Todd Pheifer, Ed.D.

Assistant Professor
Chair of Graduate and Professional Programs

Phone: (626) 815-5485
Office Location: East Campus, 212B
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Todd Pheifer, Ed.D., teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in the areas of business ethics, organizational behavior, and leadership development. Dr. Pheifer has a diverse background in higher education, corporate leadership, and non-profit management. Prior to joining the School of Business and Management, he taught for the College Counseling and Student Development program. In a prior phase of his career, Pheifer served as a Residence Director for APU. He is the author of Business Ethics: The Search for an Elusive Idea, and has extensive experience in policy development, strategic planning, and grant writing.


  • Ed.D., Educational Leadership, Argosy University
  • M.Ed., College Student Affairs, Azusa Pacific University
  • MBA, Business Administration, South University
  • M.A., Humanities, California State University, Dominguez Hills
  • B.A., Business, Calvin College

Academic Area

  • School of Business and Management


  • Leadership
  • Management
  • Non-profit Organizations
  • Organizational Behavior

Courses Taught

  • MGMT 311 - Leadership in Management
  • BUSI 496 - Senior Seminar, Business Ethics
  • BUSI 514 - Operations Management
  • HROD 500 - Foundations of Human Resource Development
  • MGMT 510 - Current Issues in Business and Management
  • MGMT 516 - High Performance People Management
  • MGMT 581 - Ethical Leadership
  • MKTG 545 - International Marketing