In preparation for a BSN program, Brandman offers prerequisites for the RN to BSN program to provide students a head start. While not all courses are offered simultaneously, they are offered in a combination to help satisfy prerequisite requirements in a timely and doable manner.
Admission to the University is not required. Courses available are:
Between class, lesson planning, and administrative commitments, it can be difficult for educators to find time for their own education and professional development. With Brandman University’s self-paced, online Directed Study courses, educators can find a course that fits not only their unique areas of interest but their busy lives and schedules.
The Professional Clear Administrative Services Credential (formerly Tier II) program is designed to develop the professional competencies of practicing educational leaders. Students work with their Brandman University faculty mentor and a self-selected district support provider to develop the skills necessary to:
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This course provides basic Spanish communication skills and an understanding of Latino culture for healthcare professionals. Students explore the history and culture of the monolingual Latino population. They also learn and practice necessary language skills to communicate with Spanish speaking clients in the healthcare environment about health-related issues. No previous Spanish language experience is required. Course must be taken for academic credit to satisfy the humanities prerequisite for the RN to BSN program. 3 Credits.
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