Pepperdine University

Pepperdine University is a nonprofit, private, co-educational research college subsidiary with the Churches of Christ. The college’s grounds near the Pacific Ocean within the county of Los Angeles, and is close to Malibu which is where the Graduate School of Education and Psychology, Seaver College, Graziadio School of Business and Management, School of Public Policy and School of Law are located.

Courses are educated at the primary grounds, six graduate grounds in southern California, and at global grounds in Argentina, China, Switzerland, Italy, England and Germany. The Ed.D. program in Organizational authority, has held worldwide courses in India, Chile, Costa Rica, Argentina, China and Belize.

The primary grounds are situated among a few edges that disregard the Pacific Ocean and the Pacific Coast Highway in Malibu, California. It has been depicted as without a doubt a standout amongst the loveliest school grounds in the United States. The primary grounds entrance street rises a lofty, all around prepared green incline past a gigantic adapted cross, which is called the Phillips Theme Tower, which symbolizes the commitment of the college to the Christian mission. Most structures were developed in what is called the reinterpretation of the Mediterranean Revival type of style for the design. Most of the development on the fundamental grounds was finished in 1973. There are perspectives of Long Beach, Catalina Island, Pacific Ocean, and Palos Verdes Peninsula and the westside of Los Angeles from various focuses. Scene engineers Scharfman and Armstrong were in charge of the grounds green space arranging and plan.

Graduations occur at Alumni Park, a wide span of grass sitting above Pacific Coast Highway and the Pacific Ocean. The primary scholastic court for undergrad projects of Seaver College lies simply above Alumni Park and incorporates Ahmanson Fine Arts Center, Payson Library, Tyler Campus Center and Stauffer Chapel. Undergrad lodging and athletic offices sit toward the north and northwest of the scholarly perplexing. The Law School exists significantly higher over these zones. The focal grounds are encompassed by a circle street comprising of John Tyler Drive, Seaver Drive, and Huntsinger Circle. Banowsky Boulevard isolates Alumni Park from the principle scholarly unpredictable and is named out of appreciation for William S. Banowsky, the fourth leader of Pepperdine.

There are streets toward the east of the focal piece of grounds prompt staff lodging. Toward the northwest, Via Pacifica twists tough to the Drescher Graduate Campus, finished in 2003 and home to the School of Public Policy, the Villa Graziadio meeting focus, and in addition the full-time projects of the Graziadio School of Business and Management and the Graduate School of Education and Psychology. Lodging for graduate understudies, undergrad respects understudies, and staff are likewise situated here.

The Graduate School of Education and Psychology and Graziadio School of Business and Management are headquartered at the Howard Hughes Center in West Los Angeles. These two schools likewise offer projects at graduate grounds in Westlake Village, Santa Clara, Irvine, and Encino. Global projects for the college have been in spots, for example, Tokyo, Hong Kong, Chiang Mai, Brisbane, Tegucigalpa, Johannesburg, Lausanne, Madrid, Paris, Buenos Aires, Florence, Heidelberg, and London.