Loma Linda University provides health-science education in the fields of public health, pharmacy, nursing, medicine, dentistry, behavioral health and allied health professions through the lens of career as a service to humanity. Since its beginning in 1905, Loma Linda University has grown to be a world leader in education that integrates health, science and Christian faith. LLU's expert faculty provide top-level instruction in more than 100 academic programs, including doctoral degrees and master's programs as well as undergraduate and certificate programs.
Loma Linda University offers courses and programs promoting a faith-based, wholistic approach to the health sciences, bioethics, chaplaincy and more. The University's newest school is San Manuel Gateway College in San Bernardino, which provides healthcare vocational training to young adults, empowering them to make a living wage, serve their communities and potentially go on to pursue higher levels of healthcare education.