Frank Berry, Ph.D.

Associate Professor/Curriculum Specialist, School of Nursing
Associate Professor/Curriculum Specialist, Department of Clinical Psychology
Phone: (626) 815-5008
Fax: (626) 815-5417
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Biography

Frank Berry, Ph.D., is a passionate and decorated educator with elementary through doctoral-level teaching experience, and a background in university continuing education. He has successfully taught in online and face-to-face environments, and he specializes in educational leadership/research/statistics, and creative instruction and curriculum design. He’s a proven secondary public school administrator and instrumental music instructor, is versatile and knowledgeable in pedagogy and andragogy, and is a collaborative team member focused on outcomes and achievements.

Education

  • Ph.D., Education (Curriculum and Instruction), University of Southern California
  • M.S., Educational Administration, California State University, Fullerton
  • B.M., Performance, California State University, Fullerton

Credentials/Certifications

  • California Teaching Credential in Music, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona
  • California Administrative Services Credential
  • Single Subject Teaching Credential, Music
  • Community College Instructor Credential, Music

Academic Areas

  • School of Nursing
    • Graduate Programs
  • School of Behavioral and Applied Sciences
    • Department of Clinical Psychology

Expertise

  • Curriculum and Instruction
  • Instructional Design/Online Course Development
  • Nursing Education
  • Organizational Analysis, Leadership, and Communication
  • Research and Design in Clinical Psychology

Courses Taught

  • BMGT 304 – Organizational Analysis
  • BMGT 307 – Managerial Communication
  • BMGT 401 – Directed Research I
  • BMGT 402 – Directed Research II
  • BMGT 408 – Introduction to Data Analysis and Presentation
  • BMGT 409 – Cultural Influences in the Workplace
  • BMGT 410 – Principles of Management and Supervision
  • BMGT 412 – Integrating Managerial Principles with Practice
  • BMGT 413 – Leadership and Change
  • GNRS 660 – Theories of Teaching and Instruction
  • GNRS 664 – Teaching-Learning Strategies and Educational Technology in Nursing Education
  • LDRS 516 – Leadership Development and Practice
  • LDRS 520 – Understanding Vocation in a Changing World
  • MLOS 500 – Research in Organizations
  • MLOS 501 – Group and Team Dynamics
  • MLOS 516 – Organizational Behavior and Analysis
  • PPSY 722 – Research Design I
  • PPSY 723 – Research Design II
  • PPSY 731 – Dissertation Development

Office Hours

Tuesdays, 3:30-7 p.m.

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