MA Graduates

Students in our Master of Arts in Management program emerge as confident leaders, effective communicators and are ready to inspire teams. Here are a few things recent graduates are saying about their experience in the program:

"The University of Redlands provided me with a master's education that truly equipped me with skills for real world and real job situations. I also took advantage of U of R's international business offering to study abroad at Cambridge, UK which remains one of the most enjoyable and enlightening educational experiences in my career."
--Aaron Adams, MA in Management '98
City Manager
City of Temecula

 "I am proud to say I am a University of Redlands graduate. Redlands fit right into my busy work schedule. After completing my bachelor's at Redlands I knew I would return to complete my master's. With the encouragement from the University faculty, staff and my family, I finally completed my master's degree. I am the first person in my immediate family to earn an advanced degree. In fact, I am the only one of my generation on either side of my family to do so. This makes me very proud. The graduation ceremony was very special to me and my family."
--Robin Sanchez, MA in Management '08
Whitehead Leadership Society

"I graduated from USC 30 years had been awhile since I had been in school and I wasn't sure if I would be successful. The MA in Management program was a good way to transition back into academia. In MGMT 604: Management of Self, I learned about my strengths and weaknesses and I even planned out my career path. I am in the process of changing careers and now I know what I want to do when I grow up. It is exactly what I needed."
--Anthony Garcia, MA in Management '13

“Participating in and graduating from The University of Redlands, Master of Arts in Management (MAM) program was one of the best life decisions I’ve made for myself. Not only am I personally proud of my accomplishment, but my family, co-workers, and upper management alike have commented on significant improvements in my communication skills, my excitement to try new ideas and business concepts, eagerness to participate in strategic planning opportunities, and more notably, most people who know me have expressed a striking increase in my self-confidence.”

--Della Borlund, MA in Management '12
Manager, University Subcontracts Section

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The giant R

The giant "R" seen on the mountain north of the University that is about one-third the size of the Quad.

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