Saint Louis University and Logan University Partner to Expand Student Learning Opportunities
(ST. LOUIS – April 28, 2016) – Saint Louis University (SLU) and Logan University have entered into a unique agreement that will allow Logan students to take courses toward earning a SLU business certificate or degree while earning their Doctor of Chiropractic (DC) degree.
The articulation and matriculation agreement is the first of its kind, giving DC students enrolled at Logan the advantage of gaining essential practice management skills from one of the most highly ranked business programs in the country.
“We are fortunate to have cultivated a relationship with Saint Louis University, a well respected institution in both higher education and the business community,” said Logan President Clay McDonald, DC, MBA, JD. “The fact that we are able to offer quality continuing education options that further enhance the professional and management skills of our DC students is just another benefit we bring to the ultimate end user: the patients.”
Four foundation courses (Accounting for Managers; Applied Business Statistics; Economics for Managers; and Operations Management) have been jointly developed by SLU and Logan faculty and satisfy both Logan degree requirements as well as SLU foundation requirements for earning a graduate business certificate or degree programs, such as a Masters of Business Administration degree (MBA).
Logan students may complete additional coursework to earn a SLU graduate business certificate or degree programs while enrolled at Logan or within five years of earning their DC degree.
“Through our partnership with Logan University, we are able to offer additional scheduling flexibility to our MBA students who live and work in the growing west St. Louis and St. Charles county area,” said Mark Higgins, dean of the John Cook School of Business. “Additionally we are eager to offer our courses to Logan University students who are interested in pursuing additional business education.”
The articulation agreement stems from a partnership that began between the two universities in fall 2014. SLU’s John Cook School of Business started offering evening MBA courses taught by its faculty at the Logan University campus, offering both convenience and flexibility to individuals living in and around west St. Louis County.
About Saint Louis University
Saint Louis University is a Catholic, Jesuit institution that values academic excellence, life-changing research, compassionate health care, and a strong commitment to faith and service. Founded in 1818, the University fosters the intellectual and character development of nearly 13,000 students on two campuses in St. Louis, Missouri, and Madrid, Spain. Building on a legacy of nearly 200 years, Saint Louis University continues to move forward with an unwavering commitment to a higher purpose, a greater good. To learn more, visit: www.slu.edu.
About the John Cook School of Business
Founded in 1910 with Father Joseph Davis’ vision to create a flourishing school of finance and commerce, the John Cook School of Business is the oldest business school west of the Mississippi River. Rooted in a rich history of values-based business education, for the past century Saint Louis University’s business school has continuously sought to define business education.
Accredited by AACSB International the John Cook School of Business at Saint Louis University is home to top-25 programs in accounting, entrepreneurship, international business and supply chain management. U.S. News & World Report ranks the Cook School one of the top-100 business schools in the country. To learn more, visit business.slu.edu.
About Logan University
Logan University is dedicated to maximizing human performance through innovative health education. Since 1935, Logan has remained grounded in chiropractic education—with the flagship Doctor of Chiropractic Degree—and also offers masters and bachelor degree completion programs both online and on-campus. Logan is located on a sprawling 112-acre campus in Chesterfield, a western suburb of St. Louis. To learn more, visit www.logan.edu.View All News