The Burbank Regional Campus

Located near the studios of Disney, Universal and NBC, the Burbank regional campus is home to programs for the School of Business.

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Burbank Regional Campus

Located in the hub of the nation's entertainment industry, the School of Business Burbank campus is just off the Olive Avenue exit from I-5 in downtown Burbank in the Citibank building on Magnolia Avenue.

We serve business leaders and professionals seeking career advancement, networking, and entrepreneurial opportunities, as well as working adults completing their first college degree.

Alumni Spotlight: Linda


Economics - UCSD '10


Masters in Business Administration - University of Redlands '18


Current Position:

Cost Accountant 

Favorite Class: 

It’s so difficult to choose one but my top 3 in the MBA program are Global Environment for Business, Analytics for Managerial Decision-Making, and the Global Consultancy Capstone. All three courses piqued my interest in the subject matter and nudged me to challenge myself.

Favorite Professor: 

Dr. Keith Roberts & Prof Mike Macqueen

Fondest Memory of Burbank Campus:

Orientation when I met a few of my classmates from my cohort for the very first time and nearly two years later at the Commencement Mixer when the class of 2018 gathered together to celebrate our soon-to-be accomplishment and prepared for our big day.

What is your field of specialty, and how did you come to work in the industry?

Accounting. Towards the end of completing my undergraduate degree, I decided to pursue accounting because I’m comfortable working with numbers and thrive when working independently.

In one word, how would you describe Redlands or Burbank Campus?


What advice would you give Redlands students?

If financially possible, take advantage of the study abroad and consultancy capstone opportunities. These programs are the essence of the MBA program and these attributes distinguish Redlands from other MBA programs in the area.

What is your favorite aspect of your current job?

The people and the growth opportunities.