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University of Phoenix

University of Phoenix offers associate's, bachelor's, and master's degree programs online and at more than 200 campuses nationwide. Read more about this school here.

About University of Phoenix

Earn your degree on your terms. Whether you choose to learn online or at a local campus, you can count on challenging curriculum and a supportive learning environment.

Quality is what you expect. You'll get it--and a whole lot more.

Your Education is Top of Mind

As a working student, we know that you're juggling the demands of family and work. So, you'll attend classes either online or at a location that's not far from you.

From the day you enroll, you'll see that it's all about you. From your degree to your graduation team who helps you every step of the way. In addition, you'll enjoy innovative technology. By accessing the online library, your ebooks and computer simulations, you'll be learning from techniques that University of Phoenix pioneered.

An Innovative Approach

Be part of an institution that has grown from an upstart in 1976 and today has over one million graduates. Students study at campus locations, as well as through online programs.

Because you'll be learning from faculty who have both real-world and academic experience, you'll be able to apply what you learn in class one day to your job, the next. With degrees at the associate's, bachelor's, master's and doctoral levels, you'll have choices and room to grow.

On the lookout for an affordable college degree option? One that helps you save significantly on the cost of earning your college degree? University of Phoenix has partnered with Study.com to provide students with an ability to save on their college education costs by taking Study.com online courses that are guaranteed to transfer to University of Phoenix!

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Earn Credit

You can transfer credit from any of the following Study.com courses towards your University of Phoenix undergraduate degree. Click to view the courses in each subject area.

Study.com Course Code & Name University of Phoenix Course Code & Name Credits
Accounting 101: Financial Accounting (Interdisciplinary/Elective) 3
Accounting 102: Intro to Managerial Accounting (Interdisciplinary/Elective) 3
Accounting 201: Intermediate Accounting I (Interdiscipinary/Elective) 3
Accounting 202: Intermediate Accounting II (Interdiscipinary/Elective) 3
Accounting 301: Applied Managerial Accounting (Interdisciplinary/Elective) 3
Accounting 302: Advanced Accounting (Interdisciplinary/Elective) 3
Accounting 303: Cost Accounting (Interdisciplinary/Elective) 3
Business 100: Intro to Business (Interdisciplinary/Elective) 3
Business 101: Principles of Management (Interdisciplinary/Elective) 3
Business 102: Principles of Marketing (Interdisciplinary/Elective) 3
Business 103: Introductory Business Law (Interdisciplinary/Elective) 3
Business 104: Information Systems and Computer Applications (Science and Technology) 3
Business 105: Labor Relations (Interdisciplinary/Elective) 3
Business 106: Human Resource Management (Interdisciplinary/Elective) 3
Business 107: Organizational Behavior (Interdisciplinary/Elective) 3
Business 108: Business Ethics (Interdisciplinary/Elective) 3
Business 109: Intro to Computing (Science/Technology) 3
Business 110: Business Math (Interdisciplinary/Elective) 3
Business 111: Principles of Supervision (Interdisciplinary/Elective) 3
Business 113: Business Communication (Interdisciplinary/Elective) 3
Business 120: International Business (Interdisciplinary/Elective) 3
Business 121: Introduction to Entrepreneurship (Interdisciplinary/Elective) 2
Business 202: Introduction to E-Commerce (Interdiscipinary/Elective) 3
Business 203: Introduction to Retail Merchandising (Interdiscipinary/Elective) 3
Business 302: Foundations of Leadership (Interdisciplinary/Elective) 3
Business 303: Management Information Systems (Interdiscipinary/Elective) 3
Business 304: Leading Organizational Change (Interdiscipinary/Elective) 3
Business 305: Leadership Communication (Interdisciplinary/Elective) 3
Business 306: Strategic Human Resources Management (Interdisciplinary/Elective) 3
Business 307: Leadership & Organizational Behavior (Interdisciplinary/Elective) 3
Business 308: Globalization & International Management (Interdisciplinary/Elective) 3
Business 309: Digital Marketing & Advertising (Interdisciplinary/Elective) 3
Business 310: Advanced Business Ethics (Interdisciplinary/Elective) 3
Business 311: Project Management (Interdisciplinary/Elective) 3
Business 312: Advanced Operations Management (Interdisciplinary/Elective) 3
Business 313: Organizational Communication (Interdiscipinary/Elective) 3
Business 314: Employment Law (Interdisciplinary/Elective) 3
Business 315: Logistics & Supply Chain Management (Interdisciplinary/Elective) 3
Business 318: Management Ethics (Interdiscipinary/Elective) 3
Business 319: Negotiations & Conflict Management (Interdiscipinary/Elective) 3
Business 321: Small Business Management (Interdiscipinary/Elective) 3
Business 323: Organizational Theory (Interdisciplinary/Elective) 3
Business 324: Managerial Communication (Interdiscipinary/Elective) 3
Business 325: Union & Labor Relations (Interdisciplinary/Elective) 3
Business 327: Retail Strategy (Interdiscipinary/Elective) 3
Communications 101: Public Speaking (Communication Arts) 3
Communications 102: Interpersonal Communication (Communication Arts) 3
Economics 101: Principles of Microeconomics (Social Science) 3
Economics 102: Macroeconomics (Social Science) 3
Finance 101: Principles of Finance (Interdisciplinary/Elective) 3
Finance 102: Personal Finance (Interdisciplinary/Elective) 3
Finance 104: Financial Management (Interdisciplinary/Elective) 2
Hospitality 101: Introduction to Hospitality (Interdisciplinary/Elective) 3
Hospitality 105: Introduction to the Tourism & Travel Industry (Interdisciplinary/Elective) 3
Hospitality 301: Hospitality Marketing (Interdisciplinary/Elective) 3
Hospitality 304: Hotel & Lodging Management & Operations (Interdisciplinary/Elective) 3
Marketing 301: Marketing Research (Interdisciplinary/Elective) 3
Marketing 302: Consumer Behavior (Interdiscipinary/Elective) 3
Marketing 303: Global Marketing (Interdiscipinary/Elective) 3
Marketing 306: Principles of Selling (Interdiscipinary/Elective) 3
Marketing 308: Applied Marketing (Interdiscipinary/Elective) 3
Study.com Course Code & Name University of Phoenix Course Code & Name Credits
Computer Science 102: Fundamentals of Information Technology (Science and Technology) 3
Computer Science 103: Computer Concepts & Applications (Science and Technology) 3
Computer Science 302: Systems Analysis & Design (Science and Technology) 3
Computer Science 303: Database Management (Science and Technology) 3
Study.com Course Code & Name University of Phoenix Course Code & Name Credits
English 101: English Literature (Humanities) 3
English 102: American Literature (Humanities) 3
English 103: Analyzing and Interpreting Literature (Humanities) 3
English 104: College Composition I (Communication Arts) 3
English 105: College Composition II (Communication Arts) 3
English 305: Advanced Technical Writing (Communication Arts) 3
English 310: Short Stories (Humanities) 3
Study.com Course Code & Name University of Phoenix Course Code & Name Credits
Spanish 101: Beginning Spanish (Communication Arts) 3
Spanish 102: Intermediate Spanish (Communication Arts) 2
Spanish 105: Spanish for the Workplace (Communication Arts) 3
Study.com Course Code & Name University of Phoenix Course Code & Name Credits
History 100: Western Civilization from Prehistory to Post-WWII (Social Science) 3
History 101: Western Civilization I (Social Science) 3
History 102: Western Civilization II (Social Science) 3
History 103: US History I (Social Science) 3
History 104: US History II (Social Science) 3
History 105: US History from Settlement to Present Day (Social Science) 3
History 106: The Civil War and Reconstruction (Social Science) 3
History 108: History of the Vietnam War (Social Science) 3
History 306: The American Civil War Era (Social Science) 3
History 307: American Civil Rights Movement (Social Science) 3
History 308: Causes and Effects of the Vietnam War (Social Science) 3
History 309: War & American Society (Social Science) 3
History 311: The Holocaust & World War II (Social Science) 3
Study.com Course Code & Name University of Phoenix Course Code & Name Credits
Art 103: History of Western Art I (Humanities) 3
Art 104: History of Western Art II (Humanities) 3
Humanities 101: Intro to the Humanities (Humanities) 3
Philosophy 101: Intro to Philosophy (Humanities) 3
Philosophy 102: Ethics in America (Humanities) 3
Philosophy 103: Ethics - Theory & Practice (Humanities) 3
Religion 101: Intro to World Religions (Humanities) 3
Study.com Course Code & Name University of Phoenix Course Code & Name Credits
Education 211: Teaching Elementary Math (Interdiscipinary/Elective) 3
Geometry 101: Intro to Geometry (Mathematics) 3
Math 101: College Algebra (Mathematics) 3
Math 102: College Mathematics (Mathematics) 3
Math 103: Precalculus (Mathematics) 6
Math 104: Calculus (Mathematics) 3
Math 105: Precalculus Algebra (Mathematics) 3
Math 107: Quantitative Literacy (Mathematics) 2
Math 97: Introduction to Mathematical Reasoning (Mathematics) 3
Statistics 101: Principles of Statistics (Mathematics) 3
Study.com Course Code & Name University of Phoenix Course Code & Name Credits
Psychology 101: Intro to Psychology (Social Science) 3
Psychology 102: Educational Psychology (Social Science) 3
Psychology 103: Human Growth and Development (Social Science) 3
Psychology 104: Social Psychology (Social Science) 3
Psychology 105: Research Methods in Psychology (Social Science) 3
Psychology 106: Abnormal Psychology (Social Science) 3
Psychology 107: Life Span Developmental Psychology (Social Science) 3
Psychology 108: Psychology of Adulthood and Aging (Social Science) 3
Psychology 301: Industrial/Organizational Psychology (Social Science) 3
Psychology 312: History and Systems of Psychology (Social Science) 3
Study.com Course Code & Name University of Phoenix Course Code & Name Credits
Astronomy 101: Intro to Astronomy (Physical/Biological Science) 3
Biology 101: Intro to Biology (Physical/Biological Science) 3
Biology 101L: Intro to Biology with Lab (Physical/Biological Science) 4
Biology 102: Basic Genetics (Physical/Biological Science) 3
Biology 103: Microbiology (Physical/Biological Science) 3
Biology 105: Anatomy & Physiology (Physical/Biological Science) 3
Biology 106: Pathophysiology (Physical/Biological Science) 3
Chemistry 101: General Chemistry (Physical/Biological Science) 3
Earth Science 101: Earth Science (Physical/Biological Science) 3
Earth Science 104: Intro to Meteorology (Physical/Biological Science) 3
Environmental Science 101: Environment and Humanity (Physical/Biological Science) 3
Genetics 101: Intro to Genetics (Physical/Biological Science) 3
Geology 101: Physical Geology (Physical/Biological Science) 3
Health 101: Principles of Health (Physical/Biological Science) 3
Health 103: Medical Terminology (Physical/Biological Science) 2
Nursing 301: Nursing Informatics (Interdiscipinary/Elective) 3
Nutrition 101: Science of Nutrition (Physical/Biological Science) 3
Physics 101: Intro to Physics (Physical/Biological Science) 3
Science 101: Intro to Natural Sciences (Physical/Biological Science) 3
Science 102: Principles of Physical Science (Physical/Biological Science) 3
Study.com Course Code & Name University of Phoenix Course Code & Name Credits
Criminal Justice 101: Intro to Criminal Justice (Social Science) 3
Criminal Justice 104: Introduction to Criminology (Social Science) 3
Criminal Justice 106: Forensic Science (Social Science) 3
Criminal Justice 107: Criminal Law (Social Science) 3
Education 101: Foundations of Education (Interdisciplinary/Elective) 3
Education 103: Classroom Management (Interdisciplinary/Elective) 3
Education 104: Differentiated Instruction (Interdisciplinary/Elective) 3
Education 105: Special Education History & Law (Interdisciplinary/Elective) 3
Education 106: Introduction to Early Childhood Education (Interdisciplinary/Elective) 3
Education 210: Technology in the Classroom (Interdiscipinary/Elective) 3
Geography 101: Human & Cultural Geography (Social Science) 3
Library Science 101: Information Literacy (Interdiscipinary/Elective) 3
Political Science 101: Intro to Political Science (Social Science) 3
Political Science 102: American Government (Social Science) 3
Political Science 103: Comparative Politics (Social Science) 3
Sociology 101: Intro to Sociology (Social Science) 3
Sociology 103: Foundations of Gerontology (Social Science) 3
Sociology 305: Sociology of Work (Social Science) 3

Credits are Semester credits

70% minimum grade required to transfer credit to University of Phoenix

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Find Your Program:

  • Wouldn't it be helpful to gain a better understanding of people's thought processes, emotions and behaviors? Psychology degree programs at University of Phoenix focus on the general rather the clinical psychology of individuals to provide students an understanding of the cognitive and affective processes that underlie the individual human experience. Research methodologies as well as critical-thinking and problem-solving strategies also are explored as they relate to the evaluation of behavior.

  • MS in Psychology
  • MS in Psychology - Industrial-Organizational Psychology
  • BS in Psychology
  • AA in Psychology