Loma Linda is a private, Christian graduate school in Loma Linda, California in the Los Angeles Area. It has a mid-size graduate student body with an enrollment of 3,234 graduate students. Of the 59 graduate programs offered at Loma Linda University, 9 are offered online or through graduate distance education programs. The most popular graduate school programs at Loma Linda University are Medicine, Physical Therapy, and Dentistry. 15% of its graduate students are part-time graduate students.
Masters and Doctoral Programs
Most Popular Programs
Physical Therapy114 Students
Pharmacy Studies82 Students
Occupational Therapy49 Students
Social Work37 Students
Physician Assistant35 Students
Dietetics and Clinical Nutrition34 Students
Public Health Education34 Students
Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology29 Students
Loma Linda University Graduate Reviews
Loma Linda is a private educational institution that is Seventh Day Adventist. Church is required for all students but it is not a place of discouragement. The teachers, administrators, etc all have one goal which is focused on patient care and their motto "To Make Man Whole." The food is decent, it is vegetarian so it limits the types of food allowed. Loma Linda University is in the heart of the Blue Zone and encourages health employees and students.
It is a Seventh Adventist school and so they are very religious. But everyone is very nice. You are required to go to chapel once a week but if you have a job or a practicum during that time you will be excused. The campus is quite pretty but small. This school has an undergraduate program but it is very small. Most of the students on campus are graduate students. The school focus on health and encourage the vegetarian diet, no caffeine, and no alcohol.
Small class size for all programs. Interpersonal relationships among different professions. Many unorganized areas with several programs though. Campus does not feel like a “college life”.