Corban College has lengthened its name in order to reflect additional program offerings. “Corban College and Graduate School is now the designation that shows we are more than an undergraduate college,” said the school's president, Dr. Reno Hoff.
“With Graduate Studies in Education available since 2004, a Master’s in Business Administration degree program coming in January 2008, and plans for expansion of the graduate program in the future, we want to remind our constituents and community of all that we offer," he said.
Corban offers 45 majors and program options. In 1991 the adult degree program was added to allow working adults an opportunity to finish their undergraduate degree on campus or online, and the addition of the graduate programs is seen a continuum of its academic portfolio.
For the past five years Corban has been ranked by U.S. News & World Report in the top ten of America’s Best Colleges 2007 for comprehensive colleges-bachelor’s in the West.
The school’s byline continues to be “Dedicating Heart and Mind to God.”