About the courseThebiomedical scienceemphasis includes classes like histology, virology, immunology, and human gross anatomy which provide an in-depth program for students interested in going into dentistry, medicine, and other pre-professional programs.
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AboutLa Sierra University, an institution nationally acclaimed for its diverse campus and its service to others, offers a transformational experience that lasts a lifetime.
U.S. News & World Report named La Sierra University the most diverse university in the western United States the past five years. And in early 2008 the Corporation for National and Community Service selected La Sierra for the Honor Roll with Distinction, part of the 2007 President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll program. The award recognized La Sierra’s students for providing nearly 45,000 hours of service. Such efforts included international economic development projects by La Sierra’s World Cup-winning Students In Free Enterprise team, and community projects through La Sierra’s campus-wide Service-Learning program. The Seventh-day Adventist denomination established La Sierra University in 1922 on acreage formerly part of the Rancho La Sierra Mexican land grant.
Today the institution provides more than 120 bachelors, masters and doctoral degrees for about 2,300 students. “To Seek, To Know, and To Serve” is the key to the mission that drives La Sierra University, with all areas of campus encouraging students to develop a deeper relationship with God.
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Riverside Campus - La Sierra University
4500 Riverwalk Parkway, Riverside, CA 92505Open in maps See all courses at this campus
La Sierras 150-acre campus is located in the La Sierra neighborhood of the city of Riverside. The school is a member of the American Public Gardens Association, which has designated the campus an arboretum. The first buildings built on the campus were two-story separate male and female dormitories. The university opened a $23 million science complex in the fall of 2006, which houses its biology, computer science, and mathematics departments.