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    Logan University
   
 
  Oct 24, 2017
 
 
    
2017 Fall Academic Catalog

Admissions



 

Doctor of Chiropractic Degree

Application Procedure

Logan University enrolls three classes to the College of Chiropractic each year in January, May, and September. It is recommended that students apply one year prior to the term in which they plan to enroll. To ensure an admission decision prior to the desired trimester of entry, applicants are encouraged to submit all application materials and supporting documents by the priority deadline. The priority application deadlines are:

January trimester - December 15

May trimester - April 15

September trimester - August 15

Applicants are active one academic year from the trimester they applied.  If the academic year passes and the applicant has not enrolled, the applicant will need to complete a new application.

The application for admission can be found on the Logan University website http://www.logan.edu/admissions and must be submitted electronically. Application review for each academic term occurs on a rolling basis. A non-refundable $50.00 application fee is due at the time of application and can be paid online.Applicants may be eligible for a waiver of the application fee if they are an alumni or provide a referral of an alumni. Current students of Logan University’s College of Health Science are also eligible for a waiver of the application fee.

Supporting Materials

Each applicant is required to submit two (2) separate recommendations. Recommendations from relatives are not accepted. One recommendation must be from a licensed Doctor of Chiropractic. The additional recommendation is required from person, who by virtue of their occupation or credentials, would be considered a judge of the applicant’s professional potential. Recommendations can be provided on the referents personal stationery, or by completing the form available on the Logan University website. Recommendations can be mailed via postal mail to the attention of the Office of Admissions, or provided electronically to admissionsreference@logan.edu.

A personal interview with a member of the Office of Admissions is required for all applicants. Interviews are conducted on campus, but alternate arrangements may be made in some circumstances.

Each applicant is required to submit a two-paged, double spaced, typed personal statement summarizing the reason for pursuing a Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Logan and goals following graduation. Personal statements can be provided electronically to admissions@logan.edu or directly to the applicant’s assigned admissions coordinator.

Admission Requirements

Logan shall consider for admission students who present an overall cumulative GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale through at least 90 semester hours. Applicants whose GPA for at least 90 semester hours is between a 2.75 and a 3.0 on a 4.0 scale may be considered for acceptance under the Alternative Admissions Track Program (AATP).

All students matriculating into the Doctor of Chiropractic Degree Program must provide documented proof of having earned a minimum of 90 semester hours at an institution(s) accredited by an agency recognized by the U.S. Department of Education, Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA) or an equivalent foreign agency. Included in these credits must be a minimum of 24 semester hours in life and physical science coursework, half of which contained a corresponding laboratory component. Quarter hour credits are converted to equivalent semester hour credits. In situations where one or more courses have been repeated with equivalent courses, the most recent grade(s) may be used for grade point average computation and the earlier grade(s) may be disregarded

In order to ensure entering Logan students are prepared academically, Logan strongly recommends these 24 semester hours include the following course areas:

  • 6 semester hours of Biological Sciences (with related lab)
  • 12 semester hours of Chemistry (General/Inorganic and Organic/Biochemistry (with related lab))
  • 6 semester hours of Physics (six (6) semester hours, which must include the following: (a) At least three (3) semester hours of Physics with related laboratory; and (b) At least three (3) semester hours of additional Physics, Biomechanics, Kinesiology, Statistics or Exercise Physiology (no laboratory required)).

The 24 hours of science courses provide crucial preparation and background necessary for success in the Doctor of Chiropractic Degree Program.

In addition to the science coursework, Logan also expects applicants’ undergraduate preparation to have included a well-rounded general education program. This coursework may include:

  • English Language and Communication Skills
  • General Psychology
  • Social Sciences
  • Humanities

For each of these subject areas, no grades below a 2.0 on a 4.0 scale may be accepted. In each of the course areas above, if more than one course is taken to fulfill the requirement, the course contents must be unduplicated. In the event an institution’s transcript does not combine laboratory and lecture grades for a single course grade, Logan may calculate a weighted average of those grades to establish the grade in that science course.

Applicants with at least 90 semester hours but less than the recommended 24 hours of life and physical science can seek admission through petition to the Admissions Committee via the Alternative Admission Track Program.  The Committee will provide an individual evaluation of the application and supporting materials to determine if acceptance into the Doctor of Chiropractic program may be granted. Additionally, the Committee may prepare a specialized course load based on the evaluation.

Students who have earned a portion of the prerequisite credits through examination or means other than formal course work, as identified by an institution accredited by a nationally recognized agency that formally has accepted or awarded such credits, may be admitted to the Doctor of Chiropractic Degree Program upon receipt of such evidence by the program. The Doctor of Chiropractic Degree Program will document and retain evidence which identifies how such admission requirements were met.

Also, the above prerequisites represent the minimum acceptable admission requirements and not necessarily the requirements for licensure. The applicant is responsible for knowledge of individual state requirements for licensure. For the most up to date information about specific state licensure requirements, please go to the Federation of Chiropractic Licensing Board’s website: www.fclb.org/Boards.

Tuition Deposit and Payment

Applicants who are granted Conditional or Full Admission reserve their place in the Doctor of Chiropractic Degree program class by submitting a non-refundable $300 tuition deposit. The deposit may be paid online or by check and applies toward the student’s first trimester tuition. A student will not be registered for courses until the tuition deposit requirement is satisfied.

Competencies for Admission/Enrollment

The following are physical qualifications that are essential to successful participation in the Doctor of Chiropractic Degree Program at Logan. All students admitted to the program must be able to meet the following physical qualifications, with or without reasonable accommodation.

  • Physical and mental abilities that provide for successful participation and completion of the standard chiropractic curriculum;

  • An auditory sense with or without accommodation sufficient to record patient history and patient interrogations and provide for routine patient safety, services, and other auditory instrumentation;

  • A visual sense with or without accommodation sufficient for reading radiographs and identification of histological, cytological, microbiological and pathological structures through microscopy;

  • Tactile perceptiveness as it relates to diagnosis and treatment of human ailments;

  • Manual dexterity in order to perform within the laboratory settings of the basic, clinical, and chiropractic sciences;

  • The physical strength and coordination to perform the common chiropractic manipulative techniques;

  • The physical strength and coordination of the extremities necessary to apply chiropractic adjustive procedures common to the competent practice of chiropractic; and

  • Mental abilities sufficient to foster the development of the doctor/patient relationship in a manner that allows for the professionally effective and ethical healthcare delivery.

Transfer Student Application

A student currently or previously enrolled in a health sciences first professional or graduate degree program who wishes to transfer to Logan must meet all of the standard requirements for admission and follow the standard application procedures. Only students in good academic standing at their previous institution will be considered for transfer credit or advanced standing. Students who have been academically dismissed from a Doctor of Chiropractic program will be ineligible to enroll.

International Student Application Requirements

An international student seeking admission to Logan must provide the following documentation in addition to other admission requirements:

  1. Proficiency in English. Students who have not earned the equivalent of a Baccalaureate degree taught in English are required to submit a Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) score. TOEFL scores of 500 or better on paper-based exams or 79 on the iBT® Test are acceptable. A break-down of the subscores for the iBT Test are below:
  Writing 18
  Listening 21
  Reading 21
  Speaking 19

As an alternative to TOEFL, iELTS scores of 6.5 or better are also accepted.

  • Submit evidence of having financial resources or funding commitment to complete a minimum of one year (12 months) of education.
  • Submit official transcripts to the Admissions Office for evaluation.Applicants seeking to fulfill pre-requisite requirements with courses completed at an institution outside of the U.S. or Canada must have transcripts evaluated by an accredited service such as World Education Services (WES). When utilization of an outside evaluating agency is necessary, the official evaluation by that agency should be sent in lieu of the original transcripts. Transcript(s)  are to be sent to Logan University, Office of Admissions at 1851 Schoettler Road, Chesterfield, MO 63017

  • Evidence of meeting all applicable legal requirements for study in the United States. It is recommended that the applicant submit all records at least six months prior to the requested date of matriculation.

Doctor of Chiropractic Degree Program  

 

 Doctorate in Health Professions Education Degree (DHPE)

Application Procedure

Logan University enrolls new students three times a year, in January, May and September. It is recommended that students apply at least six months prior to the expected term of enrollment. To ensure an admission decision prior to the desired trimester of entry, applicants are encouraged to submit all application materials and supporting documents by the priority deadline. The priority application deadlines are:

January trimester - December 15

May trimester - April 15

September trimester - August 15

Completed applications must be received no later than one week prior to the first day of class to be considered for the current term.

Students who apply after the priority deadline may be subject to conditional admission.  Coordinators will determine the best path for late applicants on a case by case situation.  Applicants are active one academic year from the trimester they applied.  If the academic year passes and the applicant has not enrolled, the applicant will need to complete a new application.

The application for admission can be found on the Logan University website http://www.logan.edu/admissions and must be submitted electronically. Application review for each academic term occurs on a rolling basis. A non-refundable $50.00 application fee is due at the time of application and can be paid online. Current students of Logan University and Logan University alumni are eligible for a waiver of the application fee.

Admission Requirements

  • An applicant must have earned a master’s degree or higher from an accredited college or university recognized by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation, (CHEA) or U.S. Department of Education.  Applicants who graduated outside the United States must provide an official equivalency evaluation. 
  • Applicants wishing to complete their practicum and/or research projects related to their clinical practice skills must provide a copy of a valid license and must remain in good standing with their licensing board. 
  • An applicant must request that an official transcript be sent directly to Logan from the institution awarding the qualifying entrance degree. If the applicant attended multiple institutions, an official transcript must be sent from each institution directly to Logan.
  • An applicant must present a minimum cumulative grade point average of a 3.00 on a 4.00 scale in their qualifying degree.
    • An applicant with qualifying post graduate coursework may have those courses and cumulative GPA re-evaluated by the Admissions Committee.
    • Applicants with a GPA between 2.5 and 2.99 may have to submit additional requirements to be considered for acceptance by the Admissions Committee.
  • Completed admissions application.
  • Non-refundable application fee submitted with application.
  • A current resume or CV.

Tuition Deposit and Payment

Applicants who are granted Conditional Admission reserve their place in the DHPE program by submitting a non-refundable $100 tuition deposit. The deposit may be paid online or by check and applies toward the student’s first trimester tuition. A student will not be registered for courses until the tuition deposit requirement is satisfied.

Transfer Credit

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” (3.00 on a 4.00 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 20% total credit hours required for the Doctorate of Health Professions Education (DHPE) 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.

Advanced Standing

An applicant with a professional or graduate degree over 10 years old from an accredited institution who may have already taken some equivalent coursework has the option of taking proficiency examinations for advanced standing credit up to a maximum of not more than 30% of the Logan program’s total credit hours, including transfer credit already received.

  • Only credits recorded on an official transcript of the issuing institution with an equivalent grade of “B” (3.00 on a 4.00 point scale) or better may be considered for advanced standing.
  • Coursework that is similar, but not equivalent, in terms of credit hours, course content, and depth of instruction to Logan courses may be considered for advanced standing credit. Students may be required to submit appropriate course syllabi and/or college catalogs.
  • Life experience may not be considered for advanced standing credit.
  • In all cases, eligibility is at the sole discretion of Logan, and a proficiency examination is required. A passing score is 80% or higher, and a proficiency examination may not be retaken. If the proficiency examination is passed, full credit for the course would be granted a $125.00 examination fee is assessed for each proficiency examination and must be paid prior to administration of the examination.
  • Requests for advanced standing credit must be received no later than 30 days after the date of matriculation. Thereafter, advanced standing credit will not be considered. Proficiency examinations must be completed no later than 60 days after the date of matriculation. Thereafter, advanced standing credit will not be considered.

International Student Application

An international student seeking admission to Logan must provide the following documentation in addition to other admission requirements:

Proficiency in English. Students who have not earned the equivalent of a Baccalaureate degree taught in English are required to submit a Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) score. TOEFL scores of 500 or better on paper-based exams or 79 on the iBT® Test are acceptable. A break-down of the subscores for the iBT Test are below:

  Writing 18
  Listening 21
  Reading 21
  Speaking 19

As an alternative to TOEFL, iELTS scores of 6.5 or better are also accepted.

  • Submit evidence of having financial resources or funding commitment to complete a minimum of one year (12 months) of education.
  • Submit official transcripts to the Admissions Office for evaluation. Transcript(s)  are to be sent to Logan University, Office of Admissions at 1851 Schoettler Road, Chesterfield, MO 63017

Doctorate of Health Professions Education  

Master of Science Degrees

Application Procedure

Logan University enrolls new students three times a year, in January, May and September. It is recommended that students apply at least six months prior to the expected term of enrollment. To ensure an admission decision prior to the desired trimester of entry, applicants are encouraged to submit all application materials and supporting documents by the priority deadline. The priority application deadlines are:

January trimester - December 15

May trimester - April 15

September trimester - August 15

Completed applications must be received no later than one week prior to the first day of class to be considered for the current term.

Applicants are active one academic year from the trimester they applied.  If the academic year passes and the applicant has not enrolled, the applicant will need to complete a new application.

The application for admission can be found on the Logan University website http://www.logan.edu/admissions and must be submitted electronically. Application review for each academic term occurs on a rolling basis. A non-refundable $50.00 application fee is due at the time of application and can be paid online. Current students of Logan University and Logan University alumni are eligible for a waiver of the application fee.

Admission Requirements

An applicant must have earned a baccalaureate degree from an accredited college or university recognized by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation, (CHEA) or U.S. Department of Education. If the baccalaureate degree was earned at an unaccredited institution, an accredited post-baccalaureate degree is an acceptable alternative.

  • An applicant must request that an official transcript be sent directly to Logan from the institution awarding the qualifying entrance degree. If the applicant attended multiple institutions, an official transcript must be sent from each institution directly to Logan.
  • An applicant must present a minimum cumulative grade point average of a 2.50 on a 4.00 scale in their qualifying bachelor’s degree.
    • An applicant with qualifying post undergraduate coursework may have those courses and cumulative GPA re-evaluated by the Admissions Committee.
  • An applicant must have completed the prerequisite course work listed below from an accredited institution with grades of “C” (2.5 on a 4.0 scale) or higher in each course.
Requisite Course Work Requirements
Master of Science (MS) degree in Sports Science and Rehabilitation and the MS degree in Nutrition Human Performance
  • 6 semester credit hours of biological science
  • 6 semester credit hours of either physics, kinesiology, exercise science, biomechanics, or statistics

Master of Science in Health Informatics

  • 6 semester credit hours of coursework in business, accounting, management, organizational behavior, organizational leadership, health care or computer science.
  • An applicant currently enrolled as a Doctor of Chiropractic student at Logan University must meet the above requirements; additionally, the applicant must have completed all DC coursework through trimester four with a cumulative grade point average of 2.50 or higher.
  • The baccalaureate requirement may be waived for applicants holding a master’s degree, or holding doctoral degrees from accredited professional programs.

Tuition Deposit and Payment

Applicants who are granted Conditional Admission reserve their place in the Master or Doctorate Degree program by submitting a non-refundable $100 tuition deposit. The deposit may be paid online or by check and applies toward the student’s first trimester tuition. A student will not be registered for courses until the tuition deposit requirement is satisfied.

Transfer Credit

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 3.00 on a 4.00 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% 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.

Advanced Standing

An applicant with a professional or graduate degree over 10 years old from an accredited institution who may have already taken some equivalent coursework has the option of taking proficiency examinations for advanced standing credit up to a maximum of not more than 30% of the Logan program’s total credit hours, including transfer credit already received.

  • Only credits recorded on an official transcript of the issuing institution with an equivalent grade of 3.00 on a 4.00 scale or better may be considered for advanced standing.

  • Coursework that is similar, but not equivalent, in terms of credit hours, course content, and depth of instruction to Logan courses may be considered for advanced standing credit. Students may be required to submit appropriate course syllabi and/or college catalogs.

  • Life experience may not be considered for advanced standing credit.

  • In all cases, eligibility is at the sole discretion of Logan, and a proficiency examination is required. A passing score is 80% or higher, and a proficiency examination may not be retaken. If the proficiency examination is passed, full credit for the course would be granted a $125.00 examination fee is assessed for each proficiency examination and must be paid prior to administration of the examination.

  • Requests for advanced standing credit must be received no later than 30 days after the date of matriculation. Thereafter, advanced standing credit will not be considered. Proficiency examinations must be completed no later than 60 days after the date of matriculation. Thereafter, advanced standing credit will not be considered.

International Student Application

An international student seeking admission to Logan must provide the following documentation in addition to other admission requirements:

  1. Proficiency in English. Students who have not earned the equivalent of a Baccalaureate degree taught in English are required to submit a Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) score. TOEFL scores of 500 or better on paper-based exams or 79 on the iBT® Test are acceptable. A break-down of the subscores for the iBT Test are below:
  Writing 18
  Listening 21
  Reading 21
  Speaking 19

As an alternative to TOEFL, iELTS scores of 6.5 or better are also accepted.

  • Submit official transcripts to the Admissions Office for evaluation. Students seeking to fulfill pre-requisite requirements with courses completed at an institution outside of the U.S. or Canada transcripts must be evaluated by an accredited service such as World Education Services (WES). When utilization of an outside evaluating agency is necessary, the official evaluation by that agency should be sent in lieu of the original transcripts. Transcript(s)  are to be sent to Logan University, Office of Admissions at 1851 Schoettler Road, Chesterfield, MO 63017

Master of Science in Sports Science and Rehabilitation  

Master of Science in Nutrition and Human Performance  

Master of Science in Health Informatics  

Bachelor of Science Degrees in Human Biology/Life Science

Logan University offers bachelors degree programs for students interested in preparing for graduate studies.  The Bachelor of Science in Human Biology is a program for students applying for admission to professional health programs such as medicine, osteopathy, podiatry, dentistry, or chiropractic, or those who are seeking entrance to the workforce. 

The Bachelor of Science in Life Science degree program is a 3+1 option for students interested in a career as a Doctor of Chiropractic. The Bachelor of Science in Life Science program is offered to those students who have been accepted into the Doctor of Chiropractic degree program. Additional coursework may be required.

Application Procedure

Logan University enrolls new students three times a year, in January, May and September. It is recommended that students apply at least six months prior to the expected term of enrollment. To ensure an admission decision prior to the desired trimester of entry, applicants are encouraged to submit all application materials and supporting documents by the priority deadline. The priority application deadlines are:

January trimester - December 15

May trimester - April 15

September trimester - August 15

Completed applications must be received no later than one week prior to the first day of class to be considered for the current term.

Applicants are active one academic year from the trimester they applied.  If the academic year passes and the applicant has not enrolled, the applicant will need to complete a new application.

The application for admission can be found on the Logan University website and must be submitted electronically. Application review for each academic term occurs on a rolling basis. A non-refundable $25.00 application fee is due at the time of application and can be paid online.

Admission Requirements

Students applying for either bachelor’s degree must have earned a high school diploma or equivalent.  Applicants must have earned at least a 2.0 GPA on a 4.0 scale. Evaluation of previously earned hours is done at the time of application.

Competencies for Admission/Enrollment

All students admitted to a Bachelor of Science degree program must have the physical and mental abilities that provide for successful participation and completion of the curriculum with or without reasonable accommodation.

Transfer of Credit Policies and Procedures

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 institutions 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% 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.

International Student Application Requirements

An international student seeking admission to Logan must provide the following documentation in addition to other admission requirements:

  1. Proficiency in English. Students who have not earned the equivalent of a Baccalaureate degree taught in English are required to submit a Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) score. TOEFL scores of 500 or better on paper-based exams or 79 on the iBT® Test are acceptable. A break-down of the subscores for the iBT Test are below:

  Writing 18
  Listening 21
  Reading 21
  Speaking 19

As an alternative to TOEFL, iELTS scores of 6.5 or better are also accepted.

  • Submit evidence of having financial resources or funding commitment to complete a minimum of one year (12 months) of education.
  • Submit official transcripts to the Admissions Office for evaluation. Applicants seeking to earn transfer credit with courses completed at an institution outside of the U.S. or Canada transcript must be evaluated by an accredited service such as World Education Services (WES). When utilization of an outside evaluating agency is necessary, the official evaluation by that agency should be sent in lieu of the original transcripts. Transcript(s)  are to be sent to Logan University, Office of Admissions at 1851 Schoettler Road, Chesterfield, MO 63017

  • Evidence of meeting all applicable legal requirements for study in the United States. It is recommended that the applicant submit all records at least six months prior to the requested date of matriculation.

Program Requirements

 

*Each of the prerequisite science courses except College Algebra must have an accompanying laboratory experience.

Bachelor of Science Degree in Life Science  

Bachelor of Science Degree in Human Biology