Loma Linda University School of Public Health offers many public health degrees and certificate programs, both online and in-person. The School of Public Health provides a hands-on environment for our students, preparing them for real-life experiences in their careers.
The Master of Science (M.S.) degree program in plant-based nutrition is a competency-based program developed in direct response to the increasing demand (registered dietitians and other health care professionals) for a graduate curriculum focused on plant-based nutrition.Learn More
Our Doctor of Public Health (DrPH) programs train you for leadership positions in public health practice in health care systems, governmental agencies, non-profit organizations, and community settings. This competency-based curriculum provides advanced public health education and offers a specific focus within concentrations.Learn More
Our Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in Nutrition trains individuals for careers in scientific research and/or teaching at universities, governmental agencies, industry and private organizations. The Ph.D. curriculum provides advanced didactic training in a specific discipline and develops students' critical thinking and research skills.Learn More
LLUHGIS strives to promote scientifically sound public health practices, research, and dissemination of health-related data to provide working health professionals (locally and globally) with GIS and necessary spatial statistics tools to explore health and epidemic patterns of diseases and to understand the impact of the environment on human health through training and education.Learn More