ARCHITECTURE

Laurel Dovich, Tom Emmerson, Academic Advisers.
 
Professional schools of architecture usually accept one year of preprofessional study. Final acceptance for professional studies is determined competitively, and the level of expected preprofessional achievement varies considerably among schools.
 
The following typical one-year program will satisfy the basic entrance requirements of many professional schools of architecture. However, admission requirements vary between programs and students should plan their preprofessional studies to fit the requirements of the particular institutions to which they intend to apply.
 
Students interested in completing the preprofessional architecture requirements at Walla Walla College and in transferring to Andrews University for the architecture program should consult with the preprofessional architecture advisers for the recommended course of study.
 
ART161, 162, 163Design 9
ART184, 185Introduction to Drawing I, II 4
ART251Introduction to Art 4
ART264Introduction to Sculpture I 2
ENGL121, 122College Writing 6
ENGL223Research Writing 3
INFO105Personal Computing 3
MATH121, 122Fundamentals of Mathematics I, II 8
MATH181Analytic Geometry and Calculus I 4
PEACElectives 2
RELB, RELH, RELTElectives6

 


CHIROPRACTIC

Steven Lee, Academic Adviser.
 
Two years of college work are generally required, including one year of biology and at least one year of chemistry. Students should obtain a bulletin from each chiropractic college where they may wish to apply for information on specific entrance requirements. Of the dozen approved schools in the United States, Western States Chiropractic College in Portland, Oregon, is the only one in the Northwest. The admission requirements of Western State Chiropractic College presently include one-year courses in general chemistry, organic chemistry, general biology, and general physics.
 


CYTOTECHNOLOGY

Steven Lee, Academic Adviser.
 
Students preparing for the Bachelor of Science degree in Cytotechnology should plan to complete 96 quarter hours before entering the professional training. The curriculum requirements of Loma Linda University include:
 
ANTH225Cultural Anthropology 3
BIOL101, 102, 103General Biology 12
BIOL201, 202Anatomy and Physiology 8
BIOL222Microbiology 5
CHEM101, 102, 103Introductory Chemistry 11
ENGL121, 122College Writing 3, 3
ENGL223Research Writing 3
HLTH110Wellness for Living 3
MATH105Mathematics With Applications4-5
   or
MATH117Precalculus
   or
MATH 121Fundamentals of Mathematics I
PEACPhysical Education Activity Courses 2
Cultural Heritage 9
Select courses from: ART 251; MUHL 124, 134 (Applied ART/Mus 2 hrs max); PHIL 205, 206; HIST 120, 121, 122, 221, 222; ENGL 204, 207; Any foreign language

Religion 4 credits per year
Social Sciences 12-16
Select from at least two areas: ECON 211, 212; HIST 224; HIST 454; PSYC 130, 215, 220; SOCI 204, 225

Electives (choose from SPCH 101, CPTR 105) 

 
To meet the minimum of 96 quarter hours.
 



DENTISTRY

Robert Rittenhouse, Academic Adviser.
 
The minimum requirement for admission to dentistry is 144 quarter hours. However, most dental schools expect candidates to have completed a bachelor's degree. The following courses are basic requirements for Loma Linda University School of Dentistry and other dental schools may also have similar requirements:
 
BIOL101, 102, 103General Biology 12
CHEM141, 142, 143General Chemistry 9
CHEM144, 145, 146General Chemistry Laboratory 3
CHEM321, 322, 323Organic Chemistry 11
CHEM325, 326Introduction to Organic Laboratory 2
ENGL121, 122College Writing 6
ENGL223Research Writing 3
PHYS211, 212, 213General Physics 9
PHYS 214, 215, 216General Physics Laboratory 3
Religion one course per year
Loma Linda University also recommends additional courses selected from the following areas:

      Accounting
      Anatomy
      Biochemistry
      Calculus
      Histology
      Information Systems/Computer Science
      Management
      Physiology

 
The Pre-Dental student should choose a major and plan for a degree even though she/he may be accepted to dentistry prior to completion of degree requirements.
 



DENTAL HYGIENE

Curtis Kuhlman, Academic Adviser.
 
Loma Linda University
 
Students planning for careers in dental hygiene must complete 96 quarter hours with a cumulative grade-point average of 3.00 or more before seeking admission to the various dental hygiene programs. Most community college programs lead to the terminal A.S. degree, but still require one year of basic courses, including all of the sciences, before beginning the two year program. The B.S. programs have 96 hours of prerequisites. Courses required for admission to Loma Linda University are as follows.
 
Communication Skills (13 hours)
ENGL121, 122College Writing 6
ENGL223Research Writing 3
SPCH101Fundamentals of Speech Communication 4

Natural Science (24 hours)

BIOL201, 202Anatomy and Physiology 8
BIOL 222Microbiology 5
CHEM101, 102, 103Introductory Chemistry 11

Humanities (16 hours)

Courses selected from the following (must 
be in a minimum of two areas): history, 
fine arts (theory), literature, philosophy, 
foreign language. 

Social Sciences (12 hours)

PSYC130General Psychology 4
SOCI204General Sociology 4
ANTH225Cultural Anthropology 3

Physical Education 2

HLTH110Wellness for Living 
or 3-4
HLTH220Human Nutrition 

Religion Electives 8

(meet 96 quarter hour requirement) 
INFO105Personal Computing 
  (highly recommended) 

 


EMERGENCY MEDICAL CARE/CARDIOPULMONARY SCIENCES

Joan Redd, Academic Adviser.
 
Students preparing for the Bachelor of Science degree in emergency medical care/cardiopulmonary sciences should plan to complete 48 quarter hours before entering the professional training. The curriculum requirements of Loma Linda University include:
 
ANTH 225Cultural Anthropology 3
      (May be taken while in the program) 
BIOL 201,202Anatomy and Physiology 
BIOL 222Microbiology 5
CHEM 101,102,103Introductory Chemistry 12
ENGL 121,122College Writing 6
ENGL 223Research Writing 3
HLTH 110Wellness for Living 3-4
HLTH 220Human Nutrition 
PEACPhysical Education Activity Courses 2
PHYS 201,204Invitation to Physics (or high school physics) 0-4
PSYC 130General Psychology 4
Select 8 additional credits from  
      PSYC 215, 220, SOCI 204 
Mathematics 
Two years high school level mathematics selected from Algegra I, Algebra II, geometry with a grade of C or better.

Religion 4 credits per year
Electives 
To meet the minimum of 48 quarter hours. Recommended: SPCH 101, INFO 105
 

Additional general education courses may be taken at WWC before transferring.
 



HEALTH INFORMATION ADMINISTRATION

JoAnn Wiggins, Academic Adviser.
 
Students preparing for the Bachelor of Science degree in health information administration should plan to complete 96 quarter hours before entering the professional training. The curriculum requirements of Loma Linda University include:
 
ACCT 201Principles of Accounting 4
ANTH 225Cultural Anthropology3
   or
SOCI 236Racial and Ethnic Relations
BIOL 201,202Anatomy and Physiology 8
BIOL 222Microbiology 5
     (Highly recommended) 
INFO 105Personal Computing 3
ENGL121,122College Writing 6
ENGL 223Research Writing 3
HLTH 110Wellness for Living3-4
   or
HLTH220Human Nutrition
MATH105Mathematics With Applications4-5
   or
MATH 117Precalculus
PEACPhysical Education Activity Courses 2
PSYC 130General Psychology 4
SPCH 101Fundamentals of Speech Communication 4
Cultural Heritage 9

 
Select courses from: ART 251; MUHL 124,134 (Applied Art/Music 2 hours max); PHIL 205, 206; HIST 120,121,122,221,222; ENGL 204,207; Any foreign language

Natural Sciences/Mathematics 0-4

 
Select courses from: CHEM 101,102,103; MATH 121; PHYS 201,204

Religion 4 credits per year
Social Sciences 8-12

 
Select Courses from: ECON 211,212; HIST 224; SOCI 204,225

45 WPM typing proficiency 
Electives 
To meet the minimum of 96 quarter hours
 



LAW

Terrell Gottschall, Academic Adviser.
 
There is no specific curriculum for prelaw students. Courses designed to develop skills in oral and written communication and the ability to reason and think analytically are strongly recommended. This would include, for example, course work in history, political science, economics, English and speech.
 
Most law schools require a bachelor's degree and a satisfactory grade-point average and score on the Law School Admission Test (LSAT) for admission. Law schools vary in the levels of achievement required for admission. Students planning to study law are encouraged to consult with the prelaw adviser.
 


MEDICINE

Scott Ligman, Shirley Wilson-Anderson, Academic Advisers.
 
The basic entrance requirements are not exactly the same for all medical schools. Most medical schools require completion of a bachelor's degree with a grade-point average of 3.50 or above, computed separately for science and nonscience courses. The following courses are normally required by Loma Linda University:
 
BIOL101, 102, 103General Biology* 12
CHEM141, 142, 143General Chemistry* 9
CHEM144, 145, 146General Chemistry Laboratory* 3
CHEM321, 322, 323Organic Chemistry 11
CHEM325, 326Introduction to Organic Laboratory 2
MATH121, 122Fundamentals of Mathematics I, II4-8
   or
MATH117Precalculus
   or
MATH181Analytical Geometry and Calculus I
PHYS211, 212, 213General Physics12
PHYS214, 215, 216General Physics Laboratory
   or
PHYS251, 252, 253Principles of Physics
PHYS254, 255, 256Principles of Physics Laboratory
Religion 16

Also recommended are:

BIOL394Developmental Biology 4
BIOL449Vertebrate Histology 4
BIOL466Immunology 4
CHEM431Biochemistry 4
MATH181Analytical Geometry and Calculus I 4

If applying to a medical school other than Loma Linda University, the student should refer to the bulletin of that institution for specific entrance requirements.
 

*AP and CLEP credits do not meet Loma Linda University requirements for General Chemistry or General Biology.
 



MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY

Steven Lee, Academic Adviser.
 
Students interested in entering the field of medical technology should be aware that entry can be made through several different types of programs. There are three common types of programs available through our sister SDA institutions and in the Pacific Northwest. They are briefly summarized below:
 
a. 
Two plus two program. In this program entry is made into a combined classroom/clinical program following two years of undergraduate study. A bachelors of science degree is awarded at the completion of the two year clinical program.
 
b. 
Three plus one program. In this program entry is made into a clinical program following three years of undergraduate study. A bachelors degree is awarded at the completion of a one year clinical program.
 
c. 
Four plus one program. In this program a student completes a bachelors degree in any major, while taking a core of classes in preparation for the clinical training. Following graduation the student then enters a one year clinical training program.
 
Entry 
into a clinical program is competitive. Applicants are selected on the basis of such qualities as scholarship, integrity, dependability, and motivation for medical technology.
 
The 
exact entry requirements into these programs vary. Students interested in this major should contact institutions offering the clinical program early in their college career in order to plan a course schedule. In general the course requirements will include:
BIOL101, 102, 103General Biology 
BIOL222Microbiology 
BIOL466Immunology 
CHEM141, 142, 143General Chemistry 
CHEM144, 145, 146General Chemistry Lab 
CHEM321, 322, 323Organic Chemistry 
CHEM325, 326Introduction to Organic Lab 
One college level class in mathematics.

NURSING

See Nursing section of this Bulletin.
 



NUTRITION AND DIETETICS

Shirley Wilson-Anderson, Academic Adviser.
 
Students preparing for the Bachelor of Science degree in nutrition and dietetics should plan to complete 96 quarter hours before entering professional training. The curriculum requirements of Loma Linda University include:
 
ANTH 225Cultural Anthropology3
   or
SOCI 236Racial and Ethnic Relations
BIOL 201,202Anatomy and Physiology 8
BIOL 222Microbiology 5
CHEM 141,142,143General Chemistry9 
CHEM 144,145,146General Chemistry Lab 3 
INFO 105Personal Computing 3
ENGL 121,122College Writing 6
ENGL 223Research Writing 3
HLTH 110Wellness for Living3-4
   or
HLTH 220Human Nutrition
PEACPhysical Education Activity Courses 2
PSYC 130General Psychology 4
SOCI 204General Sociology 4
SPCH 101Fundamentals of Speech Communication 4
Cultural Heritage 9

 
Select courses from: ART 251;MUHL 124,134; (Applied Art/Music 2 hours max); PHIL 205,206; HIST 120,121,122,221,222; ENGL 204,207; Any foreign Language Mathematics

High school algebra and geometry or equivalent with grade of C or better

Professional Courses 12
Include HLTH 220 and other approved courses

Religion 4 credits per year
Social Sciences 4-8
Select from HIST 224, HIST 454, ANTH 225, PLSC 224

Electives 
To meet the minimum of 96 quarter hours, INFO 105, SPCH 310, SPCH 443.
 



OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY

Curtis Kuhlman, Academic Adviser.
 
Students preparing for the Bachelor of Science degree in occupational therapy should plan to complete 96 quarter hours with a cumulative grade point average of 3.20 or more before entering the professional training. The curriculum requirements of Loma Linda University include:
 
ANTH225Cultural Anthropology3
   or
SOCI 236Racial and Ethnic Relations
BIOL201, 202Anatomy and Physiology 8
ENGL121, 122College Writing 6
ENGL223Research Writing 3
HLTH110Wellness for Living3-4
   or
HLTH220Human Nutrition
INFO105Personal Computing 3
MATH206Applied Statistics 4
PSYC130General Psychology 4
PSYC215Child and Adolescent Development4
   or
SOCI324Human Development and the Family
SOCI204General Sociology 4

 
Select an additional behavioral science or Sociology course.

SPCH101Fundamentals of Speech Communication 4
Chemistry, Physics or Applied Statistics 8-12
Select at least one science sequence. Science must include laboratory.

Humanities 16
Select from at least two subject areas: fine arts, foreign language, literature, philosophy, or history.

Mathematics 
High school algebra and geometry or equivalent with grade of C or better.

Religion 8
Physical Education 2
Electives 
To meet the minimum of 96 quarter hours. Courses in applied art, general crafts, and behavior science are recommended.
 

In addition to the above Loma Linda University requires: A documented minimum of 80 hours of volunteer or employee work experience in an occupational therapy department before acceptance. Occupational Therapist Assistant program also available at Loma Linda University.
 



OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY ASSISTANT

Curtis Kuhlman, Academic Adviser.
 
The increased demand for occupational therapists has created a demand for Occupational therapy assistants. These programs are usually a two-year total and students receive an Associate Science Degree upon completion. Loma Linda University (LLU) offers this program with one year of college prerequisite courses and one year of training at LLU. Courses with grades below C do not count on the program. Courses at Walla Walla College which meet these prerequisites are:
 
BIOL201, 202Anatomy and Physiology 8
PHYS201 +204Invitation to Physics + Lab4
   or
CHEM101Introduction to Chemistry
ANTH225Cultural Anthropology 3-4
   or
SOCI204General Sociology
PSYC130General Psychology 4
ENGL121, 122College Writing 3, 3
ENGL223Research Writing 3
SPCH101Fundamentals of Speech 4
INFO105Personal Computing 3
Cultural Heritage 4
Select from ART 251 or MUHL 124 HIST 121 or 222 High school Algebra and Geometry or equivalent with grade of C or better

Religion 4
ART284Introduction to Pottery 2
Electives 
To meet the minimum of 48 quarter units.
 

In addition to the above Loma Linda requires: A documented minimum of 40 hours work/observation experience (volunteer/employee) in an Occupational Therapy department before acceptance.
 



OPTOMETRY

______________, Academic Adviser.
 
While two years of college work is the minimum requirement for admission to most optometry schools, the majority of students being admitted have finished at least four years of college or received a bachelor's degree. Students interested in optometry should choose a major even though they may later gain admission to professional school before finishing it. At some optometry schools a student admitted before graduation must then finish a bachelor's degree while pursuing professional studies. This is not advisable since the requirements of the school awarding the degree must then be met.
 
The preprofessional curriculum should include as a minimum the following courses:
 
CHEM141, 142, 143General Chemistry 9
CHEM144, 145, 146General Chemistry Laboratory 3
ENGL121, 122College Writing 6
ENGL223Research Writing 3
MATH121, 122iFundamentals of Mathematics I, II 8
(may be satisfied by a good secondary mathematics background)

MATH181Analytic Geometry and Calculus I 4
PHYS211, 212, 213General Physics 9
PHYS214, 215, 216General Physics Laboratory 3
PSYC130General Psychology  4

 
*Fundamentals of Mathematics should be taken the first year since it is a corequisite for General Chemistry and a prerequisite for General Physics.
 

Since the requirements for other preoptometry courses differ among the optometry schools, students should obtain catalogs from each school of interest in order that all prerequisites may be fulfilled. Other required courses will include some or all of the following:
 

BIOL101, 102, 103General Biology 12
BIOL201, 202Anatomy and Physiology 8
BIOL222Microbiology 5
CHEM321, 322, 323Organic Chemistry 11
CHEM325, 326Introduction to Organic Laboratory 2
A course in statistics 
An additional psychology course 

Students may also wish to request the booklet Admissions to Schools and Colleges of Optometry, available from the American Optometric Association, 243 N Lindbergh Blvd., St, Louis, MO 63141-9982.
 



OSTEOPATHY

Shirley Wilson-Anderson, Academic Adviser.
 
Schools of osteopathic medicine usually require a degree from an accredited college. The course requirements are essentially the same as for medical schools. (See the medical requirements listed previously in this section of the bulletin.)
 


PHARMACY

Steven Lee, Academic Adviser.
 
At least two years of college work are required. Students should consult with the college of pharmacy of their choice about course requirements. In general the course requirements will include:
 
BIOL101, 102, 103General Biology 12
BIOL222Microbiology 5
CHEM141, 142, 143General Chemistry 9
CHEM144, 145, 146General Chemistry Laboratory 3
CHEM321, 322, 323Organic Chemistry 11
CHEM325, 326Introduction to Organic Laboratory 2
ENGL121, 122College Writing  6
ENGL223Research Writing 3
MATH181, 281Analytical Geometry and Calculus I, II 8
PHYS211, 212, 213General Physics 9
PHYS 214, 215, 216General Physics Laboratory 3

All pharmaceutical colleges require three years in residency beyond the two years of prepharmacy; some require four years.
 



PHYSICAL THERAPY

Steven Lee, Timothy Tiffin, Academic Advisers.
 
Entry into the practice of physical therapy is at the master's degree level. Most schools require at least two years of undergraduate level studies prior to accept-ance into the master's degree program. Loma Linda University (LLU) and Andrews University (AU) offer the master's degree with admission after two years of college. Students should consult the current bulletin of the school of interest for specific entrance requirements. Courses at Walla Walla College necessary to meet the entry requirements for LLU and AU are:
 
BIOL201, 202Anatomy and Physiology (preferred)8-12
   or
BIOL101, 102, 103General Biology
BIOL222Microbiology 5
CHEM141, 142, 143General Chemistry 9
CHEM144, 145, 146General Chemistry Laboratory 3
ENGL121, 122College Writing 6
ENGL223Research Writing 3
INFO105Personal Computing 3
MATH117Precalculus4-5
   or
MATH121Fundamentals of Mathematics
MATH206Applied Statistics 4
PEACPhysical Education Activity Courses 2
PHYS 201, 202Invitation to Physics 6
PHYS204, 205Invitation to Physics Laboratory 2
PSYC130General Psychology 4
PSYC215Child and Adolescent Development 4
SOCI 204General Sociology 4
SPCH101Fundamentals of Speech 4
ANTH225Cultural Anthropology3
   or
SOCI 236Racial and Ethnic Relations
Humanities AU 4; LLU 16

 
For LLU: Select from at least two subject areas: fine arts, foreign language, literature, philosophy, history.

Religion AU 9; LLU 8
Fundamentals of Christian Beliefs recommended for AU.

Electives 
To meet the minimum of 96 quarter hours for AU or 98 for LLU.
 

Both programs require a minimum of 80 hours of documented volunteer/work experience, with a Physical Therapist.
 



PHYSICAL THERAPY ASSISTANT

Steven Lee, Timothy Tiffin, Academic Advisers.
 
These programs are usually a two year total and students receive an Associate Degree upon completion. Loma Linda University (LLU) offers this program with one year of college prerequisite courses and one year of training at LLU. Courses with grades below C do not count on the program. Courses at Walla Walla College which meet these prerequisites are:
BIOL201, 202Anatomy and Physiology (preferred)8-12
   or
BIOL 101, 102, 103General Biology
ENGL121, 122College Writing 6
ENGL223Research Writing 3
PHYS201Invitation to Physics 3
PHYS204Invitation to Physics Laboratory 1
PSYC130General Psychology 4
PSYC215Child and Adolescent Development 4
SPCH101Fundamentals of Speech 4
Humanities Elective 4
Select from fine arts, foreign language, literature, philosophy

Mathematics: (High school algebra and  
geometry with grade of C or better) 
Physical Education or Health 2
Religion 4
Electives 
To meet minimum of 48 quarter hours
 

A minimum of 80 hours of documented volunteer/work experience, with a Physical Therapist.
 



PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT

Jonathan Neidigh, Academic Adviser.
 
There is a wide variation in the prerequisites for entrance into a Physician Assistant program. A minimum of 3.0 G.P.A. is usually required for science courses. A bachelor degree is required for admittance into many programs. Usually a minimum of 1,000 hours of clinical experience involving patient contact is also required. Physician Assistant programs may lead to a bachelor of science (B.S.) or to a Master of Science (M.S.)
 
Requirements may include the following courses; however students should request information about current admission requirements from the professional school they plan to attend.
 
BIOL101, 102, 103General Biology 12
BIOL201, 202Anatomy & Physiology 8
BIOL222Microbiology 5
CHEM141,142,143General Chemistry 9
CHEM144,145,146General Chemistry Laboratory 3
ENGL121, 122College Writing 6
ENGL223Research Writing 3
HLTH217First Aid 2
HLTH220Human Nutrition 4
INFO105Personal Computing 3
MATH121, 122Fundamentals of Mathematics 8
MATH206Applied Statistics 4
PSYC130General Psychology 4
PSYC215Child and Adolescent Development 4
SOCI204General Sociology 4
SPCH101Fundamentals of Speech Communication 4

 


PUBLIC HEALTH

Shirley Wilson-Anderson, Academic Adviser.
 
Since the field of public health includes such a wide variety of career disciplines, the training opportunities offered by Schools of Public Health present a striking array of distinctly different program tracks.
 
Students preparing to enter graduate professional programs in public health should realize that the various career options require different types of preparation, and that they have a significant advantage if they anticipate prerequisite differences early. While no particular group of prerequisites can be considered constant for all program tracks, students will find that certain basic public health elements are fundamental to all. Therefore, the applicant who has included in his undergraduate preparation courses in general statistics, epidemiology, public health administration, environmental health, and behavioral science may benefit from advanced standing and/or course waivers for these requirements once accepted into the graduate program.
 


RADIOLOGICAL TECHNOLOGY

Curtis Kuhlman, Academic Adviser.
 
The minimum requirement for admission to the study of radiological technology is 41 quarter hours. The following courses are to be included for the Associate of Science degree from Loma Linda University:
 
BIOL201, 202Anatomy and Physiology 8
ENGL121, 122College Writing 6
ENGL223Research Writing 3
INFO105Personal Computing 3
Medical Terminology (not available at WWC) 
PHYS201, 202Invitation to Physics 6
PHYS204, 205Invitation to Physics Laboratory  2
PSYC130General Psychology 4
   or
SOCI204General Sociology
Math (two years of high school math) 
Religion 4
SPCH101Fundamentals of Speech Communication 4
Electives 
To meet the minimum of 42 quarter hours
 

In addition to the basic courses listed above, the following elective courses are highly recommended.       An introductory computer course
      An introductory photography course
      Keyboarding

 
A 12 hour minimum work/observation experience (volunteer/employee) in a radiology department required for LLU.
 
For those students planning for further academic work, a B.S. degree requires 16 units of humanities and 12-16 units of social sciences. 12-16 units science/mathematics, health education (HLTH 110 or HLTH 220), 2 P.E. activity courses and 8 units of religion. Other clinical specialties require General Chemistry, and most highly recommend General Physics. Courses with grade below C do not count on this program.
 



RESPIRATORY THERAPY

Curtis Kuhlman, Academic Adviser.
 
The minimum requirement for admission to the study of respiratory therapy is 48 quarter hours. The following courses are to be included for the Associate of Science degree from Loma Linda University:
 
BIOL101, 102, 103General Biology8-12
   or
BIOL201, 202Anatomy and Physiology
BIOL 222Microbiology 5
CHEM101, 102, 103Introductory Chemistry 11
ENGL121, 122College Writing 6
ENGL223Research Writing 3
High School Physics8
   or
PHYS201, 202Invitation to Physics
   and
PHYS 204, 205Invitation to Physics Laboratory
PSYC130General Psychology 4
   or
SOCI204General Sociology
Math (high school algebra and geometry with C grade or better.) 
Religion 4
Electives 
To meet the minimum of 48 quarter hours. (Speech is highly recommended.)
 

The ACT or SAT examination is required for students entering Loma Linda University.
 
BACHELOR OF SCIENCE After completing an Associate in Science degree in respiratory therapy or the equivalent, the student may continue studies toward the Bachelor of Science degree, completing a computer course and the general studies requirement of 9-13 units communication, 16-20 units cultural heritage including ANTH 225, 12-16 units social sciences, 12-16 units science/math, health ed + 2 PE activity courses, and 8 quarter units religion at LLU.
 



SPEECH-LANGUAGE PATHOLOGY AND AUDIOLOGY

Debra Silva, Academic Adviser.
 
The requirements listed below apply to Loma Linda University program. Because the basic requirements for entrance into Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology may be different, the student should confer with the school of their choice.
 
ENGL121, 122College Writing 3, 3
ENGL223Research Writing 3
HLTH110Wellness for Living 
or 3
HLTH220Human Nutrition  4
SPCH101Fundamentals of Speech 4
BIOL201, 202Anatomy and Physiology (recommended) 4, 4
PHYS201+204Invitation to Physics (recommended) 3, 1
Select additional from BIOL, PHYS, MATH, CHEM4 
MATH(2 years of high school math with a grade of C or  
higher or MDEV 001, 003 (required/no credit) 
PSYC130General Psychology 4
PSYC215Child and Adolescent Development 4
ANTH225Cultural Anthropology 4
or (one of these is required, ANTH 225 or SOCI 236) 
SOCI236Race and Ethnic Relations  3
PEACTwo activity courses 1,1
HumanitiesChoose from two areas:4, 4, 4 
ART 251, MUHL 124, 134 (Applied Art/Mus 2 hr 
max), any ENGL Lit, PHIL, HIST, Foreign Language 
courses 
ReligionAny religions course 4 credit per year 4-8
Electives:To meet minimum total requirements of 6 quarter units 
Before transferring to Loma Linda University or another school, the student should plan to complete speech-language-pathology-related courses on this campus. They include:
SPCH107*Voice and Articulation 4
SPPA210+Survey of Speech-Language Pathology 3
and Audiology 

 
*These courses may help fulfill elective speech pathology hours.
 

+Required
 

Please note that C minus (C-) grades are not transferable for credit.
 



VETERINARY SCIENCE

_____________, Academic Adviser.
 
The requirements below apply to the Washington-Oregon-Idaho (WOI) Regional Program in veterinary medical education. Since the basic requirements for entrance into other veterinary schools may be different, students should confer with the schools of their choice.
 
Requirements:
BIOL101, 102, 103General Biology 12
BIOL250Biostatistics 4
BIOL393Genetics 4
CHEM141, 142, 143General Chemistry 12
CHEM144, 145, 146General Chemistry Laboratory 3
CHEM321, 322, 323Organic Chemistry 11
CHEM325, 326Introduction to Organic Laboratory 2
CHEM431, 432Biochemistry 8
ENGL121, 122College Writing 6
ENGL223Research Writing 3
MATH121, 122Fundamentals of Mathematics I, II 8
PHYS211, 212, 213General Physics 9
PHYS214, 215, 216General Physics Laboratory 3
SPCH101Fundamentals of Speech Communication 4
Humanities and Social Studies 15-20

Recommended Courses:
Electives highly recommended by the WOI Regional Program include:

BIOL222Microbiology 5
BIOL394Developmental Biology 4
BIOL464Animal Physiology 4
INFO105Personal Computing 3
_______
90
Total hours required (electives additional)

Nonacademic Requirements:
Graduate Record Examination (General Test)
 
Veterinary Medical Exposure and Animal Experience
Applicants must have some hours of veterinary medical exposure (may include biomedical research, academic medicine, or private practice) and experience with animals by November 1 of the year of application.