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If you’re considering taking classes with us at University of Phoenix, please take a moment and glance through the admissions requirements listed below. Requirements may vary by college and degree level. Though requirements will differ, there are certain requirements necessary for all students to complete prior to enrollment. For single courses, undergraduate, master’s and doctoral programs, additional requirements may be needed. Please read through the requirements carefully when making decisions about enrollment – to be sure all necessary requirements are completed for your desired program or course.
At University of Phoenix, you will find resources that will help you get started with admissions. Speaking to an enrollment representative will help you through the admissions process as they will be able to answer questions and point you in the direction of your desired experience. Our team of enrollment representatives are available to walk through the entire application process with you, such as clarifying admissions requirements, transferring coursework and explaining the financial commitment.
A strong support system can make all the difference. We offer support before you enroll in classes until graduation and beyond. From the day you start, Enrollment, Finance and Academic representatives will help with everything from understanding your student loans to staying on track to graduate.
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Programmatic or specialized accreditation represents an additional level of external peer evaluation and quality assurance that applies to specific programs within an institution. The focus of programmatic accreditation is on the curriculum for a specific program(s) and how it leads to professional practice. With programmatic accreditation, the quality of the programs are regularly benchmarked against specific criteria that prepare students for the industry of choice. Employers and students can trust that the program of study meets quality standards set by the profession.
See below for University of Phoenix degree programs that have received programmatic accreditation.
The Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP) has accredited the following programs in the School of Business:
- Associate of Arts with a concentration in Accounting Fundamentals
- Associate of Arts with a concentration in Business Fundamentals
- Bachelor of Science in Accounting
- Bachelor of Science in Business
- Master of Business Administration
- Master of Management
- Master of Science in Accountancy
- Doctor of Business Administration
- Doctor of Management
Stay current on practices and safeguards that secure and protect your information assets. Take cybersecurity courses with faculty who are experienced professionals in the IT Field. They’ll show you how to use tools like an IT audit to detect vulnerabilities and drive your cybersecurity policy or explore the field of ethical hacking.
Confidential, quality care
Counseling Skills Centers are educational training facilities that model mental health clinics and offer pro bono services to members of the University and local community.*
Providing confidential, quality care, our centers are staffed by counseling graduate students who work under the direct supervision of licensed, experienced professionals. Counseling Skills Centers offer marriage, family, child, couples or individual counseling, depending on the educational programs offered at that campus. Our counselors are knowledgeable, prepared, competent and ready to help you make steady progress with your personal goals.
*All sessions are recorded for training purposes. All potential clients will be screened to ensure an appropriate fit for work with a student counselor. Services vary by location.
Recognized Student Organizations (RSO)
We know that many valuable lessons are learned both inside and outside of the classroom. Whether you’re attending online or at a campus near you, the best way to connect to campus life is by getting involved. Make lasting connections, experience personal growth and enhance your overall university experience by participating in a Recognized Student Organization (RSO).
Through involvement in our officially-recognized honor societies, professional associations, academically‐focused interest groups or philanthropic organizations, you’ll have the opportunity to experience personal growth, cultivate leadership ability, gain professional knowledge and skills and develop career plans.
Each organization offers a unique experience that can help you build personal and professional relationships with fellow students and expand your network within your community and beyond.
Interested in joining an RSO or starting your own? Email us at email@example.com.
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