The Lifestyle Intervention Program Certificate, offered by the School of Public Health’s Department of Health Promotion and Education, prepares participants to accurately assess the health-related lifestyle conditions, practices, and motivation of individuals and community groups in order to help them improve their health through implementation of health-related lifestyle intervention approaches.
Upon completion of this certificate program, participants should be able to:
All international (non-US) transcripts including high school must be submitted to one of the following evaluation services. Evaluations by companies other than those listed are not accepted. Contact the chosen service for their document requirements, pricing, and processing time.
Results of the evaluation are to be sent directly to LLU from the evaluation service. All evaluation reports are advisory. LLU reserves the right to make final equivalency decisions. Please Note: copies of transcripts forwarded from evaluation services do not meet the requirement of official transcripts sent directly to LLU from the issuing institution.
* If ordering an evaluation from WES, select Loma Linda University from the drop-down list of recipient institutions as opposed to writing in an address. LLU does not need the additional ICAP service from WES. If your WES report is only for LLU you should order the basic (non-ICAP) course-by-course report or basic general report depending on your program of application (see below). Your electronic WES report to LLU will already include copies of the evaluated documents, however these document copies are not the Official transcripts/mark sheets that LLU requires to be sent directly from your issuing institution.
Request a Course-by-course Report
One year minimum
This course is open to individuals with a minimum of a bachelor's degree in any field (health related or not) who desire to learn additional skills and knowledge in lifestyle intervention. Students or professionals in the health care field or anyone who desires an increased competence in lifestyle intervention can benefit from this program.Following the successful completion of the program, each participant will be awarded a certificate in lifestyle intervention from Loma Linda University School of Public Health.
"Credit is recorded in quarter units. One unit represents a minimum of 10 class hours in lecture or 30 hours in laboratory practice" (LLU Catalog).
Please send an email message (with your last name, first name, and birthdate) to:
Office of Admissions and Academic Records
Hidemar Dos Santos, DrPH, MD
Department of Health Promotion and Education
Phone: (909) 558-8746