Loma Linda University

Established in 1905, Loma Linda University is one of the only faith-based academic health sciences centers in the nation offering more than 100 degree and certificate programs. As a student, you’ll get hands-on clinical experience and training at their research facilities, clinics and hospitals with faculty experts and experienced leaders in your field. Loma Linda University invites service-oriented students to answer their calling and advance their career in health sciences.

Years

4-Year

Private/Public

Private Nonprofit

accreditation

WASC

Loma Linda University
ICON: 1 year certificate

Less than one year
certificate

ICON: 2 year certificate

One but less than
two years certificate

ICON: Associates degree

Associate’s Degree

ICON: 4 year certificate

Two but less than 4
years certificate

ICON: Bachelors degree

Bachelor’s degree

ICON: Postbaccalaureate certificate

Postbaccalaureate
certificate

ICON: Masters degree

Master’s degree

ICON: Post masters certificate

Post-master’s
certificate

ICON: Doctors degree - research

Doctorate Degree –
Research/Scholarship

ICON: Doctors degree professional

Doctorate Degree –
Professional Practice

ICON: Doctors degree - Other

Doctorate Degree –
Other

Offers Online Programs

Undergraduate Enrollment Total

Student-to-Faculty Ratio

Special Designations

ICON: Hispanic-Serving
Institution

Hispanic-Serving
Institution

ICON: seventh day adventists

Seventh–Day Adventists

ICON: aanapisi

Asian American And Native American Pacific Islander-Serving Institution

Loma Linda University

Average Annual Cost

Data is not available

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Financial Aid / Scholarships

The average percent of students awarded aid and the amount of aid awarded to full-time beginning undergraduate students

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Grants & Scholarships

0%

Federal Grants

0%

Pell Grants

A field of study is a category of academic programs offered by institutions of education. Since these are categories of offerings, they may not map directly to programs advertised on course catalogs.

ICON: Biological sciences

Clinical/Medical
Laboratory
Science/Research
and Allied
Professions

Bachelor’s Degree

ICON: Registered Nursing, Nursing Administration, Nursing Research and Clinical Nursing

Registered
Nursing,
Nursing
Administration,
Nursing
Research and
Clinical Nursing

Bachelor’s Degree

ICON: allied health

Allied Health
Diagnostic,
Intervention,
and Treatment
Professions

Undergraduate
Certificate or
Diploma

ICON: Cosmotology

Health and
Medical
Administrative
Services

Bachelor’s Degree

ICON: allied health

Allied Health
Diagnostic,
Intervention,
and Treatment
Professions

Bachelor’s Degree

Loma Linda University