In higher education, California Lutheran University (CLU) is an ELCA-affiliated university in Thousand Oaks, California. Only a minority of its student body is Lutheran. A large portion of the University's undergraduate students choose to earn degrees with a major in psychology.
As of 2004, CLU is a Common Application program participant.
To date, a scholarship offered by CLU is the Presidential Scholarship. One of the requirements for a student to earn this scholarship is to have a GPA of at least 3.75, and to have scored highly on either the SAT or the ACT (M. Pfeiffer, personal communication, 2004).
In 2003, the University began offering an undergraduate major and minor in bioengineering. Around the same time, it partnered with the University of Southern California, the University of California, Los Angeles, Children's Hospital of Los Angeles, and Baxter BioScience to further research in tissue engineering. (As of 2004, the University offers to its undergraduate students a course in tissue engineering.) For an undergraduate degree with a major in bioengineering, the University requires students to complete advanced courses in physics, biology, and mathematics, aside from the strictly bioengineering courses. In fact, the mathematics requirements alone are nearly enough for a degree with a minor in mathematics.
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