Gerontology is the study of the aging process from multiple perspectives, including biology, health, economics, sociology and psychology. Practitioners of geropsychology collaborate with a variety of professionals, including psychologists, medical and other mental health care services providers. This concentration prepares students to work with an aging population and is suited for individuals seeking career opportunities in the fields of:
Brandman’s Legal Studies program allows you explore many facets of the legal system and the careers that support it. This skills-based degree is suited for students seeking a wide variety of business law-related careers including those in regulatory compliance, paralegal, and intellectual property. Our hands-on program also provides a strong foundation for those intending to go to law school.
Do have your Master’s Degree in a counseling related field but are unsure which credential in education is right for you? If you’re interested in a career that focuses on development, higher education and helping adolescents you should consider becoming a school counselor. Learn more about Brandman University’s Master of Arts in Counseling with Pupil Personnel Services Credential integrated program.
This degree is designed to sharpen skills and broaden knowledge for school administrators who hold a valid CTC-approved Preliminary Administrative Services Credential. The emphasis focuses on essential collaboration philosophies and theories.
This integrated degree prepares students to serve as a School Counselor, providing support to children and encouraging youth to pursue college and careers.
This degree program provides an interdisciplinary foundation for students seeking careers related to social media, public relations, journalism, digital marketing, product and project management, media relations and communication strategy.
Brandman University’s legal studies degree is designed to empower students to be dynamic and ethical problem-solvers who effectively apply critical thinking, analytical and research skills in legal contexts. Core curriculum covers the foundations of law, constitutional governance, and explores criminal justice concepts as they relate to white collar crime.