University of Redlands
In response to the COVID-19 outbreak, our School of Business has moved its undergraduate and graduate classes traditionally held at our eight campuses online in order to practice safe social distancing and adhere to the California-wide “Stay at Home” Executive Order issued on March 19,2020. Online education is not new to the School of Business, we have offered online courses for several years for our MBA program and starting and starting March 23, 2020 this will be extended to include online and distance learning for all our degree programs. Those who enroll in our programs now can get a jumpstart on their future earning power and career mobility then transfer to on-the-ground courses or a hybrid of the two, if they wish, once our state and national authorities advise that it is safe to do so.

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.


Percentage of graduates who would recommend the School of Business to a friend or colleague

  • 1976 Year school founded
  • 1,425 Number of students
  • 15:1 Student-faculty ratio
  • 30,000 Alumni network
  • 1,200 Whitehead Leadership Society members
  • 12 Average class size
  • 8 Regional campuses
  • 56% Minority students
  • 25 Full-time faculty

Corporate Partnerships


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.

Alliances with California Community Colleges extend tuition benefits to students and employees as well as bachelor's degree pathways for community college graduates. On-site classes at partnering organizations also offer customizable schedules.