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Student Life at Graziadio Business School

An Experience for Everyone

Whether you're a working professional pursuing a degree part-time, or immersed in full-time study, you will expand your thinking and widen your network as a Graziadio Business School student.

Small classes and accessible faculty mean you're part of a close-knit, high calibre community that supports your advancement and helps strengthen and clarify your aspirations.


Graziadio Hallmarks

The Graziadio Business School is driven by time-tested concepts that assure an education of the highest standard of ethics and academic achievement. We incorporate these hallmarks into our curriculum, our academic approach, and our daily interaction.

Life at Pepperdine

Full Time Students at Pepperdine Graziadio Business School

Life as a Full-Time Student

Full-time classes meet at various times during the week at our Malibu campus, which is recognized by The Princeton Review as one of the most beautiful places to study in the nation. Get the full Pepperdine experience as you pursue an advanced degree in an inspired setting with ocean views and access to a variety of student services.

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Part-Time Students at Pepperdine Graziadio Business School

Life as a Part-Time Student

For those who have families, full-time jobs, or travel often, our part-time programs are a great fit for a busy life. Regardless of where or you attend your classes, or how you pace your education, you earn the same degree as your peers. Our campus locations are all centrally located near resources like gyms and restaurants.

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Clubs and Organizations

Clubs and Organizations

At the Graziadio Business School, students connect and challenge one another outside the classroom. These gatherings allow students to engage in a relaxed setting on topics that are either relevant to your studies, or of particular interest to you for other reasons.

Digital innovation, entrepreneurship, leadership skills, and Christian business practice are just a few examples of group focuses.