Bachelors

BS, Computing Technology, Business Systems Administration

Bachelor of Science in Computing Technology, Business Systems Administration

Focusing on the latest practical technologies, the Bachelor of Science in Computing Technology with an emphasis in Business Systems Administration teaches students the skills needed to install, test and administrate networking systems with data security features. In addition to the Business Systems Administration emphasis, Brandman offers alternative areas of concentration for the degree including:

BS, Computing Technology, Information Technology

Bachelor of Science in Computing Technology, Information Technology

Focusing on the latest practical technologies, the Bachelor of Science in Computing Technology with an emphasis in Information Technology prepares students to communicate effectively, understand the economic impact on information technology and adhere to the industry's professional standard of ethics. In addition to the IT emphasis, Brandman offers alternative areas of concentration for the degree including:

BA, Early Childhood Education

Bachelor of Arts in Early Childhood Education

Parents and educators alike understand the importance of providing high quality early care and learning opportunities for young children. Early childhood educators are the advocates for this mission; they focus on delivering inclusive care and education to children, ages birth to eight, in a variety of settings. Students who attain a bachelor’s degree in early childhood education develop the knowledge, skills and dispositions needed to facilitate the positive growth and development of future generations.

BA, Social Work

Bachelor of Arts in Social Work

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The focus of Brandman’s Bachelor of Arts in Social Work (BASW) is to build the knowledge and skills needed to better serve and impact diverse communities. You’ll understand social, political and cultural change as well as organizational dynamics and technological processes.

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