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Malibu Campus

Nestled in the rolling foothills of the Santa Monica Mountains, the Malibu campus commands a majestic view of the Pacific Ocean. The winding seashore, the rugged beauty of Malibu Canyon and the clean ocean air enhance the towering campus location. Less than an hour from downtown Los Angeles, Malibu is a short drive from many of the area's premier cultural and recreational centers.

Pepperdine University
24255 Pacific Coast Highway
Malibu, CA 90263
(310) 506-4000

Full-Time Degree Programs in Malibu

Most degree programs offered at the Pepperdine University home campus in Malibu, California, are considered full-time and residential (requiring residence either on campus or within reasonable commuting distance to the Malibu area). All five schools offer full-time programs on the Malibu campus.

Seaver College (liberal arts school, undergrad and graduate)
  BA, BS (40+ various disciplines)
  MA, MFA, MDiv, MS (various disciplines)
Graziadio School of Business and Management
  Full-time MBA, International MBA, MS in Applied Finance, MS in Global Business,
  MS in Accounting
Graduate School of Education and Psychology  MA in Clinical Psychology with an Emphasis in MFT (Daytime Format)
School of Law
  JD, Master of Dispute Resolution, LLM in Dispute Resolution
School of Public Policy
  Master of Public Policy

Part-Time Degree Programs in Malibu

Graziadio School of Business and Management
  Executive MBA
  Presidents and Key Executives MBA
School of Law
  Master of Dispute Resolution (MDR)
  LLM in Dispute Resolution
(Flexible weekend, afternoon, and evening course scheduling offer access to these programs for students who can commute to Malibu.)

Part-Time Degree Programs Throughout Southern California

Many graduate degrees and one bachelor's-completion degree (business) are offered at our four graduate campuses located throughout the Southland—West L.A., Encino, Irvine, and Westlake Village—and at our learning center in Silicon Valley. Course schedules at the graduate campuses are designed for working professionals to easily complete their degrees in afternoons, evenings, and weekends. Click on desired locations for more information.

Maps

Interactive Malibu Campus Map

Interactive Malibu Campus Map

  • Navigate campus venues from an aerial view using your computer or mobile device
  • Zoom in to destinations and view detailed photos
  • Locate your position on campus using GPS coordinates

Central Campus Map

Drescher Campus Map

Full Malibu Campus Map

Malibu Map

 

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Driving Directions

From Los Angeles International Airport (LAX)
Distance: 25 miles.
Time: 45 min to an hour.

  • From the airport, proceed to I-405, the San Diego Freeway.
  • Head north on I-405 to Interstate 10, the Santa Monica Freeway.
  • Head west on I-10 toward Santa Monica and the ocean. Follow I-10 until it merges with Pacific Coast Hwy (California Highway 1).
  • Go north on Highway 1 for approximately 14 miles into Malibu.
  • Turn right on Malibu Canyon Road (traffic signal).
  • Turn left at the next traffic signal, which is Seaver Drive.
  • Stop at the information booth for a visitor pass and parking instructions.

From Orange County, San Diego and points south of Los Angeles

  • Head north on the I-405, the San Diego Freeway to I-10, the Santa Monica Freeway.
  • Head west on the I-10 toward Santa Monica and the ocean.
  • Follow I-10 until it merges with Pacific Coast Hwy (California Highway 1).
  • Go north on Highway 1 for approximately 14 miles into Malibu. Turn right on Malibu Canyon Road (traffic signal).
  • Turn left at the next traffic signal, which is Seaver Drive.
  • Stop at the information booth for a visitor pass and parking instructions.

From points east of Los Angeles

  • Head west on Interstate 10 (I-10 is called the San Bernardino Freeway east of Downtown Los Angeles and the Santa Monica Freeway west of downtown).
  • Follow I-10 until it merges with Pacific Coast Hwy (California Highway 1).
  • Go north on Highway 1 for approximately 14 miles into Malibu.
  • Turn right on Malibu Canyon Road (traffic signal).
  • Turn left at the next traffic signal, which is Seaver Drive.
  • Stop at the information booth for a visitor pass and parking instructions.

From the north on Interstate 5

  • Head south on Interstate 5 and continue south on Interstate 405 into the San Fernando Valley.
  • At the Ventura Freeway (U.S.
  • Highway 101) head north toward Ventura.
  • Exit at Malibu Canyon/Las Virgenes Road.
  • At the end of the ramp turn left and proceed for 9 miles through Malibu Canyon.
  • Turn right at Seaver Drive (traffic signal) and get a visitor's pass and parking instructions from the information booth.

From Pasadena/ San Gabriel Valley

  • Go west on the Foothill Freeway (I-210) to Pasadena.
  • At the Highway 134 go west to Glendale and Burbank.
  • At the 101 Freeway go west toward Ventura.
  • Proceed on the 101 Freeway for several miles.
  • Exit at Malibu Canyon/Las Virgenes Road.
  • At the end of the ramp turn left and proceed for 9 miles through Malibu Canyon.
  • Turn right at Seaver Drive (traffic signal) and get a visitor's pass and parking instructions from the information booth.

From the north on Hwy 101/Santa Barbara and Thousand Oaks

  • Exit at Malibu Canyon/Las Virgenes Road.
  • At the end of the ramp turn right and proceed for 9 miles through Malibu Canyon.
  • Turn right at Seaver Drive (traffic signal) and get a visitor's pass and parking instructions from the information booth.