The School of Business at the University of Redlands equips working professionals and career-focused individuals with the essential 21st century business skills, expanded worldview, and extensive network needed to position them for success in their businesses, careers, and lives.
Built upon the rich history and tradition of a leading private, liberal arts university, the school blends foundational, ACBSP-accredited curricula with real-world practice and highly sought analytical and technological expertise.
Students learn in a small, cohort-based environment. Groups of 12-15 start and finish their degree program together, acquire skills they can apply immediately, and build relationships along the way. Classes are led by expert faculty and professionals actively excelling in their fields.
With campus locations throughout California and corporate partnerships that allow for on-site learning at your workplace, you’ll find a program to match your goals, location, and schedule. For more than 40 years we’ve been helping students make quantum career leaps while maintaining balanced lives. We invite you to join them.
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 30,000 alumni, has helped advance the education and careers of professional and post-traditional students for more than 40 years.
Gain traditional business training plus 10 highly sought, evidence-based skill sets designed to position you for success today—and in the future.
Our class sizes of 12-15 students emulate the camaraderie, diverse discussions, and teamwork of a professional environment.
Our distinctive two-week courses and global capstone offer the opportunity to gain international experience and connections.
Society members demonstrate academic excellence and critical leadership skills and actively serve and support the University Community.
The School of Business provides tuition discounts and other educational benefits for veterans and military personnel and their dependents.
Delta Mu Delta is a business honor society that recognizes and encourages academic excellence.
Partnerships with neighboring and regional organizations provide tuition benefits, discounts, and degree pathways for students and employees.
Tuition discounts are available for employees and members of more than 400 partners—including local nonprofit and corporate organizations, public agencies, banks, credit unions, and county and city governments.
Partners include: Jet Propulsion Laboratory, United Technologies Corporation, Esri, Southern California Edison, Edcor and EdAssist (national programs that extend benefits to employees of companies such as Sprint, DHL, Lockheed Martin, PG&E, PepsiCo, American Express, and Verizon), and many more.
From the moment you start classes, you become part of a professional network that includes 30,000 School of Business alumni—many of whom work at top organizations throughout Southern California and nationwide.
Percentage of graduates who would recommend the School of Business to a friend or colleague
The Center for Spatial Business develops knowledge through applied location analytics and research, enriches education and curriculum for business schools, and provides outreach to academic and professional communities.
The Banta Center provides a forum to explore and recognize the importance of ethical thinking and behavior to a successful professional life.
You can visit a regional campus at any time! Come meet our staff, learn about our programs, and tour our beautiful facilities. Click the button below to email us for more information or to schedule a visit.Schedule a Visit
The University of Redlands School of Business is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP). Founded in 1988, ACBSP is a premier accreditation body that accredits business programs of exceptionally high quality around the globe at more than 1,000 institutions.