Program
School
Degree
Program
Cardiac Electrophysiology Technology, AS
School
School of Allied Health Professions
Degree
AS
Electrophysiology (EP) is an emerging healthcare science and therapy. EP is a subspecialty of cardiology that focuses on diagnosing and treating cardaic arrhythmias. Technologists assist the cardiologist during diagnostic and invasive procedures including programmed electrical stimulation, sterile scrub technique, electro-anatomical 3D mapping, catheter ablation for cardiac arrhythimias and device implantation for cardiac rhythm management such as pacemakers and other advanced implantable devices.
Possible Careers
Cardiac Cath Labs, Hospital and Clinical settings, Sales positions for Bio-technology companies.
Program Length
12 months: Please note: The AS program is taught on the LLU Campus while the Certification program is offered online.
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Clinical Laboratory Science, BS
School
School of Allied Health Professions
Degree
BS
Clinical Lab Scientists aid health care providers in the diagnosis and treatment of disease.
Possible Careers
This career opens the doors to many medical and scientific opportunities. The majority of clinical laboratory scientists work in hospitals or similar medical facilities. Some CLS's work in private and government reference laboratories where they may perform specialized testing. Other opportunities exist in public health agencies and laboratories, forensic medicine, home health diagnostics, blood banks and transfusion services, health and patient education as well as in physician's offices and medical clinics. CLS personnel are also employed by medical consulting firms, DNA technology and genetic engineering corporations, research laboratories, medical product development companies, and in health information management systems.
Program Length
2 years
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Communication Sciences and Disorders (Comm Sci Transitional Program), MS
School
School of Allied Health Professions
Degree
MS
Alternative Program Name: Speech-Language Pathology, MS
The Master of Science in Communication Sciences and Disorders- Transitional Program is designed for individuals who have a bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university, with a major in a field other than Speech Language Pathology or Communication Disorders. Any individual with a bachelor's degree from an accredited institution is eligible for the Transitional Program. This program permits completion of undergraduate coursework (generally completed in one year of full time study) prior to enrolling in graduate level courses.
Possible Careers
Public and private schools, hospitals, rehabilitation centers, short-term and long-term nursing care facilities, community clinics, colleges and universities, private practice offices, state and local health departments, state and federal government agencies, home health agencies (home care), adult day care centers, centers for persons with developmental disabilities, research laboratories.
Program Length
11 quarters (3 years)
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Communication Sciences and Disorders, BS
School
School of Allied Health Professions
Degree
BS
Alternative Program Name: Speech-Language Pathology, BS
Speech-language pathologists and audiologists provide services to prevent, diagnose, evaluate, and treat communication disorders. Speech Language Pathology assistants perform tasks prescribed, directed, and supervised by ASHA-certified speech-language pathologists.
Possible Careers
Preparation for a graduate program in Speech Language or Audiology; Speech-Language Pathology Assistant.
Program Length
2 years
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Communication Sciences and Disorders, MS
School
School of Allied Health Professions
Degree
MS
Alternative Program Name: Speech-Language Pathology, MS
Speech-language pathologists work in a variety of settings, including schools, hospitals, and research. They typically evaluate and treat speech and language disorders in children and adults. The master's degree is entry level for the profession.
Possible Careers
Public and private schools, hospitals, rehabilitation centers, short-term and long-term nursing care facilities, community clinics, colleges and universities, private practice offices, state and local health departments, state and federal government agencies, home health agencies (home care), adult day care centers, centers for persons with developmental disabilities, research laboratories.
Program Length
7 Quarters (2 years)
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Computed Tomography (CT) & Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI), Cert
School
School of Allied Health Professions
Degree
Cert
Special Imaging technologists work in a highly specialized field operating sophisticated imaging equipment. They provide detailed cross-sectional images of the human body, assisting physicians with quality patient diagnosis and treatment.
Possible Careers
Computed Tomography and/or Magnetic Resonance Imaging
Program Length
4 quarter (12 months)
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Computed Tomography (CT), Cert
School
School of Allied Health Professions
Degree
Cert
Assisting primary health care providers in patient diagnosis and treatment through cross-sectional images of the human body using highly specialized equipment.
Possible Careers
Computed Tomography Specialist in a hospital or clinic setting.
Program Length
6 months (2 quarters)
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Computed Tomography (CT), Cert (Online)
School
School of Allied Health Professions
Degree
Cert
Assisting primary health care providers in patient diagnosis and treatment through cross-sectional images of the human body using highly specialized equipment.
Possible Careers
Computed Tomography Specialist in a hospital or clinic setting.
Program Length
6 months (2 quarters)
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Cytotechnology, BS
School
School of Allied Health Professions
Degree
BS
Cytotechnology is a specialty within the broad field of clinical laboratory science. The cytotechnologist, working under the direction of a pathologist, examines cells under the microscope for early signs of cancer and other diseases.
Possible Careers
Cytotechnologists work in hospitals, clinics, and independent pathology laboratories. Cytotechnologists can advance to supervisory positions, participate in research activities, or become teachers in the field.
Program Length
2 years
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Diagnostic Cardiac Sonography, Cert
School
School of Allied Health Professions
Degree
Cert
Leading to exciting specialty fields such as abdominal, neurologic, obstetric/gynecologic, and opthalmic ultrasound, sonographers use the latest technologies to aid the health care team in patient diagnosis and treatment.
Possible Careers
Registered Diagnostic Medical Sonographer (RDMS), Registered Vascular Technologist (RVT), Registered Diagnostic Cardiac Sonographer (RDCS)
Program Length
Track 1: 24 months; Track 2: 12 months
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Diagnostic Medical Sonography, BS
School
School of Allied Health Professions
Degree
BS
Leading to exciting specialty fields such as abdominal, neurologic, obstetric/gynecologic, and opthalmic ultrasound, sonographers use the latest technologies to aid the health care team in patient diagnosis and treatment
Possible Careers
Sonographer, Ultrasound Technologist, Registered Diagnostic Medical Sonographer, Registered Vascular Technologist
Program Length
27 months
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Program
Health Informatics, MS
School
School of Allied Health Professions
Degree
MS
The future success of healthcare organizations is their ability to manage information. The curriculum of the MS in Health Informatics blends the topics of leadership, system theory and management, technology, data management, and regulatory constraints.
Possible Careers
Employment opportunities include hospitals, clinics, health information exchanges, elevated managerial roles, system development, project management, electronic health record system specialists, clinical decision support, database administrators, clinical documentation specialists, and consultants.
Program Length
7 quarters (1 3/4 years)
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Health Informatics, MS (Online)
School
School of Allied Health Professions
Degree
MS
The future success of healthcare organizations is their ability to manage information. The curriculum of the MS in Health Informatics blends the topics of leadership, system theory and management, technology, data management, and regulatory constraints.
Possible Careers
Employment opportunities include hospitals, clinics, health information exchanges, elevated managerial roles, system development, project management, electronic health record system specialists, clinical decision support, database administrators, clinical documentation specialists, and consultants.
Program Length
7 quarters (1 3/4 years)
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Health Information Administration, BS
School
School of Allied Health Professions
Degree
BS
Health information administrators find many opportunities in policy-making, financial management, decision support and research by combining the fields of computer science, business management, the law, and health care.
Possible Careers
Health information management, health policy, financial management, computer science, business management, health care management, health care leadership
Program Length
2 years
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Health Information Administration, BS (Online)
School
School of Allied Health Professions
Degree
BS
Health information administrators find many opportunities in policy-making, financial management, decision support and research by combining the fields of computer science, business management, the law, and health care.
Possible Careers
Health information management, health policy, financial management, computer science, business management, health care management, health care leadership
Program Length
2 years
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Health Information Administration, Cert
School
School of Allied Health Professions
Degree
Cert
A great way to tie together business management, law, medicine, and computer science in the health care setting. Health information administrators enjoy policy making, financial management, and decision support and research opportunities.
Possible Careers
Health Information Administration, Management, Health Care Administration, Leadership
Program Length
Between 78 to 85 quarter units, or about 2 years
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Health Information Administration, Cert (Online)
School
School of Allied Health Professions
Degree
Cert
A great way to tie together business management, law, medicine, and computer science in the health care setting. Health information administrators enjoy policy making, financial management, and decision support and research opportunities.
Possible Careers
Health Information Administration, Management, Health Care Administration, Leadership
Program Length
Between 78 to 85 quarter units, or about 2 years
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Health Professions Education, MS
School
School of Allied Health Professions
Degree
MS
Better your teaching skills while earning a masters degree or certificate in health education.  This program is designed for the working professional.
Possible Careers
Educator, professor, or teacher in health related fields.
Program Length
Varies depending on course load.
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Health Professions Education, MS (Online)
School
School of Allied Health Professions
Degree
MS
Better your teaching skills while earning a masters degree or certificate in health education.  This program is designed for the working professional.
Possible Careers
Educator, professor, or teacher in health related fields.
Program Length
Varies depending on course load.
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Health Professions Education, PB CERT
School
School of Allied Health Professions
Degree
PB CERT
Better your teaching skills while earning a masters degree or certificate in health education.  This program is designed for the working professional.
Possible Careers
Educator, professor, or teacher in health related fields.
Program Length
27 units
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Health-Care Administration, BS (Online)
School
School of Allied Health Professions
Degree
BS

LLU’s Health-Care Administration program is a degree completion program which prepares students to serve in mid-level health-care administration positions.  The BSHA program is taught online, allowing students to complete coursework on their own schedules. This format is great for students wanting to balance employment, family life, and higher education. Likewise, students employed in the health-care industry may more easily earn a degree and pursue career advancement, because they may be able to apply previously-completed clinical units towards degree requirements.

Possible Careers

Administrative positions in various healthcare settings, including, but not limited to:

• Clinical Department Manager
• Hospital Administrator
• Health-care Human Resources Manager
• Social and Community Services Manager
• Medical Office Administrator
• Health-care Initiative Project Manager
• Dental Office Business Manager
• Health Information Officer
• Nursing Home Administrator
• Coordinator, Health-care Administration
• Director of Admissions, School of Medicine

Program Length
15 months (full-time) or 24 months (part-time)
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Magnetic Resonance Imaging/MRI, Cert
School
School of Allied Health Professions
Degree
Cert
Using highly specialized computerized equipment to provide detailed cross-sectional images of the human body to help with diagnosis and treatment of patients.
Possible Careers
MRI Specialist in a hospital or clinic setting.
Program Length
2 quarters or 6 months
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Medical Dosimetry (Med Dosimetry/BS Physics Track), Cert
School
School of Allied Health Professions
Degree
Cert
Medical Dosimetry trains students to correctly calculate the dose of radiation that will be used for treatment. Allows for the love of physics and mathematics to be incorporated in health care with a previous BS in physics.
Possible Careers
Radiation Therapist, Dosimetrist
Program Length
7 quarters
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Program
Medical Dosimetry (Med Dosimetry/Rad Therapy Trac), Cert
School
School of Allied Health Professions
Degree
Cert
Use your ARRT registration in radiation therapy technology and two or more years of clinical experience to extend your education to become certified in calculating the dose of radiation that will be used for treatment.
Possible Careers
Radiation Therapist, Medical Dosimetrist
Program Length
5 quarters
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Program
Medical Radiography, AS
School
School of Allied Health Professions
Degree
AS
The Medical Radiography program helps prepare students for the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) examination and to work as an X-Ray Technologist.
Possible Careers
Radiologic technologist
Program Length
A 21-month program; student involvement during the program is 40 hours a week, mainly during regular daytime hours.
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Program
Nuclear Medicine Technology (ARRT Certified), BS
School
School of Allied Health Professions
Degree
BS
Uses several procedures to aid in diagnosis of disease, the most familiar being the x-ray.
Possible Careers
Nuclear Medicine Technologist
Program Length
8 quarters (2 years)
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Program
Nuclear Medicine Technology (Not ARRT Certified), BS
School
School of Allied Health Professions
Degree
BS
Uses several procedures to aid in diagnosis of disease, the most familiar being the x-ray.
Possible Careers
Nuclear Medicine Technologist
Program Length
9 quarters (27 months)
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Program
Nutrition and Dietetics (Coordinated Program in Dietetics, BS & MS), BS
School
School of Allied Health Professions
Degree
BS
Possible Careers
The majority of RDs work in the treatment and prevention of disease (administering medical nutrition therapy, often part of medical teams) in hospitals, HMOs, private practice or other health-care facilities. In addition, a large number of RDs work in community and public health settings and academia, and research. A growing number of RDs work in the food and nutrition industry, in business, journalism, sports nutrition, and corporate wellness programs. Reference – AND (Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics) www.eatright.org
Program Length
3 years (11 quarters)
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Nutrition and Dietetics (Coordinated Program in Dietetics, BS & MS), MS
School
School of Allied Health Professions
Degree
MS
Dietitians and nutritionists help people by scientifically evaluating their diets and suggesting diet modifications to prevent and treat illnesses by promoting healthful eating habits.
Possible Careers
Nutritionist or dietitian in hospitals, clinics, food services, or a personal business.
Program Length
2 years
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Program
Nutrition and Dietetics (Post Didactic Program in Dietetics), MS
School
School of Allied Health Professions
Degree
MS
Possible Careers
The majority of RDs work in the treatment and prevention of disease (administering medical nutrition therapy, often part of medical teams) in hospitals, HMOs, private practice or other health-care facilities. In addition, a large number of RDs work in community and public health settings and academia and research. A growing number of RDs work in the food and nutrition industry, in business, journalism, sports nutrition, and corporate wellness programs. Reference – AND (Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics) www.eatright.org
Program Length
2 years (8 quarters)
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Program
Nutrition and Dietetics (Post-RD certification), MS
School
School of Allied Health Professions
Degree
MS
A Registered Dietitian is a food and nutrition expert who has met the minimum academic and professional requirements for the credential "RD." Reference - AND (Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics) - www.eatright.org
Possible Careers
The majority of RDs work in the treatment and prevention of disease (administering medical nutrition therapy, often part of medical teams) in hospitals, HMOs, private practice or other health-care facilities. In addition, a large number of RDs work in community and public health settings and academia and research. A growing number of RDs work in the food and nutrition industry, in business, journalism, sports nutrition, and corporate wellness programs. Reference – AND (Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics) www.eatright.org
Program Length
1 year/4 quarters
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Nutrition and Dietetics (Prior bachelor's degree in a non-nutrition major), MS
School
School of Allied Health Professions
Degree
MS
This track is designed for students who have a bachelor's degree in an area unrelated to nutrition or international students.
Possible Careers

The majority of RDs work in the treatment and prevention of disease (administering medical nutrition therapy, often part of medical teams) in hospitals, HMOs, private practice or other health-care facilities. In addition, a large number of RDs work in community and public health settings and academia, and research. A growing number of RDs work in the food and nutrition industry, in business, journalism, sports nutrition, and corporate wellness programs. Reference – AND (Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics) www.eatright.org

Program Length
3 years (11 quarters)
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Nutrition and Dietetics, BS
School
School of Allied Health Professions
Degree
BS
Possible Careers
The majority of RDs work in the treatment and prevention of disease (administering medical nutrition therapy, often part of medical teams) in hospitals, HMOs, private practice or other health-care facilities. In addition, a large number of RDs work in community and public health settings and academia, and research. A growing number of RDs work in the food and nutrition industry, in business, journalism, sports nutrition, and corporate wellness programs. Reference – AND (Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics) www.eatright.org
Program Length
2 years (7 quarters)
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Program
Occupational Therapy (Entry-Level MOT/Prior BS), MOT
School
School of Allied Health Professions
Degree
MOT
The Master's degree requires a previous Bachelor's degree. Students receive a Masters of Occupational Therapy degree upon successful completion of all didactic and fieldwork requirements. Students are then eligible to sit for the NBCOT exam for OTR.
Possible Careers
Clinic and hospital settings, rehabilitation centers, skilled nursing facilities, educational institutions, administration, school-based practice, private practice and community-base agencies.
Program Length
2 1/2 years
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Occupational Therapy (Post-Professional), OTD (Online)
School
School of Allied Health Professions
Degree
OTD
This program embraces people-centered interventions that include both traditional and emerging practice settings. Graduates will be challenged to reflect upon their social responsibilities as health professionals to promote health and participation not only at the individual level but also at the community and societal levels.
Possible Careers
Teaching, Administration, Research, Hospital settings, Community, School-based, private practice.
Program Length
2+ years (9 quarters)
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Program
Orthotics and Prosthetics (Entry-level), MSOP
School
School of Allied Health Professions
Degree
MSOP
Orthotics and Prosthetics is the evaluation, fabrication, and custom fitting of artificial limbs and orthopedic braces.
Possible Careers
Orthotists and Prosthetists work in a variety of settings: private practice, hospitals, rehabilitation facilities, specialty clinics, home health settings and nursing homes.
Program Length
3 years (10 quarters)
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Orthotics and Prosthetics (Entry-level/Prior BS), MSOP
School
School of Allied Health Professions
Degree
MSOP
Orthotics and Prosthetics is the evaluation, fabrication, and custom fitting of artificial limbs and orthopedic braces.
Possible Careers
Orthotists and prosthetists work in a variety of settings: private practice, hospitals, rehabilitation facilities, specialty clinics, home health settings and nursing homes.
Program Length
The length of the program is 10 quarters.
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Phlebotomy, SCH CERT
School
School of Allied Health Professions
Degree
SCH CERT
Phlebotomists draw blood to assist with diagnosis and treatment of patients.
Possible Careers
Phlebotomist in a hospital or clinic setting.
Program Length
1 quarter
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Physical Therapist Assistant, AS
School
School of Allied Health Professions
Degree
AS
Physical Therapist Assistants train patients in exercises and activities for normal daily living, and performs treatment interventions according to the treatment plan.
Possible Careers
Clinical and hospital settings, long term care facilities, Health and sports related environments.
Program Length
15 months (5 quarters)
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Physical Therapy (DPT Entry-Level/Prior BS), DPT
School
School of Allied Health Professions
Degree
DPT
Physical Therapists apply techniques to restore strength, flexibility, and coordination, and to reduce pain and generally prepare the patient to function more effectively at work and in activities of daily living. Agents such as heat, light, electricity, water exercise, and massage are used.
Possible Careers
Within the profession there are many specialties including orthopaedics, neurology, pediatrics, geriatrics, cardiopulmonary, hand rehabilitation, and sports physical therapy. Physical therapists work in acute-care and convalescent hospitals, rehabilitation centers, children's centers, private practice, athletic training and sports medicine programs, research institutions, school systems, and home-care agencies.
Program Length
3 years
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Physical Therapy (Post-Professional DPT (prior BS in PT)), DPT
School
School of Allied Health Professions
Degree
DPT
For currently practicing Physical Therapists with a PT degree to meet current and future expectations for physical therapy practice.
Possible Careers
Physical Therapist
Program Length
18 months
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Program
Physical Therapy (Post-Professional DPT (Prior MPT)), DPT
School
School of Allied Health Professions
Degree
DPT
For currently practicing Physical Therapists with a MPT degree to meet current and future expectations for physical therapy practice.
Possible Careers
Physical Therapist
Program Length
11 months
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Program
Physical Therapy, PhD
School
School of Allied Health Professions
Degree
PhD
The Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Physical Therapy (PT) is offered by the Department of Physical Therapy within the School of Allied Professions, one of the eight schools at Loma Linda University. This program provides national and international physical therapy graduates with the skills necessary to pursue careers as researchers and educators.
Possible Careers
Research, Administration, Teaching, Advanced clinical practice.
Program Length
4 to 7 years
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Physician Assistant, MPA
School
School of Allied Health Professions
Degree
MPA
Physician Assistants (PAs) are health care professionals licensed to practice medicine under physician supervision. They are formally trained to provide diagnostic, therapeutic, and preventive health care services.
Possible Careers
Private practice, Clinic or hospital settings, Research, Teaching and Administration.
Program Length
2 years or 8 quarters
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Polysomnography, Cert
School
School of Allied Health Professions
Degree
Cert
The certificate in polysomnography is designed for current clinical practitioners and students who are interested in specializing in sleep disorder studies. Both didactic theory and clinical application offered in the program will provide an avenue to gain knowledge, skills, and experience in the expanding discipline of polysomnography. Topics include sleep terminology, sleep structure and disorders, complete patient set-up and monitoring, data acquisition and scoring, and pharmacological and noninvasive interventions.
Possible Careers
polysomnography, sleep study clinics
Program Length
three academic quarters (34 weeks)
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Radiation Sciences, BS (Online)
School
School of Allied Health Professions
Degree
BS
Like to see what's going on inside? Imaging of body structures using radiologic technology defines this career. Having a bachelor's degree opens doors to opportunities in management, supervision, and research in the field.
Possible Careers
radiologic technologist, nuclear medicine technologist, sonographer
Program Length
2 years
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Radiation Sciences, MSRS (Online)
School
School of Allied Health Professions
Degree
MSRS
The online Master of Science in Radiation Sciences (MSRS) provides students a solid foundation in the knowledge and skills needed to be successful in leadership, management, administration, and education.
Possible Careers
manager, administrator, and educator
Program Length
2 years (7 quarters) - part-time or 12 month (4 quarters) - full-time
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Radiation Therapy Technology (ARRT Certified), BS
School
School of Allied Health Professions
Degree
BS
Possible Careers
Radiation Therapist
Program Length
21 months (7 quarters)
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Radiation Therapy Technology (Not ARRT Certified), BS
School
School of Allied Health Professions
Degree
BS
Radiologic technologists take x-rays and administer nonradioactive materials into the bloodstream for diagnostic purposes.
Possible Careers
Radiation Therapist
Program Length
24 months (8 quarters)
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Radiologist Assistant, MSRS (Online)
School
School of Allied Health Professions
Degree
MSRS
The student will receive didactic and clinical mentoring in neonatal, pediatric, adult, and geriatric populations. Courses will be a mix of discussion, projects, case studies, and Web-based learning. Students are responsible for finding their own clinical site and radiologist mentor. This is an online/blended program. The rest of the time, coursework is taken online within Loma Linda University's web-enhanced learning environment.
Possible Careers
Radiologist Assistant in clinical and hospital settings
Program Length
2 years (7 quarters)
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Rehabilitation Science, PhD
School
School of Allied Health Professions
Degree
PhD

The Doctor of Philosophy in Rehabilitation Science is designed to include many of the rehabilitation professions and offers opportunities for qualified clinical professionals to prepare for careers in independent research, teaching, and administration.  Currently the degree is approved for professionals from physical therapy, occupational therapy, orthotics and prosthetics, nutrition and dietetics, and communication sciences and disorders.

Possible Careers
Research, Teaching and Administration
Program Length

Varies per student based on completion of required Academics, Research, and Dissertation.  Most students complete the coursework for the degree in two years and then spend two to three years working on their research.

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Respiratory Care (Entry-level), BS
School
School of Allied Health Professions
Degree
BS
Respiratory therapists evaluate, treat, and care for patients with breathing or other cardiopulmonary disorders.
Possible Careers
Respiratory Care Practitioner, Respiratory Therapist, Respiratory Researcher
Program Length
2 years
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Respiratory Care (Post-Prof BS in Resp Care), BS (Online)
School
School of Allied Health Professions
Degree
BS
This degree is for respiratory therapists with a previous AS degree in respiratory therapy who would like to continue on in pursuit of their bachelor of science.
Possible Careers
Respiratory Therapist, Respiratory Technician, Respiratory Researcher
Program Length
8 quarters (2 years)
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Respiratory Care, MSRC (Online)
School
School of Allied Health Professions
Degree
MSRC
Respiratory therapists evaluate, treat, and care for patients with breathing or other cardiopulmonary disorders. Therapists manage ventilators, which deliver pressurized oxygen into the lungs of patients who cannot breathe for themselves.
Possible Careers
Respiratory care educator, Respiratory researcher, Respiratory care manager, Advanced Respiratory care practitioner, industry leaders and consultants.
Program Length
One year full-time. May be completed on a part-time basis.
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Special Imaging: Cardiac and Vascular Imaging, Cert
School
School of Allied Health Professions
Degree
Cert
Cardiac Interventional (CI) and Vascular Interventional (VI) technologists work in a highly specialized field operating sophisticated imaging equipment. This technology provides detailed fluoroscopic images of the human body, assisting physicians with quality patient diagnosis and treatment.
Possible Careers
Cardiac Interventional (CI) and Vascular Interventional (VI) technologist
Program Length
4 quarters (12 months)
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Speech-Language Pathology, SLPD (Online)
School
School of Allied Health Professions
Degree
SLPD
Speech-language pathologists work in a variety of settings, including schools, hospitals, and research. They typically evaluate and treat speech and language disorders in children and adults. The master's degree is entry-level for the profession.
Possible Careers

Public and private schools, hospitals, rehabilitation centers, short-term and long-term nursing care facilities, community clinics, colleges and universities, private practice offices, state and local health departments, state and federal government agencies, home health agencies (home care), adult day care centers, centers for persons with developmental disabilities, research laboratories.

Program Length

9 quarters; Students have the ability to spend longer in the program in order to complete their research capstone project and prepare a manuscript ready for submission to a peer-reviewed journal.

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