Pepperdine University is an independent, private Christian university enrolling more than 7,500 students in its five colleges and schools. They draw students from every state of the union and from more than 90 countries worldwide. Pepperdine University is considered to be among the nation's finest universities, regarded for its high academic standards, its nationally acclaimed Division I athletics program, and its commitment to serving the needs of each and every Pepperdine student. The world-renowned, picturesque Malibu campus is home to the undergraduate school, Seaver College, to the Schools of Law and Public Policy, and to programs of the Graziadio School of Business and Management and the Graduate School of Education and Psychology. Additionally, Pepperdine university's graduate campuses, located throughout Southern California, afford convenient access to mid-career adults pursuing bachelor’s degrees in business, and advanced degrees in business, education, and psychology. Seaver College, located in Malibu, California, provides Pepperdine University's undergraduate studies in letters, arts and sciences. Such a place furnishes students an opportunity to study at the edge of the Pacific Rim and the greater Los Angeles basin. Beyond Malibu, Seaver College has international programs in Florence, Heidelberg, London, Lausanne, Shanghai, and Buenos Aires, allowing students to live and learn in a wide variety of settings.