Who Studies at the School of Business?

School of Business students in class

Our School of Business students are often professionals who are busy juggling the demands of work, home and school. Many of them have chosen the Redlands School of Business because they know our evening classes and convenient regional locations make it easier to earn a degree while also continuing to cultivate their careers and care for their families.

The professions represented in our School of Business are as diverse as our 1,200 students. Some of our students are small business owners, emerging entrepreneurs, computer programmers, health care professionals, stay-at-home moms preparing to return to the workplace, business managers, real estate agents, insurance professionals, retired military personnel and spouses and employees in the aerospace and engineering sectors.

Whatever the background, we know that our students are often very happy with their decision to choose Redlands. Nine out of every 10 of our students say they are either somewhat or very satisfied with the School of Business. About 90 percent say they would refer someone to the school and 89 percent say they would enroll again if they had to make the choice today.

Here is a profile of our 2014 School of Business students:

Total Enrollment Fall 2014: 1,845
Undergraduates: 762
Graduates: 1,083 

Hispanic: 33.1% 
African-American: 10.1%
Asian: 10.1%
Hawaiian/Pacific Islander: .4%
Native American: .7%
White:  34.2 %
Two or More Races: 1.8%
Other/Decline to State:  8.4%

Female:  45%
Male:  55%

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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