School of Education
All of us remember that one teacher growing up who truly inspired us - the one all others must measure up to. More than likely, that’s what brought you to this place today. You want to be like that teacher – you want to inspire others! If that’s your dream, Brandman University is where you need to be.
Become the Teacher Who Inspired You
To reach your goals and be prepared for today’s classroom, Brandman has sought out not only current and former superintendents, principals and educators, but technology leaders with advanced expertise in the classroom. These instructors know the current trends, understand the latest technology and constantly provide feedback to improve methods and techniques to bring the best of everything into the ever-evolving curriculum. Students who desire leadership roles will be prepared for their positions like never before - they will become a technology leader at their site and be familiar with all classroom tools available today. Take everything that Brandman has to offer and find your way to influence and inspire in your classroom and throughout the country.
My academic advisor was a great support system. He was my advisor throughout my master’s program and he took the time to learn about me personally so we could make the best schedule to accommodate my life.
Steve L. | MAE, Teaching , 2017
One of the benefits that Brandman offers is …online course work. So I can complete my assignments, turn them in online. I was able to continue my job and be able to work on my school on the evenings or on the weekends.
Dr. Christina Portillo, Principal | Doctorate of Education, 2015
Find Your Degree/Program
Sorry, we can’t find anything
- Check your filters selection
- Try using less filters
Ways to Get Started
Meet Our Faculty
Executive Vice Chancellor of Advancement and Special Projects, Interim Dean of School of Education
Alan Enomoto, Ed.D.
Associate Dean for Special Education, Master of Arts in Education, School Psychology, School Counseling, CTEL. Associate Professor
Educational Leadership & Administration
Kathy Theuer, Ed.D.
Associate Dean, Professor, School of Education
Multiple and Single Subject Credential Programs