School of Business

For 40 years, the University of Redlands School of Business has been helping professionals with careers achieve their goals while maintaining a healthy work–life balance.

Whether you’re just dipping your toes into the business world or you’re already turning it upside down, the School of Business is ground zero for tomorrow’s top performers.

Our cutting edge undergraduate and graduate degree programs have made it possible for today’s professionals to take their education further, improve their hirable skills, keep pace with a changing landscape and assume leadership roles in an increasingly global economy.

Best of all, we make it possible to get the degree you want without sacrificing your personal life. Ready to get busy?

The University of Redlands School of Business: Providing High-Quality, Student-Centered Education Throughout Southern California

Dean Thomas A. Horan, students, and alumni speak about the School of Business at the University of Redlands—a private, nonprofit liberal arts and professional school with seven campuses throughout Southern California. The School of Business, which today has more than 28,000 alumni, has helped advance the education and careers of professional and post-traditional students for more than 40 years. 

Academic programs

Whether you’re looking to complete your bachelor’s degree or earn a graduate degree, we offer programs that are built to fit your needs.

Bachelor degree programs

The School of Business offers two undergraduate degree programs designed for the busy professional or working adult. The Bachelor of Science in Business and the Bachelor of Science in Management are offered at all seven of our Southern California campuses.

Graduate degree programs

The School of Business offers three graduate degree programs designed to accommodate the working adult. The Master of Arts in Management and Master of Business Administration programs are offered at all seven of our Southern California campuses. Master of Science in Information Technology programs are also available.

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