Allied Health Professions | Behavioral Health | Dentistry | Medicine | Nursing | Pharmacy | Public Health | Religion

Allied Health Professions

The School of Allied Health Professions (SAHP) opened its doors in 1966 here at Loma Linda University. With nine departments and over 50 different offerings, the SAHP attracts many students worldwide and has approximately 1000 students enrolled. If you are interested in people, enjoy working with cutting-edge technology, and are looking for a financially rewarding career that puts you in high demand, you are an ideal candidate for a career in the allied health professions. Learn more

Behavioral Health

The School of Behavioral Health is comprised of three departments: Counseling & Family Sciences, Psychology, and Social Work & Social Ecology. It seeks to understand and promote healthy minds, communities, social systems, and families. It is committed to the integration of knowledge, skills, and research among and between the disciplines represented within SBH and Loma Linda University. Learn more

Dentistry

The School of Dentistry is a preeminent health care organization seeking to represent God in all aspects of dental education. The administrative team, and the faculty, is enthusiastically committed to excellence in comprehensive and innovative education of Dentists and Dental Hygienists in whole person care. Christ’s example inspires LLUSD to honor the dignity, diversity and worth of all individuals and to enrich the local and global communities through service! Learn more

Medicine

For 100 years the School of Medicine has been educating physicians to serve the medical needs of society both locally and globally. In a supportive Christian setting and a modern, progressive educational environment the school emphasizes compassionate, holistic medical care and research which address the physical, emotional and spiritual needs of patients. The school seeks potential students who demonstrate the values, attitudes and way of life that characterizes Christian care givers and researchers. Learn more

Nursing

The School of Nursing, established in 1905, is the oldest school at Loma Linda University. Loma Linda University’s mission, the focus on whole-person care and Christian service, is carried out in the School of Nursing by its commitment to excellence in nursing through the development of expert nurse clinicians, educators, administrators, and researchers. The School of Nursing offers BS, MS, DNP and PhD degrees in the area of nursing. Learn more

Pharmacy

Loma Linda University School of Pharmacy admitted its first class in the fall quarter of 2002. The specific objective of the Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) degree program is to educate pharmacists in a Seventh-day Adventist Christian setting. Graduates will be able to provide high quality pharmacy care as fully participating members of health-care teams committed to whole-person care. Learn more

Public Health

The mission of the School of Public Health reflects a distinctly Christian orientation and purpose in preparing students as public health professionals for local, national, and international service. Loma Linda University School of Public Health is fully accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC) and the Council on Education for Public Health (CEPH), as well as a member of the Association of Schools of Public Health (ASPH). The School of Public Health offers DrPH, PhD, MPH, MBA, MS, MSPH, BSPH, and certificate programs in the fields of Environmental and Occupational Health, Epidemiology and Biostatistics, Global Health, Health Geoinformatics, Health Management and Leadership, Health Promotion and Education, and Nutrition. Learn more

Religion

The Loma Linda University School of Religion takes an active role in helping students integrate faith and learning. Religion courses are part of the core curriculum in all eight schools, and are part of our mission to continue the teaching and healing ministry of Jesus Christ. Our faculty represents areas of expertise such as biblical scholarship, bioethics, sociology of religion, and ethical theory. In addition, our clinical faculty from across all health care professions brings a wealth of experience to enrich your educational journey and provide a balance between academic knowledge and clinical skills. Learn more