The School of Business offers a Bachelor of Science in Business and a Bachelor of Science in Management.
All applicants must complete a formal application and include:
• Official transcripts from every college or university attended (in any country) since high school must be submitted. Only transcripts sent to the Registrar’s Office or to Graduate and Professional Enrollment from the registrar of each institution attended will be accepted as official. No portion of a college record may be omitted from consideration of eligibility for transfer. Applicants must have all international coursework evaluated by International Education Research Foundation (IERF) and must request an official “detail report.”
• Forty semester credits of accepted transfer and assessment credit are required for admission. Courses taken in the University of Redlands School of Business core program cannot be applied to the 40-credit minimum.
• A minimum grade point average of 2.00 (C) on a 4.0 scale is required in all college courses acceptable to the University of Redlands.
The School of Business offers master’s degrees in business administration, information technology, and management.
The School of Business perceives the educational process holistically, recognizing that individuals from a variety of backgrounds and experiences can benefit from a graduate business education. Students entering graduate study must demonstrate both the motivation and the capability to manage effectively.
A complete application will include:
• A completed application form, including essays
• Official transcripts reflecting undergraduate degree from a regionally accredited institution. Only transcripts sent to the Registrar’s Office or to Graduate and Professional Enrollment from the registrar of each institution attended will be accepted as official. Applicants must have all international coursework evaluated by International Education Research Foundation (IERF) and must request an official “detail report.”
• Current resume
• Other information may be supplied to support an application, such as GMAT or other test scores, life and work experiences, interviews, and letters of recommendation. Students who have recently completed an undergraduate degree in business or related field within the last seven (7) years with a reasonable cumulative GPA may be permitted to be admitted into the MBA program and enrolled in either the twenty-four month or eighteen-month curricular track.
International Applicants Supplemental Documentation
International applicants are required to submit all documentation and information necessary to adequately assess their eligibility to be admitted to School of Business academic programs and the I-20 issuing process, including but not limited to:
• Official transcript reflecting an undergraduate degree from a regionally-accredited institution. Only transcripts sent to the Registrar’s Office or to Graduate and Professional Enrollment from the registrar of each institution attended will be accepted. Applicants must have international coursework evaluated by International Research Foundation (IERF) and must request a “detailed report”.
• Certificate of finances, which is required by the federal government to ensure international applicants have sufficient resources to pay for school expenses.
• Scan of passport.
• International supplemental information requested on the online application.
• TOEFL requirement
• Undergraduate International applicants whose primary language is not English must present a TOEFL score of 500 (or 173 for the computer-based test or 61 for the Internet-based test) or higher.
• Graduate International students whose primary language is not English must present a TOEFL score of 550 (or 213 for the computer-based test or 80 for the Internet-based test) or higher.
Appeal Procedure to the Admissions Review Committee
The School of Business recognizes that college work previously undertaken by adults in their earlier years may not reflect current abilities. To allow for a measure of flexibility, the School of Business has formed the Admissions Review Committee to consider petitions from students who do not meet admissions requirements, but believe they have compelling reasons for being granted an exception. Petitions are to be addressed to Graduate and Professional Enrollment.
After reviewing each petition, the Admissions Review Committee will make one of three recommendations:
1. The student will be admitted without further qualification;
2. The student will be admitted on provisional status for the first four courses;*
3. The student will be denied admission.
The decision of the Admissions Review Committee is final.
*This status requires that the student earn a cumulative GPA of 3.00 or better in the first four courses. After this requirement is met, the student is transferred automatically to regular admission status.