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Pepperdine University

Pepperdine Academics

Experience your intellectual, personal, and spiritual growth at Pepperdine, recognized nationally for maintaining the highest standards of excellence in undergraduate and graduate education. Composed of five distinct schools, Pepperdine University offers rigorous programs, valuable resources, and countless opportunities that will enable you to pursue your desired course of study.

 


 

Programs and Degrees

Undergraduate Studies

Seaver College has over 46 majors and 47 minors to choose from within eight, interdisciplinary academic divisions of liberal arts and business programs.

Graduate Studies

Pepperdine's five schools and Seaver College offer master's, doctoral, MBA, and joint degree programs at the Malibu, Calabasas, and West LA campuses. 

Online Learning

Explore career advancement options offered with Pepperdine's online graduate programs. 


 

Pepperdine At a Glance

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13:1 Faculty-Student Ratio

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Six International Campuses

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87 Degree Programs

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#55 USNWR Best Value

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Pepperdine University is accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC). Our schools for business, education and psychology, law, liberal arts, and public policy have additional accreditations and affiliations with prestigious honor societies.

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Faculty and students at Pepperdine conduct world-class research across multiple disciplines. Discover an exceptional educational experience that puts students at the center of the institution.

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Over half of Seaver College students and hundreds of graduate scholars choose to study abroad with Pepperdine each year. Embark on a life-changing experience designed for intellectual and personal expansion.


 


 

Institutional and Student Learning and Outcomes

The expected learning outcomes reflect Pepperdine's core commitments and institutional values.

  • Institutional Learning Outcomes (ILOs) represent the knowledge, skills, and attitudes that all Pepperdine students are expected to acquire upon completion of their degree from Pepperdine University.
  • Student Learning Outcomes (SLOs) are measurable expectations that are formed from the model of the Institutional Learning Outcomes per the core commitments from the Strategic Plan and institutional values of purpose, service, and leadership.
Student Learning Outcomes
  Knowledge and Scholarship Faith and Heritage Community and Global Understanding
Purpose Demonstrate expertise in an academic or professional discipline, display proficiency in the discipline, and engage in the process of academic discovery. Appreciate the complex relationship between faith, learning, and practice. Develop and enact a compelling personal and professional vision that values diversity.
Service Apply knowledge to real-world challenges. Respond to the call to serve others. Demonstrate commitment to service and civic engagement.
Leadership Think critically and creatively, communicate clearly, and act with integrity. Practice responsible conduct and allow decisions and directions to be informed by a value-centered life. Use global and local leadership opportunities in pursuit of justice.

 


 

Student Resources

This sampling of information may be of interest as you learn more about the Pepperdine Wave experience.