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Logan University and Ozarks Technical Community College Partnership Benefits Human Biology Students

Ozarks Technical Community College (OTC) students who earn an Associate of Science in Biology can transfer seamlessly into Logan University’s Bachelor of Science in Human Biology program thanks to a new articulation agreement between the institutions. The collaboration marks the first time OTC and Logan have partnered on an articulation agreement. Logan’s Bachelor of Science in Human Biology (BSHB) is a highly-ranked, fully online degree ideal for students who prefer an affordable, fast-track program they can complete in less than two years. Atanas Ignatov, PhD, MS, program director of basic science, said Logan is thrilled to enter into a 2+2 articulation …

Logan University Partners with Ivy Tech Community College

Logan University has partnered with Ivy Tech Community College in Indiana on an articulation agreement that establishes a 2+2 dual-degree between the two institutions. The program makes it possible for qualified students to earn both an Associate of Science degree in Biology from Ivy Tech and a Bachelor of Science in Human Biology from Logan’s College of Health Sciences seamlessly in four years. Logan’s nationally recognized Human Biology degree prepares students for a rewarding career in the health care or science workforce or to enter a graduate program in chiropractic, medicine, osteopathy, podiatry, pharmacy, optometry or dentistry. “This agreement with …

How to Become a Strength and Conditioning Coach

At Logan University, we know high-performing athletes deserve the most qualified, well-rounded athletic performance coaches. With a science-based, evidence-informed curriculum, our Master of Science in Strength and Conditioning is an industry-driven program developed and led by experienced, active leaders in athletic performance. What’s required for acceptance into Logan’s strength and conditioning program? Applicants must meet the following criteria: A baccalaureate degree or higher from an institution that is recognized by the U.S. Department of Education or the Council for Higher Education Accreditation. A minimum GPA of 2.5 on a 4.0 scale in a qualifying bachelor’s degree. Submission of official transcripts. …

Logan Student One Step Closer to Realizing Dream with Sports Science & Rehabilitation Degree

Master of Science in Sports Science and Rehabilitation student MyOcea Dixon

After working as a health fitness professional for HealthFitness, a company that builds and manages comprehensive fitness solutions for organizations, MyOcea Dixon decided to advance her career by pursuing her Master of Science in Sports Science and Rehabilitation (MS-SSR) from Logan University. Currently in her sixth and final trimester, she is one step closer to realizing her dream of opening her own community center. “I’ve always loved sports,” MyOcea said. “I played rugby and golf in high school and college, so I knew I wanted to do something that incorporated sports and fitness. Although I had earned a bachelor’s degree …

Logan University Introduces Master of Science in Integrative Pediatrics

A Doctor of Chiropractic lays her hands on a baby's back with a gentle touch as the child looks toward the camera.

Founded on more than 85 years of chiropractic education and as a leader in integrated health care, Logan University is proud to be the first chiropractic university in the U.S. to offer a Master of Science degree in Integrative Pediatrics. With an understanding that Doctors of Chiropractic (DC) can change the trajectory of children’s lives by improving their health, this degree program provides high-quality, clinically focused, specialized training for DCs who want to take their pediatric knowledge and expertise to a higher level and deliver safe and effective care modified for pediatric patients. “The Master of Science in Integrative Pediatrics …

Logan University Establishes Dr. Ken Leistner Memorial Scholarship

In honor of the late Kenneth Evan Leistner, DC (’80), world-renowned chiropractor and strength and fitness coach—“Dr. Ken” to those who knew him—Logan University has established the Dr. Ken Leistner Memorial Scholarship, which will award $1,000 to one strength and conditioning student every trimester. Logan’s Master of Science in Strength & Conditioning will launch in summer 2022 with a science-based, evidence-informed curriculum developed and led by experienced, active leaders in athletic performance. Over five decades, Dr. Ken pioneered a unique brand of high-intensity training, worked and consulted with celebrities and professional athletes, and was a prolific writer and expert in …