Traditionally, students learn first then apply their knowledge. At Logan, one of North America’s top chiropractic universities, students learn and perform at the same time.
As a career, the field of chiropractic provides a great quality of life. According to the Chiropractic Economics 2013 Salary and Expense survey, Doctors of Chiropractic spend an average of 32 hours per week engaged in patient care, and the average total compensation for a DC is more than $128,000. In addition, over 40% of all chiropractors are self-employed and own their own clinic.
Fast Facts About Logan
• Established in 1935
• 1,000 students from the United States and abroad
• Student-faculty ratio: 12:1
• 112-acre campus in Chesterfield, Missouri, a western suburb of St. Louis
• Average student age: 27 years old
• More than 20 clubs and organizations
• 6,500-sq. ft. student center
• Wellness center, amphitheater, recreation fields, and 18-hole disc golf course
• Doctor of Chiropractic
• Master’s Degrees
- Health Informatics
- Nutrition and Human Performance
- Sports Science and Rehabilitation
• Bachelor’s Completion Programs
- Human Biology
- Life Science
- Flexible Accelerated Science Track
Doctor of Chiropractic Program
As one of North America’s top chiropractic universities, Logan University offers students a demanding science-based curriculum taught by highly qualified faculty in state-of-the-art educational and learning facilities. Through an innovative, outcome-based academic curriculum that emphasizes evidence-informed care, diverse clinical immersion opportunities, emerging technology, and proven practices, Logan University graduates are well trained, confident, and better prepared for the future.
Innovative clinical education continues to be a hallmark of Logan’s education with hands-on learning in real-world settings. At Logan University students are provided with the knowledge, tools, and experiences to successfully transition from classroom to clinic. Logan’s Assessment Center offers monitored exam rooms for faculty observation, formative feedback, and sharing best practices for improved outcomes. Hands-on internship programs give Logan student interns exposure to a diverse patient population and complex clinical cases. Opportunities are available at organizations that allow students to step outside the traditional classroom and into environments where interns can treat a variety of individuals, including veterans, the physically disabled, and NCAA Division I athletes.
Master of Science in Health Informatics
Logan’s Master of Science in Health Informatics (M.S.H.I.) combines technology and administration in the health care field. Graduates will be prepared to fill executive positions, organizing the flow of data across all departments and divisions of facilities such as hospitals, physician groups, pharmaceutical companies, HMOs and health-related software companies, and many more.
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, at least 78,000 jobs in health informatics are expected over the next 10 years. Graduates of Logan’s Health Informatics program have the opportunity to sit for the Certified Professional in Health Information & Management Systems certification. With four concentration options, students are able to customize this program to best fit their needs in order to advance their career.
Master of Science in Nutrition and Human Performance
Logan’s Master of Science in Nutrition and Human Performance (M.S.N.) prepares students to address challenges through comprehensive diet and health analysis and evidenced-based nutritional and lifestyle recommendations. Graduates gain advanced knowledge of nutrition and human performance through the holistic integration of metabolic processes, health promotion, and wellness, as well as a solid foundation of research methodologies used in nutrition.
The M.S.N. program is offered 100% online, making it a perfect option for flexibility in completing the program. With five areas of concentration available, this unique degree offering prepares students for a variety of certifications.
Master of Science in Sports Science and Rehabilitation
Advanced training is essential for professionals planning to work with athletes. Logan’s Master of Science in Sports Science and Rehabilitation (M.S.R.) is a unique degree option that provides graduates with advanced training to treat sports injuries and succeed in performance management. Students obtain this degree in a hybrid online format, learning how to evaluate, treat, and rehabilitate acute and chronic pain and maximize human performance.
Students complete a clinical internship as part of their studies, which enables them to create their own opportunities to meet individual interests. Students have completed internships at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, NASA Kennedy Space Center, the Disabled Athletic Sports Association, and a wide variety of other locations.
Logan University is located in Chesterfield, Missouri, a western suburb of St. Louis. Chesterfield enjoys the best of both worlds: the safety and tranquility of a suburb with the excitement and activity of a larger city. Off campus, our students enjoy the vibrant arts and music of Chesterfield along with top-rated schools, beautiful parks, and a large variety of shopping venues and restaurants. St. Louis area attractions such as professional sports teams, the St. Louis Zoo, the Gateway Arch, and Forest Park are within a 30-minute drive.
Logan University maintains affordable tuition for all programs. When our students graduate, they leave not only with an outstanding education but also with smaller student loans. Our graduates are able to find jobs and pay back their loans, as evidenced by Logan’s low default rate.
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