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Masters degrees in Teaching, Education and Special Education
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. Students who desire advanced teaching and 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. Become the teacher or leader who inspired you!
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Student Success is Our #1 Goal
Brandman offers one of the highest graduation rates of any university of its kind, and 9 out of 10 of our students would recommend it to their friends.
Brandman’s faculty members are professionals currently working in their fields. Receive relevant, real-world instruction that can be applied directly to your workplace.
From application to graduation, Brandman’s staff is focused on your success. Each service group is dedicated to assisting students at different stages of their academic careers.
Brandman is a private, nonprofit university which means that we’re all about you. We exist to provide affordable access to higher education through quality academic programs.
Flexible Ways to Learn
Designed for the busy working adult, we pride ourselves on providing flexible learning online, on-campus, and self-paced formats that will work around your schedule.
Brandman has taught me a lot about teaching to different levels of students.
There are definite financial advantages to getting a master’s degree. You have the ability to max out on the pay scale. Initially, this was a motivator for me, but once I got into my master’s program and saw how I could apply what I was learning in my classroom, it wasn’t about the money so much anymore.