The School of Business at the University of Redlands equips students with essential 21st century skills to successfully impact business in today’s complex economic, technological, and societal environment. You'll find the experience, world-class faculty, educational infrastructure, and professional network that you need advance your career from the day you graduate and for decades thereafter.
The University of Redlands School of Business is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP). Founded in 1988, ACBSP is the premier accreditation body that accredits business programs of exceptionally high quality at over 1,000 institutions around the globe. The Redlands School of Business has demonstrated its commitment to teaching excellence and continuous quality improvement by receiving accreditation from ACBSP.
Earn your undergraduate degree and an MBA or Master of Science in Business Analytics in as few as five years.
Enhance your credentials and accelerate your career in geographic information systems (GIS) and spatial business with our Business Location Analytics Certificate.
Allison Fraiberg is a professor of communication and cultural studies at the Redlands School of Business, where she teaches courses on leadership communication, business and management consulting, and critical thinking. As associate director of International Programs, Dr. Fraiberg leads students on short-term, business-focused, study-abroad programs tailored for working professionals.
Avijit Sarkar is professor of business analytics and operations research at the Redlands School of Business. Dr. Sarkar’s primary research interests include examination of global digital divides, spatial patterns of the sharing economy, location-based analytics, and spatial maturity models. Dr. Sarkar teaches courses in business analytics, management science, and operations management.
Xin Zhao is a professor of marketing, analytics, consumer behavior at the Redlands School of Business. Dr. Zhao’s areas of expertise include cross-cultural and consumer behavior comparisons, comparative advantage in international trade in textiles and apparel, and retail environment analysis.
With over 30,000 Redlands School of Business alumni and a vast professional network that includes corporate partners, nonprofit and community organizations, government agencies, and community colleges, the Redlands Network delivers dividends on your degree.
Learn about the new Spatial Business Initiative within the MBA program.
How I discovered location analytics through my MBA program.