The Admissions Committee seeks individuals who reflect a high degree of personal integrity, dependability, self-discipline, intellectual vigor, and a caring and thoughtful manner. Individuals who have held military health-care occupations, licensed vocational nurses, and individuals transferring from other nursing programs may qualify for advanced placement.
Applicants seeking undergraduate admission must complete the application process by the following dates:
In addition to Loma Linda University admission requirements, the applicant must:
(completed during enrollment at LLU)
Units must be selected from at least three of the following content areas: civilization/history, art, literature, language, philosophy, religion, or general humanities electives. A minimum of 3 quarter units in an area are required to meet a "content area."
As necessary, to meet the minimum total requirement of 67 transferable quarter units. These units added to the 118 undergraduate units required in the program fulfill the 185 total units required for the bachelor's degree.
Preferred within five years
A complete sequence of both general biology and general chemistry may be accepted in lieu of the Intro to organic and biochemistry requirements.
A combined organic and biochemistry course of less than 8 units may be accepted if determined the course has covered the necessary content adequately.
For graduation requirements, see LLU General Education Requirements.
|NRSG 217||Psychiatric Mental Health Nursing||6|
|NRSG 224||Nursing Pathophysiology||5|
|NRSG 230||Principles of Professionalism, Clinical Reasoning, and Self-Care||3|
|NRSG 231||Foundations of Nursing||3|
|NRSG 232||Fundamentals of Nursing||7|
|NRSG 233||Health Assessment||3|
|NRSG 301||Adult Health Nursing I||6|
|NRSG 302||Adult Health Nursing II||8|
|NRSG 303||Adult Health Nursing III||7|
|NRSG 305||Nursing Pharmacology||3|
|NRSG 314||Obstetrical and Neonatal Nursing||5|
|NRSG 315||Child Health Nursing||6|
|NRSG 316||Wellness and Health Promotion||3|
|NRSG 324||Nursing Informatics and Evidence-Based Practice||3|
|NRSG 375||Introduction to Applied Biostatistics for Nursing||3|
|NRSG 375L||Computer Applications in Biostatistics||1|
|NRSG 404||Introduction to Epidemiology for Nursing||2|
|NRSG 405||Home Care Nursing||3|
|NRSG 408||Critical Care Nursing||8|
|NRSG 416||Public Health Nursing||4|
|NRSG 416L||Public Health Nursing Clinical Laboratory 1||4|
|NRSG 418||Capstone Nursing Practicum||6|
|NRSG 419||Capstone Nursing Leadership||6|
|NRSG 429||Nursing Research||3|
|Religion: upper-division 1||10|
Must include from each of the following content areas: RELE (ethical), RELR (relational), and RELT (theological)
Must select one course from the following:
|Adventist Beliefs and Life|
|Loma Linda Perspectives|
|Adventist Heritage and Health|
|Current Issues in Adventism|
Fulfills service learning requirement.
Total unit requirement for graduation is 185 quarter units (transfer units plus above-listed courses).
Four (4) years — 2.66 years (eight  academic quarters) at LLU) — based on full-time enrollment.