University of Redlands

Internships (CPT) and Jobs (OPT)

Professional Development

The Office of Professional Development provides professional coaching and programs to help graduate students plan and prepare for employment.

Topics include but are not limited to -

  • Professional assessments
  • Networking
  • Internship and employment planning
  • Resumes and cover letters
  • Interviewing and negotiation
  • Transition management
  • Professional advancement


The Office of Professional Development encourages employers to offer internships that are either paid or for academic credit. Academic internships are negotiated between the student and a sponsoring faculty member.

Full-Time Employment

University of Redlands graduates have a strong track record of achieving results for a wide range of employers. We look forward to discussing each student's employment needs and referring well qualified graduates to employers.

Global and Domestic Consultancy Capstone

The School of Business offers graduate students two unique options for completing their capstone requirement; a global consultancy with a British firm and a domestic consulting engagement with an organization located in Southern California.