University of Phoenix accepts transfer credits from regionally and select nationally accredited institutions of higher learning. Many courses offered by PHSC have been evaluated by University of Phoenix and may qualify for college credit toward a higher degree. University of Phoenix has partnered with PHSC to offer its students who choose to further their higher education at University of Phoenix, a ten percent tuition reduction. Also, a Prior Learning Assessment (PLA) fee waiver is offered to new students entering into a bachelor’s degree program at the University, to determine if time and money can be saved by converting past work experience to degree program credits.
University of Phoenix faculty members hold master’s or doctoral degrees and have substantial experience in the fields they teach. Continuous year-round enrollment, with many courses starting every two weeks, provides the convenience many adult learners seek. University of Phoenix provides adult learning through online courses, campus locations or learning centers throughout the country.
University of Phoenix offers institutionally accredited programs and courses from associate to doctorate level degrees that fit your lifestyle and career interests.
- Criminal Justice
- Nursing and Health Care
- Social Sciences
- Continuing Education
University of Phoenix is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission. Since 1978, University of Phoenix has been continually accredited by the Higher Learning Commission and its predecessor, North Central Association.