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You Work Hard. So Does A College Degree.

With convenient class locations as well as online learning, University of Phoenix makes quality higher education accessible for working students. Whether you're seeking a college degree at an associate's, bachelor's, master's or doctoral level, we can help you reach your academic goals--and sooner than you might think.

University Of Phoenix Offers

  1. Our schedule adapts to fit your schedule
  2. Small classes with an average of 15 students
  3. Learn from working professionals
  4. Collaborative learning teams
  5. Dedicated enrollment, academic, and finance representatives

'I like that there is diversity in the classes at University of Phoenix. I'm learning with people of all ages and various backgrounds. I'm making friends with people I would never have met otherwise and I'm learning a lot from them.'

Jennifer Kahtz, Bachelor of Science in Health Administration Graduate

'The education has already helped me perform as a manager. It has developed my people skills, critical thinking skills and ability to identify and solve problems. I've already applied many of the management techniques I learned to my job.'

Jerry Blake, Bachelor of Science in Business/Management Graduate

Tuition, Financial Aid & Start Dates

Since every student is different, there isn't a "one size fits all" for school information. Start dates and tuition often vary between selected programs, and financial aid opportunities are unique to each student's circumstances. to get the most up-to-date and accurate information based on your selected program and circumstances.

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Higher Education. Highly Accessible.

Founded in 1976, University of Phoenix is dedicated to meeting the educational needs of working students. You can choose to learn at a local campus or online--and you'll receive a real-world education with real value.

  • Attend University of Phoenix classes at times and places that fit your busy schedule.
  • Learn from University of Phoenix instructors who hold advanced degrees and have substantial experience in the fields they teach.
  • Collaborate with college peers in small, interactive classes.
  • Receive personalized student support every step of the way.

Earn Your Degree When, Where And How You Want

University of Phoenix fits your lifestyle and learning style. Depending on the degree program you select, you can attend class on campus or online. Some campuses offer degree programs in a combined campus-based and online learning format. While widely available, not all degree programs or learning formats are offered at all locations.

Online Learning Advantage

  • Complete coursework through online forums.
  • Receive lectures, questions and assignments online from your instructor. Study them at your convenience.
  • Participate online in class a minimum of three or four days per week, depending on your degree program. You choose the days and times.
  • Build teamwork skills by collaborating on additional online assignments with your learning team.

Campus-Based Learning Format

Providing the convenience of attending classes near your home or workplace.

  • Attend class one time per week, and meet with your learning team once a week. Classes are held in the evening or on weekends. Some campuses offer day classes.
  • Complete assignments on your own, as well as with your learning team.

Accreditation Statement

The University's Central Administration is located at 1625 W. Fountainhead Parkway, Tempe, AZ 85282-2371. Online Campus: 3157 E. Elwood St., Phoenix, AZ 85034

Admission Requirements:

  • Must be a high school graduate or have completed GED

Your Degree Is Within Reach

University of Phoenix strives to make higher education highly accessible. Financial options, including financial aid, are available for those who qualify.

1. Financial Aid

University of Phoenix participates in many federal student aid programs, including grants and loans. There is no charge for processing financial aid applications. Scholarships may also be available to students who qualify. Your Enrollment Advisor can discuss these options and walk you through the process while helping you with your application for admission.

2. Financing Options

University of Phoenix offers several options for financing your education.

Cash Paying Plan: University of Phoenix's Cash Paying Plan lets you pay for one course at a time rather than an entire semester or year at once.

3. Company Funding

University of Phoenix may be eligible for many company reimbursement programs. Check with your employer's human resource department to see if your company has an available plan for you.

4. Military Funding

The University also offers special military rates for members of the military and their spouses. In fact, our military division is well-versed in the Post 911 GI Bill and other options such as the Yellow Ribbon Program.

Earn Credit

You can transfer credit from any of the following courses towards your University of Phoenix undergraduate degree. Click to view the courses in each subject area. 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 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) 1
Business 121: Introduction to Entrepreneurship (Interdisciplinary/Elective) 2
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 311: Project Management (Interdisciplinary/Elective) 3
Business 312: Advanced Operations Management (Interdisciplinary/Elective) 3
Business 314: Employment Law (Interdisciplinary/Elective) 2
Business 315: Logistics & Supply Chain Management (Interdisciplinary/Elective) 3
Communications 101: Public Speaking (Communication Arts) 1
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) 2
Hospitality 301: Hospitality Marketing (Interdisciplinary/Elective) 3
Hospitality 304: Hotel & Lodging Management & Operations (Interdisciplinary/Elective) 2
Marketing 301: Marketing Research (Interdisciplinary/Elective) 3 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 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 Course Code & Name University of Phoenix Course Code & Name Credits
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 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 308: Causes and Effects of the Vietnam War (Social Science) 3 Course Code & Name University of Phoenix Course Code & Name Credits
Humanities 101: Intro to the Humanities (Humanities) 3
Religion 101: Intro to World Religions (Humanities) 3 Course Code & Name University of Phoenix Course Code & Name Credits
Math 101: College Algebra (Mathematics) 3
Math 102: College Mathematics (Mathematics) 3
Math 103: Precalculus (Mathematics) 3
Math 104: Calculus (Mathematics) 6
Math 105: Precalculus Algebra (Mathematics) 3
Math 107: Quantitative Literacy (Mathematics) 2
Statistics 101: Principles of Statistics (Mathematics) 3 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 Course Code & Name University of Phoenix Course Code & Name Credits
Biology 101: Intro to Biology (Physical/Biological Science) 3
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
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
Nutrition 101: Science of Nutrition (Physical/Biological Science) 3
Science 101: Intro to Natural Sciences (Physical/Biological Science) 3
Science 102: Principles of Physical Science (Physical/Biological Science) 3 Course Code & Name University of Phoenix Course Code & Name Credits
Criminal Justice 101: Intro to Criminal Justice (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
Geography 101: Human & Cultural Geography (Social Science) 3
Political Science 102: American Government (Social Science) 3
Sociology 101: Intro to Sociology (Social Science) 3
Sociology 103: Foundations of Gerontology (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