Seaver College of Letters, Arts, and Sciences
Seaver College is the flagship college of Pepperdine University's five schools. Home to its residential undergraduate program in Malibu, California, the college enrolls approximately 3,000 baccalaureate students, offering 46 majors and 47 minors in traditional liberal arts curriculum based on a Christian worldview. With a student/faculty ratio of 13:1, Seaver emphasizes student-centered teaching by holistically investing in each and every student.
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Caruso School of Law
Pepperdine Caruso School of Law has risen further and faster than any private law school in America. No other place can match our distinctive Pepperdine community marked by excellence, Christian values, and rigorous legal training. Diverse in our background and faiths, we are united in our commitment to embolden you to reach higher than you ever thought possible.
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Graziadio Business School
Founded in 1969, the Graziadio Business School is anchored in the core values of integrity and innovation, and is dedicated to shaping purpose-driven leaders that drive meaningful, positive change in their global organizations and communities.
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Graduate School of Education and Psychology
Pepperdine University Graduate School of Education and Psychology (GSEP) provides innovative academic programs dedicated to building scholar-practitioners through hands-on learning. We shape individuals who will be catalysts for inspiration and change.
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School of Public Policy
Pepperdine School of Public Policy prepares public leaders who can work across differences and across sectors to create sustainable policy solutions. Through a distinctive curriculum shaped by the late, great social scientist, Dr. James Q. Wilson, our students learn to not only consider the quantitative aspects of policy decisions, but to also analyze politics from historical, philosophical, and faith perspectives—to employ what Dr. Wilson called our "moral sense."
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