Online Professional Development for Teachers: Graduate Credit
At Education 4 Equity, we offer graduate level professional development courses for teachers.
We partner with Brandman University, which is part of the Chapman University system. Located in Orange, California, Chapman was founded in 1861 and is one of the top universities in the country. Brandman is regionally accredited, and its online programs are consistently ranked by US News and World Report as some of the best in the U.S.
All of our online courses for teachers qualify for graduate-level credit and include:
- 1-credit graduate-level professional development courses
- 2-credit graduate-level professional development courses
- 3-credit graduate-level professional development courses
The professional development courses are pre-approved, and you’ll receive a Brandman University transcript with semester credits, which you can present to your school district to help increase your salary.
The courses are 100% online, and you have six months to complete a course. If you sign up for three or more E4E courses, you have up to a year to complete them.
Earning graduate level credits can help you complete a graduate certification or master’s degree, which can dramatically boost not only your annual pay, but also your retirement benefits. And even if you don’t complete a certificate or degree, graduate credits can help move you to the next pay tier. If you’ve already earned your certificate or master’s, graduate credits can still help increase your salary.
Enrolling in an online graduate certificate or degree program might seem daunting at this time in your life, more than you’re willing to commit to. But taking online courses through E4E can be easy, with no long term time commitment or financial commitment required.
Click here to see a complete list of our online, graduate-level professional development courses for teachers.
Please note: In addition to graduate credit, our online courses for teachers have also been approved for LAUSD salary points through the Los Angeles Unified School District.