Since 1935, Logan University has been dedicated to teaching chiropractic education, while continuously enriching academic options with degree offerings in the field of health sciences.
Logan University graduates have a holistic approach to health and wellness to meet the demand for less-invasive, lower-cost treatments and comprehensive care to lead the health care industry. Through an innovative, outcome-based academic curriculum that emphasizes evidence-informed care, clinical immersion opportunities, emerging technology and proved practices that work, Logan University graduates are trained, confident and prepared for the future.
Many international students choose to study in Missouri due to the state's highly ranked and prestigious universities. New reports show a substantial increase in the number of international students in Missouri by more than 18 percent over last year. Because of this growth, Missouri was recently ranked the 16th state in the nation for its ability to attract international students.
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The Logan College of Chiropractic prepares students to become Doctors of Chiropractic who are educated and clinically competent practicing portal-of-entry chiropractic physicians. This mission is accomplished through our dedicated faculty recognized for student centered excellence; comprehensive science-driven, knowledge-based, and information-facilitated curriculum; enhanced by community and public service. The institution is committed to the conduct of research and other scholarly activities.
Upon graduation, Logan graduates are competent and confident in their skills and abilities to work a broad variety of patient cases. Graduates also have the experience and knowledge to know when to treat, co-treat or refer patients to other health care professionals.
The Master of Science in Nutrition and Human Performance (MSN) degree is a comprehensive graduate program designed to analyze diet and health status, assess nutrition deficiencies and also offer clients evidence-based nutrition and lifestyle recommendations. Students are prepared to assess and design nutrition plans to maximize human performance, promote good nutrition and content of health and corporate wellness programs, and provide clinical nutrition expertise.
Upon completion of the MSN degree you will have advanced knowledge of nutrition and how to maximize human performance through the integration of nutrition biochemistry, human metabolism and metabolic processes, health promotion and wellness, as well as the research methodologies that are used in nutrition. Graduates find careers in public health, education, nutrition and health communications, as well as consulting positions in nutrition-specific industries and businesses in private and public sectors designed to maximize human performance.
The program provides the academic background necessary to complete several outside certifications. Emphasis is placed on the development of practical knowledge, understandings, and skills for a holistic and personalized approach to providing meaningful client-centered consultations.
Health informatics is a quick changing field where its professionals improve healthcare by harnessing the wealth of information that spans the patient continuum of care. Multiple disciplines, such as business and technology, intersect with healthcare in this field.
The Master of Science in Health Informatics (MSHI) program is designed to provide graduate students with a foundation that helps those new to the field of health informatics to transition into it and those already in the field to rise to the next professional level. The program focuses particularly on healthcare information systems. Students will learn from multiple perspectives and the impact of health informatics on the continuum of patient care. Graduates can find careers in hospitals, clinics, insurance organizations, academia, research, vendor companies, and consulting firms.