Degree Requirements

All students entering our program enter as transfer students.

The student in the B.S. degree in environmental sciences (ENVS) Program will generally take the first two years of required corequisite coursework (96-105 units) at any accredited community college or university, and the last two years of the ENVS curriculum at Loma Linda University. Students may obtain early entrance with the approval of the Earth and Biological Sciences Department after completing at least 48 quarter units of corequisites at a college of their choice. Students accepted early will concurrently take coursework at a nearby community college in order to complete their outstanding corequisite requirements.

Review admissions and program courses on LLU Catalog.