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Better Process Control School

Brandman University delivers 2-day and 4-day Better Process Control School workshops to companies outside of California at your site.

Better Process Control School certifies supervisors of thermal processing systems, acidification, and container closure evaluation programs for low-acid and acidified canned foods. The school satisfies the training requirements specified in both the FDA and USDA regulations and is offered as a 2-day (Acidified Foods Only) or 4-day workshop (Acidified & Low-Acid).

Learning Circles

Learning Circles is designed for groups of three or more individuals who would like to get together to discuss a quality book, with the purpose of improving professional practice. The courses are based on a book chosen by participants using the guidelines and rubric provided in the syllabus. This program is ideal for after-school planning, grade-level meetings, book clubs, or other venues that encourage meaningful professional discussions.

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BA, Criminal Justice, Forensics

Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice, Forensics

The program is designed to explore the complex profiles of those who commit crimes, analyze how the American correctional system manages them, and evaluates the impact of Homeland Security in a post 9/11 world. The Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice with a concentration in forensics examines the dynamics of crime scene investigation including managing and documenting evidence.

BA, Criminal Justice, Victim Advocacy - Social Justice

Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice, Victim Advocacy - Social Justice

The program is designed to explore the complex profiles of those who commit crimes, analyze how the American correctional system manages them, and evaluates the impact of Homeland Security in a post 9/11 world. The Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice with a concentration in victim advocacy - social justice examines domestic violence, community corrections, alternative sentences and mental health concepts in society.

Ed.D., Organizational Leadership

Doctor of Education in Organizational Leadership

The program is designed to develop visionary leaders that are creative change agents in diverse organizational settings. The Doctor of Education in Organizational Leadership encourages transformation through collaboration, innovation, positive influence and strategic thinking. With cohorts meeting throughout the state of California  and Washington this groundbreaking program is offered in a flexible hybrid format of online instruction and local face-to-face support systems, serving the needs of students with busy schedules.

Service Credential, Preliminary Administrative Services

Service Credential, Preliminary Administrative Services

This program mentors and prepares students to successfully assume the multiple leadership roles needed in school administration. With an option to align coursework with direct field experience the Preliminary Administrative Services Credential allows for students to intern while completing their studies. A selection of program courses may also be integrated into the Master of Arts in Education with an emphasis in Educational Leadership and Administration degree.

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