Woodbury University is a private, non-profit, coeducational, nonsectarian university located in Burbank, California
Woodbury University offers undergraduate and graduate degrees from four schools. Woodbury University school was founded in 1884 as Woodbury’s Business College by its namesake, F. C. Woodbury. Currently Woodbury University comprises three schools and one institute, including graduate and undergraduate programs.
The enrollment is quite diversified as it enrolls approximately 39% white, non-Hispanic students; 28% Hispanic students; 9% Asian students; 17% international students; and 4% African-American students.
2014 Money Magazine ranked the school 15th nationally out of the top 25 Colleges That Add the Most Value.
Currently Woodbury University comprises three schools and one institute, including graduate and undergraduate programs: Business; Architecture; Media, Culture & Design; and Transdisciplinary Studies, offering undergraduate degrees in Business, Architecture, Animation, Fashion Design, Graphic Design, Interior Architecture, Psychology, Communication, Politics and History, Organizational Leadership, and Interdisciplinary Studies and graduate degrees in Business, Architecture, and Organizational Leadership.
2014 Money Magazine ranked Woodbury University 15th nationally out of the top 25 Colleges That Add the Most Value.’ This recognition identifies Woodbury as a school that truly changes the trajectory of its students. US News & World Report: Best Colleges Rankings (West) – #56 Regional Universities | #18 Best Colleges for Veterans.