Brandman University was established by Chapman University - a private institution in Orange, California founded in 1861 which consistently ranks among the country's top universities. Formerly named Chapman University College, Brandman's original purpose was delivering high quality education to the El Toro Marine Corps Air Station.
Now a separate university, Brandman remains military-friendly but has expanded its programs to include the adult learner and serves a large and diverse student population. We are as proud of our rich academic past as we are of our technology-driven future.
Focusing on the non-traditional student, Brandman's student body is diverse, ranging in age from 18-65.\nFrom the time the rankings began in 2012, Brandman's online programs have ranked consistently among the best in the nation by U.S. News and World Report.\nBrandman consistently is ranked by U.S. News & World Report for Best Online Bachelor's Programs for Veterans.\nAt Brandman University, the faculty members are practitioners, as well as experts in their field.\nBrandman University's 82% graduation rate is an average for undergraduate transfer students who complete their program within six years.\n92% of Brandman University students say they would recommend Brandman to others.\nBrandman University is a private, nonprofit institution regionally accredited by the WSCUC Senior College and University Commission (WSCUC).\nBrandman offers several options for financial aid.\nCurrent students benefit from mentoring and networking opportunities, as well as career coaching.
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¹70% savings on college courses based onUS News and World Report’s estimate that in-state tuition at a public 4-year institution is $9,687, or $969 per 3 credit course given 30 credits per year, and Classfinder's 3 credit course offering has a minimum price of $295.
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