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Are you looking for professional advancement? Determined to complete a degree that you’ve been putting off for too long? Ready for a career change? Eager to gain new skills that will set you apart in a challenging job market?

At the University of Redlands, we recognize that every prospective adult student has a different reason for pursuing a business degree—and we want to make it as easy as possible for you to enroll and complete your undergraduate or graduate degree. That’s why our programs are specifically tailored to professionals like you who are juggling demanding careers and family obligations.

Here’s how we cater to adults and working professionals:

  • Our classes are held one evening per week.
  • With nine regional campuses located throughout Southern California, there’s bound to be one near you.
  • We offer multiple enrollment periods throughout the year so that you can start your degree program when it makes sense for you.
  • You might be eligible to receive up to 25 percent course credits for life and professional experience.

Join a growing tide of adults learners

Professionals nationwide are enrolling in degree programs in increasing numbers—in fact, adults over 25 are predicted to exceed traditional-age students in the near future.

Why not join the movement and complete your undergraduate degree or earn a master’s degree at the University of Redlands? A School of Business degree will improve your professional skills and open new doors for you in the workplace.

Visit our Admissions page for more information or to start your application—the rest of your life is calling.

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