Southeast Officials to Sign Articulation Agreement with Logan College of Chiropractic

WHAT: Signing of an articulation agreement between officials with Southeast Missouri State University and Logan College of Chiropractic in St. Louis, laying the groundwork for a 3+3 program that will facilitate the path for Southeast students wishing to enter the chiropractic profession.WHO:

 

  • Dr. Ken Dobbins, president of Southeast Missouri State University
  • Dr. Ronald Rosati, Southeast provost
  • Dr. Chris McGowan, dean of the Southeast College of Science and Mathematics
  • Dr. Bill Eddleman, chair of the Southeast Department of Biology
  • Dr. John Kraemer, Southeast professor of biology, pre-chiropractic advisor
  • Dr. George Goodman, president of Logan College
  • Dr. Elizabeth Goodman, dean of University Programs, Logan College
  • Dr. Rob Scott, vice president of Academic Affairs, Logan College
  • Dr. Tom Huebner, vice president of Enrollment Management, Logan College
  • Leslie Lattimore, admissions advisor, coordinator of 3+3 Program, Logan College
  • Katie Flaschar, admissions advisor for Missouri, Logan College

WHEN: 11:30 a.m. July 21WHERE: Logan College of Chiropractic, St. Louis, Mo. (1851 Schoettler Rd., Chesterfield, Mo.)DETAILS: Under the program which begins with the fall 2010 semester, Southeast students wishing to pursue a chiropractic degree will complete three years of coursework at Southeast Missouri State University and then transition to Logan College of Chiropractic to complete an additional three years of classes. After completing the first year of coursework at Logan, students in the program will be awarded a bachelor of science degree in biology with a minor in chemistry from Southeast. The agreement will provide students the opportunity to complete their baccalaureate degree and a doctor of chiropractic degree in one less year than it would normally take to finish both degrees.