Madera County Office of Education
Earn Your Graduate-Level Professional Development Credit Easily and Quickly
Brandman University’s School of Extended Education offers professional development credit to participants in select programs offered through Madera County Office of Education. Graduate-level professional development credits are not part of a degree program but instead are primarily used for professional advancement such as salary increment steps and recertification. Students should seek approval of appropriate school district officials before enrolling in these courses.
Did You Know?
Brandman University offers academic credit toward selected degree programs to teachers who complete a CTC-approved general education or education specialist induction program. You can earn 12 credits toward your Master of Arts in Education-Teaching and Learning or 12 credits toward the Master of Arts in Special Education – at no cost to you! To learn more about the block transfer credit and the application process, email our enrollment coach today.
Before ordering a transcript please activate your student account. Also verify that all grades and credits are posted to your student record. Official transcripts ordered without previously checking grades and credits on your student record may result in an incomplete transcript. Refunds may not be issued if transcripts are ordered incorrectly.
Allow 5 days for transcript orders to be processed.
For detailed instructions on ordering official transcripts, please download the transcript information guide