University of Redlands Rankings by Salary Score

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Salary and Debt by Major at University of Redlands

We calculated a Salary Score for each of University of Redlands's programs by comparing program-specific median alumni earnings to median alumni earnings for the same program across all schools that provide this data. This way, students can compare the relative salary strength of a specific major at University of Redlands to the same major at other schools. A school's overall score by level is based on the school's by-program performance weighted by student enrollment in each program. Data is sourced from the December 2020 release of the U.S. Department of Education's College Scorecard and reflects median alumni debt upon graduation and median alumni earnings in the year after graduation for students who received federal financial aid. Debt and salary numbers are shown rounded to the nearest $10.

Salary Score ™ for Redlands Bachelor's Degrees

Field of Study Salary Score Employment Rate Median Debt Median Salary Salary Score
Accounting and Related Services 98 96% 96% $26,500 $65,560 98
Biology, General 96 97% 97% $27,000 $38,290 96
Business Administration, Management and Operations 87 94% 94% $27,000 $53,000 87
Business/Commerce, General 96 97% 97% $35,380 $61,680 96
Business/Managerial Economics 86 93% 93% Not Reported $58,220 86
Chemistry 69 100% 100% $26,000 $41,940 69
Communication Disorders Sciences and Services 28 100% 100% $25,000 $22,090 28
Economics 9 88% 88% Not Reported $33,990 9
English Language and Literature, General 78 100% 100% $23,000 $33,990 78
Fine and Studio Arts 42 95% 95% Not Reported $25,190 42
Liberal Arts and Sciences, General Studies and Humanities 4 94% 94% $26,000 $20,440 4
Mathematics 12 94% 94% Not Reported $32,930 12
Natural Resources Conservation and Research 46 100% 100% $25,000 $32,390 46
Political Science and Government 42 100% 100% $27,000 $33,990 42
Psychology, General 9 97% 97% $27,000 $23,460 9
Rhetoric and Composition/Writing Studies 15 88% 88% $26,720 $21,510 15
Romance Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics 47 100% 100% $26,000 $32,380 47
Sociology 57 85% 85% $27,000 $33,460 57

Salary Score ™ for Redlands Master's Degrees

Field of Study Salary Score Employment Rate Median Debt Median Salary Salary Score
Business Administration, Management and Operations 57 95% 95% $41,000 $74,640 57
Business/Commerce, General 42 99% 99% $34,070 $71,170 42
Communication Disorders Sciences and Services 99 100% 100% $51,250 $70,830 99
Curriculum and Instruction 99 100% 100% Not Reported $67,660 99
Student Counseling and Personnel Services 80 100% 100% $41,000 $50,470 80
Teacher Education and Professional Development, Specific Levels and Methods 89 98% 98% $29,550 $56,040 89

Most Recent Reviews

Matt 7/30/2019

The Masters in Organizational Leadership (MSOL) program was really disappointing. The program felt thrown together with syllabuses that we’re inconsistent and focused more on meeting the minimum accreditation requirements instead of the learning and development of students. Half of the professors had no real-world business knowledge/experience and were there reluctantly because the school couldn’t find anyone else to teach - it came across to the students. As a graduating student of the MSOL, I am regretful... Read More

Sophia 6/30/2019

I had a unique, rewarding, and challenging four years at University of Redlands. The environmental studies department (EVST) was everything I was looking for, knowing that I would end up studying within the environmental field. The teachers in EVST genuinely care about their students, which I believe is largely due to the personal experiences I was a part of in my major. There were many field trips both on and off campus, and countless events to attend with other EVST students. I felt like my voice was heard... Read More

As a four-year athlete, I felt like my time at Redlands was maximized, where I was consistently balancing school, extracurricular events, my work study job, and other complexities college often brings without warning.

The one frequent complaint I have heard from other students is that the school is very small, and so is the town of Redlands. I personally believe that by getting out and exploring more areas of the Inland Empire and California as a whole, I was able to avoid feeling claustrophobic or burnt out. From Redlands, I appreciated the environment where teachers knew my name and when something was wrong, the travel experience from various labs, a sports team that quickly became my family, and an environmental program that pushed me to ask for help and explore topics and issues that were important to me.