Frank Berry, Ph.D., is an associate professor and one of the curriculum specialists for the School of Adult and Professional Studies (APS) at Azusa Pacific University (APU). Dr. Berry works directly with curriculum for the Bachelor of Science in Organizational Leadership (BSOL) and the Bachelor of Science in Organizational Leadership Online (BSOL-O), Bachelor of Science in Computer Information Systems and Management Information Systems (CIS/MIS), and Master of Arts in Organizational Leadership (MLOS) Programs. Dr. Berry's concentration areas include diversity, cultural influences, adult development, and self and others.
As a member of the University faculty since June 2006, Dr. Berry's areas of responsibility include the creation, revision, and editing of instructor guides, student guides, and syllabi of all courses in the degree programs in which he specializes. Dr. Berry also serves as a member for the APU Undergraduate Studies Council: Curriculum Review Committee, Faculty Evaluation Committee, and has taught for Operation Impact. Outside of the University, he is also a member of the Association for California School Administrators, and the American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers.
To help support students, Dr. Berry has been successfully involved in working with university men’s programs such as D Groups and the Blueprints Program as well as addressing the issues of young adults through presentations at the Common Day of Learning.
Doctor of Philosophy, Education - University of Southern California
Master of Science, Educational Administration - California State University, Fullerton
Bachelor of Music in Performance - California State University, FullertonCredentials/Certifications
Clear Administrative Services Credential
Single Subject Teaching Credential, Music
Community College Instructor Credential, Music
- School of Adult and Professional Studies
- Curriculum and Instruction
- Educational Administration
- Instructional Design
- Managerial Communication
- Music Performance
- Online Course Development
Courses TaughtBMGT 303
– Introduction to Research MethodologyBMGT 304
– Organizational AnalysisBMGT 307
– Managerial CommunicationBMGT 408
– Introduction to Data Analysis and PresentationBMGT 409
– Cultural Influences in the WorkplaceBMGT 410
– Principles of Management and SupervisionBMGT 412
– Integrating Managerial Principles with PracticeBMGT 413
– Leadership and Change
M-F, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Mary Hill Center, Room 230, West Campus