GSU and Logan University grow the next generation of Chiropractors?

New agreement offers students a doctoral degree in record time?

Grambling, LA – Grambling State University announced its partnership with Logan University that empowers students to become a Doctor of Chiropractic in just six years.

Labeled by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC) as a “3+3 Articulation Agreement,” the new partnership enables undergraduate Biology majors from Grambling State to become a Doctor of Chiropractic by spending three years on campus at Grambling State and three years in Logan University’s program offered in Chesterfield, Missouri (whose neighboring city is St. Louis).

“This agreement is a great example of how partnering can support new levels of student achievement,” said President Rick Gallot. “We are grateful for the opportunity to collaborate with Logan University on creating new career opportunities for our graduates.”

Located in Chesterfield, Missouri, and established in 1935, Logan University is academic home to more than 1300 students each year. Its College of Chiropractic has had full accreditation Council on Chiropractic Education since 1978.

How it Works

Per the agreement, starting Spring of 2019 students who successfully complete 90 hours of required coursework in Grambling State’s Biology major will be eligible for admissions into the Doctor of Chiropractic program at Logan University. After completing the final three years of required coursework at Logan University, students will graduate with both Doctor of Chiropractic and Bachelor of Biology degrees.

Learn More. For more information and curriculum information, contact Dr. Dagne Hill at (318) 274-3739 or hilld@gram.edu.

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