Graduation Rate

“Our graduation rate is more than twice that of for-profit universities”

Brandman University. “Table 5.0. Graduation Profile.” Fact Book. Irvine, 2016-2017. Document. <2201-0421-2015_FactsBook.pdf>.

National Center of Educational Statistics. “Fig. 2. Institutional Retention and Graduation Rates for Undergraduate Students.” The Condition of Education. May 2015. Web. 10 June 2016. <>


Student Satisfaction

“92% of our students would recommend us to a friend”

Brandman University Institutional Research. Student Satisfaction Survey. Spring 2016. < StudentSatisfactionSurveyCharts_Spring_2016.pdf >.


Student Loan Default Rate

"The FY 2012 3-year national cohort default rate is 11.8%"

U.S. Department of Education. "Three-year Official Cohort Default Rates for Schools," Default Prevention and Management. 28 Sept 2015. Web. 22 Oct 2015. <>

"The FY 2012 3-year Brandman University cohort default rate is 3.3%"

U.S. Department of Education. "Official 3-Year Cohort Default Rate Search for Postsecondary Schools Fiscal Year 2012, 2011, 2010" Default Prevention and Management. 28 Sept 2015. Web. 22 Oct 2015. <>


School of Arts & Sciences

"Social Work is an in demand field per data collected by California Development Departments"

Employment Development Department, State of California. "Detailed Guide for Child Family and School Social Workers in California." California Occupational Guides. n.d. Web. 26 02 2013. <>


School of Education

"Brandman University School of Education is the fourth largest provider of teaching credentials among private/independent universities in California"

Suckow, Marjorie and Lynette Roby. "Table 1 Institutions of Higher Education (IHE) Recommended Multiple Subject, Single Subject, and Education Specialist Credentials July 1, 2014 to June 30, 2015." Teacher Supply in California: A Report to the Legislature. Annual Report 2014-2015. Apr 2016 Web. 05 16 2016. <Teacher Supply in California A Report to the Legislature Annual Report>

"Over the next 10 years the state would need to replace 106,000 teachers just to maintain current staffing levels"

Linda Darlng-Hammond, Roberta Furger, Patrick Shields, and Leib Sutcher “Addressing California’s Emerging Teacher Shortage: An Analysis of Sources and Solutions.”  Learning Policy Institute.  2016 Web. 02 23 2017. <www.>

School of Nursing

"California Alone needs 80% more neonatal nurses, 80% more pediatric nurses, 90% more psychiatric nurses.

"First Report to the Secretary of Health and Human Services and the Congress." National Advisory Council on Nurse Education and Practice. Nov. 2001 Web. 26 02 2013. <>