Duke Hall

Economics at Redlands emphasizes both the cultural and technical aspects of the field. A degree in Economics will provide you with a wealth of tools for understanding human behavior and the sources of wealth and poverty in nations. 

Its usefulness goes beyond the realms of market and trade, to encompass most social institutions and fields of study: government, sociology, psychology and the environment: even the study of greed, happiness, and Utopian economics.  We offer three distinct degree programs to enable you to tailor your study of Economics to your interests.
For an example of how one of our graduates is continuing research on the politics of international finance, click here to read about Igor Logvinenko’s academic path after graduating from Redlands.

Cogeneration Plant
Cogeneration Plant

The state-of-the-art power facility enables the University to produce a majority of its own energy and has reduced the campus’s carbon footprint by 33 percent.

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