This online program provides busy working professionals the flexibility to complete their doctorate degree and maintain their current employment.

    Course work is designed to provide practical knowledge and skills in the areas of curriculum development, design and assessment, academic leadership, education technology, statistics and research. Graduates of the program become health educators, university faculty or university administrators.

    This degree is offered completely online.

    How Do I Transfer?

    Step 1: Contact the Office of Admissions by email at Admissions@logan.edu, by phone at 800-533-9210 or by requesting information.

    Step 2: Your Admissions Coordinator will personally work with you to ensure your transition to Logan is a seamless, easy experience by evaluating transcripts and finding out more about your educational goals. 

    Step 3: Apply to Logan and start the next chapter of your educational career. The application fee will be waived with your Admissions Coordinator's guidance.

    Will My Credits Transfer?

    Consideration will be given to awarding transfer credit under the following guidelines:

    Coursework must be from an accredited institution at the professional level and applicable to Logan’s degree program.

    Only credits recorded on an official transcript of the issuing institution with an equivalent grade of “B” (3.0 on a 4.0 point scale) or better may be considered for transfer.

    To be considered for transfer, credits must be equivalent in term of credit hours, course content and depth of instruction. Students may be required to submit appropriate course syllabi and/or college catalogs in order for Logan to make these determinations. Once made by Logan, these determinations are final.

    To be considered for transfer, credits must have been awarded within 10 years of the date of admission to Logan, or have been applied to a degree which has been earned within the past 10 years.

    A student may not transfer more than 30 percent of the Logan program’s total credit hours to the degree program.

    Life experience may not be considered for transfer credit.

    Requests for transfer credit must be received no later than 30 days after the date of matriculation. Thereafter, transfer credit will not be considered.

  • Transfer into a Master of Science program
    Master of Science Degrees


    About Logan's Master of Science Degrees

    Logan University offers three Master of Science degrees and is at the forefront of integrated health care. Health science graduates gain a competitive edge with the addition of a Master of Science degree.

    How Do I Transfer?

    Step 1: Contact the Office of Admissions by email at Admissions@logan.edu, by phone at 800-533-9210 or by requesting information.

    Step 2: Your Admissions Coordinator will personally work with you to ensure your transition to Logan is a seamless, easy experience by evaluating transcripts and finding out more about your educational goals. 

    Step 3: Apply to Logan and start the next chapter of your educational career. The application fee will be waived with your Admissions Coordinator's guidance.

    Will My Credits Transfer?

    Consideration will be given to awarding master’s level and/or higher transfer credit under the following guidelines:

    Coursework must be from an accredited institution at the graduate or professional level and applicable to Logan’s degree program.

    Only credits recorded on an official transcript of the issuing institution with an equivalent grade of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale or better may be considered for transfer. Coursework taken concurrently in the DC/MS program must have a grade of B or higher to fulfil requirements.

    To be considered for transfer, credits must be equivalent in term of credit hours, course content, and depth of instruction. Students may be required to submit appropriate course syllabi and/or college catalogs in order for Logan to make these determinations. Once made by Logan, these determinations are final.

    To be considered for transfer, credits must have been awarded within 10 years of the date of admission to Logan, or have been applied to a degree which has been earned within the past 10 years at the discretion of the Program Director.

    A student may not transfer more than 30 percent of the Logan program’s total credit hours to the degree program.

    Life experience may not be considered for transfer credit.

    Requests for transfer credit must be received no later than 30 days after the date of matriculation. Thereafter, transfer credit will not be considered.

  • Transfer into a Bachelor of Science program
    Bachelor of Science Degrees


    About Logan's Bachelor of Science Degrees

    Logan University offers a variety of ways students can earn their Bachelor of Science degree in either Human Biology or Life Science or earn college credit with advanced science courses.

    How Do I Transfer?

    Step 1: Contact the Office of Admissions by email at Admissions@logan.edu, by phone at 800-533-9210 or by requesting information.

    Step 2: Your Admissions Coordinator will personally work with you to ensure your transition to Logan is a seamless, easy experience by evaluating transcripts and finding out more about your educational goals. 

    Step 3: Apply to Logan and start the next chapter of your educational career. The application fee will be waived with your Admissions Coordinator's guidance.

    Will My Credits Transfer?

    Credit for courses or degrees completed at another institution is subject to approval by the Registrar. Each course will be evaluated by the Office of the Registrar and subsequently matched to specific courses outlined in the student’s desired program. Logan University accepts transfer credits applicable to an applicant’s program of study from an accredited post secondary institution recognized by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA) or U.S. Department of Education. Only coursework applicable towards a Bachelor’s degree will be considered for transfer credit.

    Undergraduate transfer credit is granted only for courses in which a letter grade of C or higher was earned (2.0 on a 4.0 scale). In cases where a lecture and corresponding laboratory are graded separately, Logan University may utilize a weighted average of the two grades to determine transferability. Logan University accepts transfer of credits, upon evaluation, without time limitations.

    Only courses listed on official transcripts receive permanent official transfer credit. Official transcripts must be received directly from the former institution. It is the students’ responsibility to request that official transcripts be sent from all prior institutions where credits were earned and mailed from that institution directly to Logan University. Students are informed in writing of any credits accepted as transferable.

    Logan University makes no guarantees or promises of acceptance of credits from any other institution. Credit value accepted by Logan University follows program requirements even though more time may have been devoted and more credit awarded in covering the material at the institution from which a student is transferring the credits from. It may be necessary for students to forfeit previously earned credit in the transfer process since college philosophies, objectives and programs may vary and change from year to year. Decisions are made so that a student’s academic program provides the most professional training.

    Logan University may not transfer more than 50 percent of total credit hours required for the program. This includes transfer and alternative credit.

    Acceptance of Alternative Credit

    No more than 20 semester hours of credit may have been earned through the College Level Examination Program (CLEP) or other institutional proficiency exams, such as Defense Action for Non-Traditional Educational Support (DANTES), Advanced Placement Program (APP), Program Evaluation Procedure (PEP), New York Board of Regents College Examinations, through challenging a course, or through experience and training in the military. Students cannot CLEP or test out of lab requirements. Such equivalency will be acceptable only if the applicant has certification of the credits by an institution accredited at the college level by an accrediting organization recognized by theCouncil for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA) or U.S. Department of Education.

 


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