In partnership with Brandman University (BU), we are able to offer graduate-level professional hours for some of our online courses. Originally established in 1861 as Chapman University College in Orange, California to serve the El Toro Marin Corps Air Station, BU separated, extending its military-friendly education to include divers adult learners. They are on a semester academic calendar.
BU’s 9000-level graduate-level courses are not part of a degree program but are primarily used for professional advancement such as salary increment steps and recertification. Students should seek approval of appropriate district or college officials before enrolling in these courses to satisfy any degree, state credential, or local school district requirements.
To request graduate credit, simply enroll by selecting one or more of the courses listed below, then visit Brandman University to pay the appropriate fee.
- EDUU 9781 Culturally Relevant Practices: Connecting with All Kids
- EDUU 9782 Exploring the Intersection Between Implicit/Explicit Bias and Its Societal Implications on Race
- EDUU 9783 The Letters Of Equality (LGBTQ+)
- EDUU 9784 Let’s Talk About Race
- EDUU 9785 Addressing & Avoiding Microaggressions: Becoming a Courageous & Compassionate Communicator
- EDUU 9786 Thriving in America as an Ethnically and Racially Conscious Person
- EDUU 9787 The Tragedy of Non-ness
- EDUU 9788 Teaching without Bias: Exploring How Race Influences Relationships
- EDUU 9789 White, Not Racist, and Guilt Free
- EDUU 9307 Book Study – White Rage: The Unspoken Truth of Our Racial Divide by Carol Anderson
- EDUU 9308 Book Study – The Warmth of Other Suns by Isabbel Wilkerson
- EDUU 9343 Book Study – Hillbilly Elegy: A Memoir of a Family and Culture in Crisis by J.D. Vance
- EDUU 9344 Leveraging Privilege and Entitlement: Overcoming Barriers to Access
- EDUU 9793: Unpacking the Asian Model Minority Myth Through Critical Race Theory
- EDAU 9754: Leading Without Bias: Empowering Strategies For Leaders Seeking Equity in Education
- EDUU 9965 Book Study – The New Jim Crow