University of Redlands Reviews of Master's in Business

  • 7 Reviews
  • Redlands (CA)
  • Annual Tuition: $24,232
50% of 7 students said this degree improved their career prospects
100% of 7 students said they would recommend this program to others
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  • Reviewed: 6/5/2019
  • Degree: Business
"Big mistake. As a working professional, completing a Master's degree at the University of Redlands was a mistake. If I could do it again, I would have spent more money for a better program, such as Pepperdine, Claremont Business College, or a number of other programs offered in Southern California. Of the ten professors I had, one was great, three were okay, and the rest were underqualified (both in their work experience and education) and were average teachers at their best. Many of the faculty are pro socialsim, preach "white privilege", are anti capitalism, and were bitter messes set on indoctinating the class with their belief systems and opposed to contrary thinking. If you're serious about your career, pay a little more for a better school. (A tip, a successful workplace is one that promotes people of different backgrounds, beliefs, and opinions to work together with respect. The Redlands staff could learn from that.)"
  • Reviewed: 3/30/2017
  • Degree: Business
"University of Redlands offers a variety of programs geared towards the working full time adult. As a former Marine I understood full well what was expected of me academically and the work that it would take to achieve my goal. Working full time and being a full time student is one of the most difficult tasks anyone can undertake. But, the instructors were always supportive, professional, and insightful. I enjoyed everyday that I attended class (even if I had just finished work). It was fantastic interacting with the students, staff, and learning something that would help me improve my life. I would wholeheartedly support anyone who would choose to attend the University of Redlands. I am currently working towards my Doctorate degree in criminal justice and Redlands has without a doubt prepared me for the academic work that I must do now. I am constantly reading, writing, and researching new material in order to complete all the material that is required of me. However, because Redlands prepared me academically, I do not feel overwhelmed or feel that it is something that I can not complete. In fact, I believe that I can complete my Doctorate so long as I remain consistent and committed to the material."
Furrukh Irshad
  • Reviewed: 9/9/2016
  • Degree: Business
"University of Redlands is a private educational institute that delivers on its name and association with being a private university. The classes are very small roughly 15 people in my class and the professor is always available providing their work email, university email, and cell phone number to directly contact them whenever we have any sort of question. The faculty all have a great breath and depth of experience in the subject matter they are teaching. There are professors that teach around the world, work with are Fortune 500 firms on a daily basis for consulting, others whom have helped create and operated complete branches of a Big Four accounting firm and much much more. The student life is also very vibrant with events happening almost daily to ether raise awareness, fundraise, network, or simply to enjoy some live entertainment provided by the student body. The University of Redlands campus being so small allows an individual to really get to know all others on campus because everyone is so open to new experiences and meeting new people. Without a doubt in my mind you should at least take a tour of the University of Redlands and you'll see why students love the campus and experience so much!"
Christopher Kellermeyer
  • Reviewed: 3/4/2014
  • Degree: Business
" The MBA program has an all-star set of instructors; these instructors have both experience and pedagogy acumen. Their anecdotal information adds a nice floss to a refined and current business program. Cons: The social scene is nearly dead. Most of the students in my classes have families and are career oriented. This is a double edge sword. On the plus side, there is networking and seriousness. On the downside, the comedic relief is loathsome. Only serious business minded folk need enroll, and Redlands does deliver the skills to pay the bills, and some."
David Keller
  • Reviewed: 2/28/2014
  • Degree: Business
" Applicability and real-world teaching styles. The accelerated program is very fast."
David Keller
  • Reviewed: 2/24/2014
  • Degree: Business
"The program is remarkablly relevant and real-world, taught be professors who have applicable experience within their respective fields of study. If there are any "cons" regarding the program, it would be that it is fast! The accelerated program at the San Diego sister campus has students navigating each course, one at a time, in about 8 weeks."
  • Reviewed: 12/20/2012
  • Degree: Business
"The school is great. Small classes, great campus. My gripes is that the school is slow with technology, for example being able to look up basic information like current financial balance, tuition bills in the mail, professors who still have no idea how to use Moodle, hand signed notes needed to get a tutor, etc. They have to be faster to adapt to changes in technology if the school wants to remains competitive. Good relationships have been established, yet I feel like sometimes the crop of people they get to join are just not prepared for graduate studies. They often struggle with the pace of the accelerated program, are a bit lazy and end up dropping out."