2 BRANDMAN UNIVERSITY CATALOG 2 MESSAGE FROM THE CHANCELLOR Commitment to Access and Collaboration Established more than 50 years ago, Brandman University (formerly Chapman University College) is committed to providing quality undergraduate and graduate degrees, certificates, teaching credentials and professional development programs to working adults online and at campuses throughout California and Washington. As we move into our next 50 years, we have a new vision to be the leader in the evolution of adult education. To expand our educational opportunities for working students, in 2009 Chapman University announced the renaming of Chapman University College to Brandman University, a separate, fully accredited university, and the first member of the Chapman University System. This transition was born of the desire to offer an increasing diversity of degrees through innovative online and on-campus approaches to a greater number of adult students in California, Washington, the United States and abroad. As Brandman University, we are able to be highly innovative as we expand our services to meet the needs of adult students. As part of Chapman University, we will continue to proudly uphold the heritage of academic excellence synonymous with a Chapman degree since I personally invite you to become acquainted with us and experience the vision and core values that drive us - quality academic programs, innovative delivery systems, and personalized student services. You can visit one of our campuses located throughout California and Washington, or online at to see how we can help you expand your intellectual and professional horizons. Gary Brahm Chancellor
3 3 BRANDMAN UNIVERSITY CATALOG Table of Contents MESSAGE FROM THE CHANCELLOR... 2 CONDITIONS OF ACCURACY... 9 NON-DISCRIMINATION POLICY... 9 ACADEMIC CALENDAR Fall Trimester August 31, 2015 December 20, Spring Trimester January 11, 2016 May 1, Summer Trimester May 2, 2016 August 21, Graduate Comprehensive Examination BRANDMAN AT A GLANCE GENERAL INFORMATION FINANCIAL AID AND EXPENSES TUITION AND FEES ADMISSION UNDERGRADUATE ADMISSION GRADUATE ADMISSION ACADEMIC POLICIES AND PROCEDURES UNDERGRADUATE CREDIT-HOUR BASED ACADEMIC POLICIES AND PROCEDURES UNDERGRADUATE COMPETENCY-BASED ACADEMIC POLICIES AND PROCEDURES GRADUATE CREDIT-HOUR ACADEMIC POLICIES AND PROCEDURES UNDERGRADUATE DEGREE REQUIREMENTS GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS SCHOOL OF ARTS AND SCIENCES ASSOCIATE OF ARTS IN GENERAL EDUCATION BACHELOR OF ARTS IN APPLIED STUDIES BACHELOR OF ARTS IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE Minor in Criminal Justice BACHELOR OF ARTS IN LEGAL STUDIES Minor in Legal Studies BACHELOR OF ARTS IN LIBERAL STUDIES
4 BRANDMAN UNIVERSITY CATALOG 4 I. The Multiple Subjects Teaching Emphasis II. Integrated California Multiple Subjects Teaching Credential Emphasis BACHELOR OF ARTS IN PSYCHOLOGY Minor in Psychology BACHELOR OF ARTS IN SOCIAL SCIENCE BACHELOR OF ARTS IN SOCIOLOGY Minor in Sociology BACHELOR OF ARTS IN SOCIAL WORK Minor in Social Work Undergraduate Certificates Undergraduate Certificate: Nutrition and Wellness MASTER OF ARTS IN PSYCHOLOGY Marriage and Family Therapy Emphasis Counseling Emphasis Professional Clinical Counseling Emphasis Combined Marriage and Family Therapy and Professional Clinical Counseling Emphases Option SCHOOL OF BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL STUDIES BACHELOR OF ARTS IN ORGANIZATIONAL LEADERSHIP Minor in Organizational Leadership BACHELOR OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (CREDIT HOUR) BACHELOR OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (COMPETENCY-BASED) BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN COMPUTING TECHNOLOGY MASTER OF ARTS IN ORGANIZATIONAL LEADERSHIP Graduate Certificate: Organizational Leadership Executive Certificate: Public and Nonprofit Leadership MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Graduate Certificate: Business Administration Graduate Certificate: Business Sustainability MASTER OF PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION Graduate Certificate: Public Administration MASTER OF SCIENCE IN HUMAN RESOURCES Graduate Certificate: Human Resources
5 5 BRANDMAN UNIVERSITY CATALOG Concentration: Human Resource Development Concentration: Human Resources Management Graduate Certificate: Global Human Resources SCHOOL OF EDUCATION BACHELOR OF ARTS IN EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION TEACHING CREDENTIAL PROGRAMS MULTIPLE SUBJECT CREDENTIAL PROGRAM SINGLE SUBJECT CREDENTIAL PROGRAM SPECIAL EDUCATION PRELIMINARY EDUCATION SPECIALIST Preliminary Education Specialist, Mild/Moderate and/or Moderate/Severe Credential(s) Preliminary Education Specialist Credential Early Childhood Special Education PROFESSIONAL AUTHORIZATIONS IN EDUCATION Multiple Subject Added Authorization Single Subject Added Authorization Autism Spectrum Disorders, added Authorization Early Childhood Special Education, added Authorization Transitional Kindergarten Certificate MASTER OF ARTS IN EDUCATION (MAE) MASTER OF ARTS IN EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIP AND ADMINISTRATION WITH PRELIMINARY ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES CREDENTIAL EDUCATION SPECIALIST DEGREE IN SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGY (ED.S.) AND A MASTER OF ARTS IN EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY WITH A PUPIL PERSONNEL SERVICES CREDENTIAL IN SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGY (PPSP) MASTER OF ARTS IN SPECIAL EDUCATION MASTER OF ARTS IN TEACHING (MAT) Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) in Elementary Education with 2042 Multiple Subject Credential Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) in Secondary Education with 2042 Single Subject Credential Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) with Preliminary Education Specialist, Mild/Moderate and/or Moderate/Severe Credential(s) Ed.D. IN ORGANIZATIONAL LEADERSHIP MARYBELLE AND S. PAUL MUSCO SCHOOL OF NURSING AND HEALTH PROFESSIONS BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN NURSING
6 BRANDMAN UNIVERSITY CATALOG 6 Graduate Certificate: Health Administration DOCTOR OF NURSING PRACTICE (DNP) DEGREE IN NURSING Post Masters (PM) to Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) Entry Option # PM-DNP Adding a Specialty Option # Bachelor of Science in Nursing to Doctor of Nursing Practice Entry Option # Post Doctoral Nurse Practitioner Certificates SCHOOL OF EXTENDED EDUCATION EDUCATION/PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT FOR PRE K-12 TEACHERS, ADMINISTRATORS AND PARAPROFESSIONALS BUSINESS PROGRAMS LEADERSHIP PROGRAMS HEALTH, WELLNESS AND SCIENCE PROGRAMS TECHNOLOGY Office & Windows Programming: CORPORATE TRAINING AND CUSTOM SOLUTIONS TRAINING AND ORGANIZATION DEVELOPMENT CONSULTING SERVICES COURSE DESCRIPTIONS ACCOUNTING ART BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION CHEMISTRY COMPUTER SCIENCE COMMUNICATION COUNSELING AND SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGY CRIMINAL JUSTICE ECONOMICS EDUCATION Early Childhood Education (ECED) Educational Leadership & Administration (EDAD) Educational Administration (EDAU) Curriculum and Instruction (EDCI) Multiple Subject (EDMU)
7 7 BRANDMAN UNIVERSITY CATALOG Doctorate in Education Organizational Leadership (EDOL) Single Subject (EDSU) Special Education Student Teaching (EDTU) Education (EDUU) ENGLISH ENTREPRENEURSHIP ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES FINANCE FOOD SCIENCE AND NUTRITION FOREIGN LANGUAGE Spanish HEALTHCARE ADMINISTRATION HISTORY HUMAN RESOURCES HUMANITIES LIBERAL STUDIES MANAGEMENT MARKETING MATHEMATICS MUSIC NATURAL SCIENCE NURSING Bachelor of Science in Nursing Doctor of Nursing Practice ORGANIZATIONAL LEADERSHIP PHILOSOPHY POLITICAL SCIENCE PSYCHOLOGY PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION RELIGIOUS STUDIES SOCIAL SCIENCE SOCIOLOGY
8 BRANDMAN UNIVERSITY CATALOG 8 STATE AUTHORIZATION DIRECTORIES ACADEMIC CAMPUSES
9 9 BRANDMAN UNIVERSITY CATALOG CONDITIONS OF ACCURACY The information within is accurate at the time of publication. Students are responsible for informing themselves of and satisfactorily meeting all requirements pertinent to their relationship with the University. Brandman University reserves the right to make changes without notification as circumstances demand with reference to admission, registration, tuition and fees, attendance, curriculum requirements, student conduct, academic standing, candidacy, and graduation. NON-DISCRIMINATION POLICY Brandman University admits qualified students of any race, color, national or ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the institution. Brandman University does not discriminate on the basis of sex, race, color, national or ethnic origin, or disability in the administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and other school-administered programs, and employment. The University recognizes that students with documented disabilities, such as mobility, sensory, health, psychological and learning disorders may need additional resources to enable successful completion of academic coursework. Brandman University will make efforts to provide reasonable accommodations to the extent that they do not compromise the integrity of any degree or certificate, do not fundamentally alter the nature of a program, or are unduly burdensome to the institution.
10 BRANDMAN UNIVERSITY CATALOG 10 ACADEMIC CALENDAR Fall Trimester August 31, 2015 December 20, 2015 Fall Session I 2015 August 31, 2015 October 25, 2015 Last day for 100% Tuition and Fees Refund August 30 First day of instruction August 31 Tuition and Fees Due August 31 Last day to add classes September 6 Last day for 90% Tuition and Fees Refund September 6 Labor Day (Administrative Offices Closed) September 7 Last day to drop classes without record of enrollment September 13 Last day for 80% Tuition and Fees Refund September 13 Last day to withdraw from classes without receiving an FW October 11 Last day for change of grade option October 11 Last day of instruction October 25 All Grades due October 30 Fall Session II 2015 October 26, 2015 December 20, 2015 Last day for 100% Tuition and Fees Refund October 25 First day of instruction October 26 Tuition and Fees Due October 26 Last day to add classes November 1 Last day for 90% Tuition and Fees Refund November 1 Last day to drop classes without record of enrollment November 8 Last day for 80% Tuition and Fees Refund November 8 Graduate Comprehensive Examination Deadline to Apply November 20 Thanksgiving (Administration Offices closed) November 26, 27 Last day to withdraw from classes without receiving an FW December 6 Last day for change of grade option December 6 Graduate Comprehensive Examinations December 19 Last day of instruction December 20 All Grades due December 26 Winter Break (No classes) December 21, 2015 January 10, 2016
11 11 BRANDMAN UNIVERSITY CATALOG Spring Trimester January 11, 2016 May 1, 2016 Spring Session I 2016 January 11, 2016 March 6, 2016 Last day for 100% Tuition and Fees Refund January 10 First day of instruction January 11 Tuition and Fees Due January 11 Last day to add classes January 17 Last day for 90% Tuition and Fees Refund January 17 Last day to drop classes without record of enrollment January 24 Last day for 80% Tuition and Fees Refund January 24 Last day to withdraw from classes without receiving an FW February 21 Last day for change of grade option February 21 Last day of instruction March 6 All Grades due March 11 Spring Session II 2016 March 7, 2016 May 1, 2016 Last day for 100% Tuition and Fees Refund March 6 First day of instruction March 7 Tuition and Fees Due March 7 Last day to add classes March 13 Last day for 90% Tuition and Fees Refund March 13 Last day to drop classes without record of enrollment March 20 Last day for 80% Tuition and Fees Refund March 20 Graduate Comprehensive Examination Deadline to Apply April 1 Last day to withdraw from classes without receiving an FW April 17 Last day for change of grade option April 17 Graduate Comprehensive Examinations April 30 Last day of instruction May 1 All Grades due May 6
12 BRANDMAN UNIVERSITY CATALOG 12 Summer Trimester May 2, 2016 August 21, 2016 Summer Session I 2016 May 2, 2016 June 26, 2016 Last day for 100% Tuition and Fees Refund May 1 First day of instruction May 2 Tuition and Fees Due May 2 Last day to add classes May 8 Last day for 90% Tuition and Fees Refund May 8 Last day to drop classes without record of enrollment May 15 Last day for 80% Tuition and Fees Refund May 15 Memorial Day (Administrative Offices closed) May 30 Last day to withdraw from classes without receiving an FW June 12 Last day for change of grade option June 12 Last day of instruction June 26 All Grades due July 1 Summer Session II 2016 June 27, 2016 August 21, 2016 Last day for 100% Tuition and Fees Refund June 26 First day of instruction June 27 Tuition and Fees Due June 27 Last day to add classes July 3 Last day for 90% Tuition and Fees Refund July 3 Independence Day (Administrative Offices Closed) July 4 Last day to drop classes without record of enrollment July 10 Last day for 80% Tuition and Fees Refund July 10 Graduate Comprehensive Examination Deadline to Apply July 22 Last day to withdraw from classes without receiving an FW August 7 Last day for change of grade option August 7 Graduate Comprehensive Examinations August 20 Last day of instruction August 21 All Grades due August 26 Continuing education and professional development courses offered by the School of Extended Education may not adhere to the dates on the academic calendar above. Dates pertinent to registration and refunds vary by course and may be viewed in more detail at Graduate Comprehensive Examination Graduate Comprehensive Examination dates and application deadlines are as follows: Comprehensive Exam Dates Deadline to Apply August 22, 2015 July 24, 2015 December 19, 2015 November 20, 2015 April 30, 2016 April 1, 2016 August 20, 2016 July 22, 2016 Information on Degree Conferral and deadlines for Commencement is available in MyBrandman under the Brandman Student Tab
13 13 BRANDMAN UNIVERSITY CATALOG Brandman University BRANDMAN AT A GLANCE History For more than 50 years, Brandman University campuses have served thousands of adult students who are interested in integrating higher education into their already busy lives. The central goal of Brandman University is to help students develop their talents through an education that provides lasting value and relevance to their evolving careers. Chapman s first adult program began at Marine Corps Air Station El Toro in 1958 and soon, other branches of the military requested degree programs for all military personnel. Steeped in a rich heritage offering college programs to working adults, in 2009 our name changed from Chapman University College to Brandman University to reflect our evolving mission. The majority of our campuses are now community based, but Brandman still maintains a strong presence on many military bases. A wide range of graduate and undergraduate degree programs, certificates and professional development programs are offered at locations throughout California and Washington, as well as online. All of Brandman s programs extend the educational objectives and historic purpose of Chapman University by recognizing and enhancing academic opportunities for non-traditional students. The University's reputation for quality and excellence is reinforced in every community it serves. Today, Brandman University offers academic schedules with new sessions that start every 8 weeks on a year-round basis. Qualified full-time faculty and adjunct faculty serve student needs in a variety of undergraduate, graduate, credential and professional development programs. Each academic campus maintains a full-time professional staff that provides the personal attention to each student that is the hallmark of Brandman University s reputation. Unique to Brandman University is the Brandman ideal, Instructional Design for Engaged Adult Learning. This innovative model of instruction blends the best practices of teaching, curriculum design and the latest technologies to give students a competitive edge in today s technology-driven, networked world. Brandman University is the only university that has redesigned every class at every campus in response to the US Department of Education s 2009 research on the most effective instructional delivery methods for adult students. Brandman University s leadership is solely dedicated to the University s mission to provide students with a dynamic education based on excellence and flexibility that creates lasting value and relevance for evolving careers. The University is under the direction of the Chancellor of Brandman University, the Executive Vice Chancellor of Academic Affairs/Provost, the Executive Vice Chancellor of Enrollment and Student Affairs, the Executive Vice Chancellor of Finance and Administration/CFO, the Vice Chancellor of Marketing, the Vice Chancellor of Communications, the Vice Chancellor of External Affairs, the Vice
14 BRANDMAN UNIVERSITY CATALOG 14 Chancellor of Strategic Initiatives and the Chief Information Officer. This structure is designed to best meet the needs of students and the local communities served by Brandman University. Since 2009, Brandman University stands as a separate, WASC accredited university within the Chapman University System. Our dedicated focus on the adult student allows for innovative education delivery approaches and greater diversity of degrees and credentials offered both online and on campus. As a part of the Chapman University System, students are confident they will experience the same quality of instruction and distinction that has been synonymous with Chapman University since its founding in Membership Brandman University is a member of the WASC Senior College and University Commission (WSCUC) and the Association of American Colleges & Universities (AAC&U). It is also affiliated with the Council for Adult and Experiential Learning (CAEL) and a member of the National Association of Institutions for Military Education Services (NAIMES), the Online Consortium (OLC) and the University Professional and Continuing Education Association (UPCEA). Mission The mission of Brandman University is to provide students with a dynamic education based on excellence and flexibility that creates lasting value and relevance for evolving careers. The faculty of Brandman University: Believe in continuous renewal and innovation Believe in creating a participative and collaborative culture Believe in ongoing academic and professional development Value diversity and nurture respect for the contributions of all cultures Stand for quality Stand for success Vision Brandman University will be the recognized leader in the evolution of adult learning. Purpose Our purpose is to impart knowledge and skills that help students achieve their dreams. Values Innovative: We value new, viable ideas, and rigorously promote them. Respect: For each other, our students, our communities and our environment. Service-oriented: Through instruction and guidance we serve the needs of our students with knowledge and skills, putting others before ourselves
15 15 BRANDMAN UNIVERSITY CATALOG Teamwork: By supporting each other, we can accomplish more than what is possible individually. Integrity: Our personal and professional behavior is guided by honesty, ethics and conscience. Enrollment Approximately 12,000 students are enrolled in 26 academic campuses/sites throughout California and Washington. Faculty 72 full-time faculty members, more than 1,000 adjunct instructors, and guest lecturers currently working as professionals in their discipline provide a quality education of distinction to Brandman students at all locations and online. Accreditation Brandman University is accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC), Accrediting Commission for Senior Colleges and Universities, 985 Atlantic Avenue, Suite 100, Alameda California, 94501; (510) The University s teacher training and credential programs are approved by the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing (CTC). Effective November 7, 2011, the School of Nursing and Health Professions is fully accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE), One Dupont Circle, NW, Suite 530, Washington, DC (202) Doctor of Nursing Practice, Adult-Gerontology Acute Care Nurse Practitioner, Adult-Gerontology Primary Care Nurse Practitioner, and Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurse practitioner programs have all met the American Nurses Credentialing Center s (ANCC) certification eligibility educational requirements. Students who complete these programs have the educational preparation to sit for the ANCC certification in the role and population. Applicants must also meet any additional eligibility criteria in effect when they apply for certification. Doctor of Nursing Practice, Pediatric Nurse Practitioner-Acute Care program has met all of the Pediatric Nursing Certification Board s (PNCB) certification eligibility educational requirements. Students who complete this program have the educational preparation to sit for the PNCB certification in the role and population. Applicants must also meet any additional eligibility criteria in effect when they apply for certification.
16 BRANDMAN UNIVERSITY CATALOG 16 Chapman University Institutional Profile Chapman University is a 150-year-old independent institution of liberal arts and professional education dedicated to providing a solid foundation of knowledge that enables its graduates to become fully educated persons. Chapman is recognized for its liberal arts core, distinguished faculty, innovative programs and personalized attention to students. The University strives to develop in students the ability to think clearly, communicate effectively, explore issues from contrasting points of view, value human and cultural diversity and make informed ethical judgments in an increasingly complex world. History Chapman traces its roots to Hesperian College, opened on the day of Abraham Lincoln s inauguration as the sixteenth U. S. President. Hesperian and several other institutions later merged with California Christian College in Los Angeles. In 1934, the institution was renamed in recognition of its most generous benefactor, C. C. Chapman, a successful real estate investor, rancher, and pioneer Orange County church leader. The college moved to the city of Orange in In September of 1991 the college became Chapman University, further strengthening its commitment to international education and an innovative undergraduate curriculum and graduate programs. Membership Chapman is accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges, Accrediting Commission for Senior Colleges and Universities. It is also a member of the Independent Colleges of Southern California, the College Entrance Examination Board, the Western College Association, the Association of Independent California Colleges and Universities, the American Council on Education, the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education, and the Division of Higher Education of the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ).
17 17 BRANDMAN UNIVERSITY CATALOG GENERAL INFORMATION Freedom of Speech and Expression Freedom of speech is an important value within Brandman University s academic community. Students and student organizations may examine, discuss and debate any topics of interest to them within the framework of academic inquiry (with exceptions of harassing speech, threats of violence, or other perceived violations of the Student Code of Conduct and its appendices). Students may support causes by orderly means which do not disrupt the regular and essential operation of the institution. Without advance written authority from University administration, students and student organizations should not be considered to speak on behalf of the University. The complete text of the Freedom of Speech and Expression Policy is available in MyBrandman within the Student Code of Conduct appendices section. Policy Prohibiting Discrimination and Harassment Brandman University is committed to providing an educational and work environment free of unlawful discrimination and harassment in any form, including but not limited to verbal, physical, written, and visual. As described within the Harassment and Discrimination Policy, Brandman prohibits all forms of discrimination and harassment on the basis of age, race, color, religion (including religious dress and grooming practices), sex (including pregnancy, childbirth, breastfeeding, and/or related medical conditions), gender identity, gender expression, national origin, ancestry, physical and/or mental disability, medical condition, military or veteran status, marital status, sexual orientation, genetic information, or any other characteristic protected by local, state or federal law. The University also prohibits discrimination and harassment based on the perception that a person has any of the above protected characteristics, or is associated with a person who has or who is perceived as having any of the above protected characteristics. This policy applies to all University agents, employees, and students. It also applies to applicants for admission and employment, vendors, independent contractors, instructors, and other third parties doing business with the University. This policy prohibits retaliation of any kind against individuals who oppose perceived discrimination or harassment or who assist in complaints or investigations regarding potential discrimination or harassment. The complete text of the Harassment and Discrimination Policy is available in MyBrandman within the Student Code of Conduct appendices section. Brandman University does not discriminate on the basis of sex in its education programs and activities. The University and Title IX s prohibition of sex discrimination covers sexual harassment, including sexual violence. Sexual violence refers to physical sexual acts perpetrated against a person s will or where a person is incapable of giving consent due to the victim s use of drugs or alcohol, or intellectual or other disability. Sexual violence includes, but is not limited to, rape, sexual assault, sexual battery, and sexual coercion. The complete text of the Title IX Sexual Violence Policy is available in MyBrandman. Inquiries concerning the application of Title IX and complaints regarding suspected violations of this policy may be
18 BRANDMAN UNIVERSITY CATALOG 18 referred to the Title IX Coordinators in the Office of Enrollment and Student Affairs or the Office of Human Resources located at Laguna Canyon Road, Irvine, CA Local, State, and Federal Laws Students attending Brandman are subject to local, state, and federal laws. Brandman reserves the right to impose institutional sanctions (as described in the Student Code of Conduct) for violations of public laws, even when such violations occur off University property. Students may also be subject to civil and/or criminal charges for offenses on Brandman property if such offenses violate local, state, or federal laws. Financial Responsibility Brandman University requires that all students who enroll in classes read and accept the Tuition and Fees Master Payment Contract. The Master Payment Contract signed by the student will remain in effect indefinitely unless material changes are made to the contract, in which case the student will be notified and advised to accept an updated contract for the upcoming term. This contract informs the student of their rights and responsibilities regarding payment of tuition and fees and is valid until all charges due are paid in full. The contract also provides the student with important information regarding University Records, Interest Charges, Tuition Refund Policy, Account Statement, Brandman University address, and Change of Status. Failure to accept the Tuition and Fee Master Payment Contract will result in a registration hold on the student s account and may result in withdrawal from classes. The full text of Master Payment Contract can be found at: https://services.brandman.edu/banner/masterpaymentcontract_english.pdf School of Extended Education The School of Extended Education provides academic credit and non-credit bearing courses, programs, certifications, and certificates providing opportunities for individuals, business organizations and governmental entities. Through Extended Education offerings, individuals can obtain lower cost academic credit toward Brandman degree programs before being admitted to the University or fully committing to a degree. Certificate and Certification programs allow students to prepare for new careers, augment degree programs, or demonstrate mastery over and above degrees already obtained, thereby providing specializations. Extended Education offerings also provide opportunities to obtain professional development and CEU credits often required to move up salary scales, maintain certifications and transition into new career paths. Businesses, government agencies and nonprofits utilize Extended Education custom solutions to develop and train their workforces. Courses are delivered face to face, online and in blended formats at campuses throughout the Brandman system as well as onsite for business clients and other cohort groups. All programming can be customized to align with needs and objectives of business clients and other cohorts. Business services such as needs assessments, strategic planning facilitation, coaching, and delivery of assessment tools are also available. Education plans are prepared to assist students in utilizing Extended Education programming in order to align with professional and personal goals.
19 19 BRANDMAN UNIVERSITY CATALOG MyBrandman MyBrandman is the student and staff online portal with both mobile friendly and full website access. MyBrandman is designed to provide easy 24/7 access to the essential student resources, including academic advising, disability services, career services, student conduct information, academic policies and procedures, financial resources, technological resources, our active duty military/veteran community and much more. Quick links provides access to many of the key online systems used throughout an academic career such as the virtual library, Blackboard and Self Service for registration, grade and transcript information, and access to degree audit plans. Future students are provided access to MyBrandman at the time they submit an official application to Brandman University or enroll as nondegree students. The Competency Based Education (CBE) MyBrandman site provides resources specifically for the CBE student, including information about enrollment and registration, learning outcomes, the Competency Intro Module (CIM), as well as additional information. Confidentiality of Student Records Brandman University is committed to the protection and confidentiality of student educational records, adhering closely to the guidelines established by the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act a federal legislation established to regulate access and maintenance of student educational records. The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) affords student certain rights with respect to their education records, including the right to inspect their education records, request an amendment of the records that the student believes are inaccurate, and the right to control disclosures of their records except to the extent that FERPA authorizes disclosure without consent. (It is important to note that all rights to access move to the student when that student is in a post-secondary education institution; parents, spouses, and significant others have no inherent right to access to student educational records.) Educational records for the most part include, with certain exceptions, all records maintained in any medium, which can identify the student. Access to the Notification, student release forms, and directory hold request are available in MyBrandman. Office of Student Concerns (OSC) When students have a question, concern, or complaint regarding their Brandman experience, they should always initially contact their campus director for guidance and possible resolution. However there may be circumstances when students are still uncertain as to University policies and procedures, appropriate channels of communication or alternative options available for resolving disputes. Students may then contact the OSC for guidance. The OSC provides informal assistance in providing recommended actions to help resolve conflicts, disputes or providing contact with appropriate resources. The OSC is an advocate for the fair resolution of a problem, not for any particular party, and gives equal attention to the rights for all concerned. To submit a ticket of concern with the OSC, the
20 BRANDMAN UNIVERSITY CATALOG 20 student can log into MyBrandman and click on the link for the Office of Student Concerns under the Student Services section. Library Resources and Services The library s homepage (www.chapman.edu/library) is the starting point for accessing more than 322,000 books, over 16,000 e-books, 246 online databases, and 62,000 full-text journals, which are available 24/7. Students, faculty, and staff may borrow books and media from the library's extensive physical collections. Items are sent directly to the borrower s home and supplemented by an efficient document delivery and interlibrary loan service through the Annenberg Satellite Education Information Center. Library instruction is available throughout the academic year, ensuring that students are connected to the information resources they need to succeed in their courses. Faculty may request library instruction sessions for their blended and online courses. Students may request Individual Reference Consultations (IRC) for research assistance. Contact the Coordinator of Brandman University Library Services for research assistance, to request a library instruction session, or to schedule an IRC at (800) Ext. 2 or For weekend assistance, contact the Leatherby Libraries Reference Desk at / (714) or (800) Ext. 3. A basic guide for navigating the library is available at The Office of Disability Services Accessible Education The Office of Disability Services Accessible Education at Brandman University is committed to ensuring equal educational access and opportunity for all members of our academic community. The Office strives to maximize each student s educational potential by helping to develop self-advocacy, responsibility, and independence, and to promote personal growth. Students will be provided timely, efficient, and equitable accommodations and services that are in compliance with Section 504 of the Federal Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA)/Americans with Disabilities Act Amendments Act of 2008 (ADAA). The Office works individually with each student to develop an effective and comprehensive accommodation plan. In addition to providing direct service to our students, the Office of Disability Services also acts as a liaison between students, administrators, faculty, and other staff members to ensure the facilitation of accommodation plans that are reasonable and appropriate. Brandman University strictly prohibits any form of discrimination on the basis of an individual s disability. By providing full access to qualified students with disabilities, Brandman University demonstrates its belief that the university community will greatly benefit from the skills and talents of these individuals. If you are a Brandman University student with a documented disability, inquire about the Office of Disabilities Services with your Academic Advisor. If you are interested in accommodations and services, access
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