Loma Linda University, a health sciences institution, is located approximately 60 miles east of downtown Los Angeles and just south of San Bernardino, California. More than 3,200 students are enrolled in the University's schools, which include Allied Health Professions, Dentistry, Medicine, Nursing, Pharmacy, Public Health, Religion, and Behavioral Health.
Within the School of Behavioral Health is the Department of Counseling and Family Sciences. The department is located on the second floor of Griggs Hall on the Loma Linda University campus and offers several certificate programs, four masters degrees (MA in Family Studies, MS in Child Life, MS in Counseling, and MS in Marital and Family Therapy) and three doctoral programs (PhD in Family Studies, PhD in Marital and Family Therapy, and DMFT).
Superb faculty and excellent clinical facilities combine to provide top quality training for students in this department's programs. In addition to outstanding education, Loma Linda's inland location also provides easy access to mountains, beaches, and desert climates for numerous recreational opportunities.