Choose from 40+ bachelor's degree programs at our main Redlands campus, including Environmental Studies, Psychology, Public Policy, Global Business, and Media & Visual Culture Studies—or create your own degree.
Master’s, bachelor’s, and certificate programs for working professionals at eight locations and online, including the Redlands MBA, M.S. in Business Analytics, and B.S. in Business.
Master’s, doctoral, and certificate programs at our Marin campus and online, such as the Master of Divinity and Certificate in Spiritual Direction and Formation.
Offering 11 certificate programs and 25+ courses at seven locations and online, including certificates in Purchasing, Logistics, and Chain Supply Management; Mental Health and Spirituality; and LGBTQ+ Leadership.
Among the University's many offerings
For the highly motivated—and uncontrollably curious—the Johnston Center for Integrative studies lets you create a unique, interdisciplinary program to fit your academic interests.
The U of R’s music programs offer artistic and academic excellence with 10 bachelor’s, master’s, and artist diploma programs.
Students with an interest in geography and spatial technologies have many opportunities to help solve real-world problems, conduct original research, and build sought-after skills.
Experience intellectual and personal growth in our liberal arts, sciences, pre-professional, undergraduate, and graduate programs—supported and challenged by a community of students and professors.
More than 90% of students receive some form of financial assistance. We offer a variety of grants, scholarships, and loan options—as well as a four-year promise for College students—to help make the high-impact education at Redlands a reality for you.
Wherever you may find yourself going next, opportunities await. Whether you’re an incoming student or a Redlands graduate, our Career and Professional Development team is available to help you achieve the next step in your career path—whether it is finding an internship in your field or working for a top employer.
By planting the seeds for growth, progress, and change, we can transform what’s around us, and what’s ahead for us all. That’s why we are recognized by Washington Monthly for contributing to the public good.