Through partnerships with community colleges, local governments, and employers—and programs offered by the School of Continuing Studies—the University of Redlands School of Business continues to open multiple pathways to a Redlands education. Choose from one of several options below to get started on your path to a Redlands business degree.
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. Some partners offer on-site instruction.
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.
View current partnerships to see if you're eligible.
Transfer agreements with many Southern California community colleges guarantee admission and provide a minimum $10,000 scholarship to students who meet eligibility requirements.
Agreements also include a seamless admission process, overnight campus visits, and a four-year graduation pledge.
View current partnerships to see if you’re eligible.
If you have 40 units of transferable credit (2.0 minimum GPA) and at least three years of full-time work experience, you may be eligible to apply as a transfer student. You may even qualify for a tuition discount through one of our community college partnerships. (See “Community Colleges” pathway.)
Learn more about transferring to the University of Redlands School of Business.
Less than 40 units of transferable credit? No problem. Scroll down to view our “School of Continuing Studies” pathway.
Seeking to add a specialization to your current degree or professional skill set? A School of Continuing Studies professional certificate may be the pathway for you.
SCS also provides more than 100 general education courses to help you acquire missing credits needed to transfer into a School of Business degree program.
Learn more about the School of Continuing Studies.