Founded in 1950 by the California Southern Baptist Convention, CBU offers 150 undergraduate majors and concentrations, plus an additional 33 graduate majors and credentials. The campus offers one of the region’s largest aquatic centers and the JoAnn Hawkins Music building is one of the nation’s most advanced music production and recording facilities. The university has been named the 2013 U.S. News & World Report Best Regional College.
College of Allied Health
College of Architecture, Visual Arts and Design
College of Arts and Sciences
College of Engineering
School of Behavioral Sciences
School of Business
School of Christian Ministries
School of Education
School of Music
School of Nursing
Online and Professional Studies
For specific programs of studies in undergraduate, graduate, certificate and online areas go the Academics Programs on the website.
Undergraduate (Daytime) Tuition and Fees
As tuition has steadily increased at many colleges and universities around the country, California Baptist University has chosen to hold the line as much as possible. By keeping tuition costs affordable while enabling students to secure financial aid, we’ve remained within reach of many students who thought larger, taxpayer-subsidized public schools were their only option. As a result, more and more students are able to enjoy the personal and purposeful education CBU delivers.
For specific information go to the tuition and fees page on the website.