Education is a key to enhancing your career.
Earn your degree and develop skills relevant to employers.
There are 3.7 million unfilled jobs in America. University of Phoenix is working to solve the employment gap by offering adult learners an education that blends academic theory with real-world, practical application.
Our alliances with national industry associations and leading companies provide valuable guidance in developing our curriculum so our students gain the knowledge and skills they’re looking for as they pursue career opportunities. Our experienced faculty works in the fields in which they teach. And our career planning tools help students explore their career interests and learn about the degree programs associated with those interests.
Whether you go to class online or on campus, you'll find:
University of Phoenix offers a range of undergraduate and graduate degree programs, as well as certificate programs, to give students choices and room to grow. Our students study at more than 100 locations across the United States, with online availability in most countries around the world. University of Phoenix helped pioneer many of the conveniences that students now enjoy — evening classes, flexible scheduling, an immersive online classroom and an online library.
Not only do students attend classes that are convenient — they earn degrees to prepare them for the careers they want.
At University of Phoenix, you learn from a curriculum designed by faculty who are experienced in the fields in which they teach, whether you’re earning your associate, bachelor’s, master’s, doctoral degree or certificates. Our curriculum is developed in collaboration with our faculty and with industry professionals to ensure that it is up to date and relevant. This means our programs won’t waste your time; instead, you gain knowledge one day that you can use at work the next.
While widely available, not all programs are available in all locations or in both online and on-campus formats. Please check with a University Enrollment Advisor.
School of Business
Rigorous and regularly updated curriculum designed to offer students a high-quality, relevant education. Many programs are ACBSP-accredited.
College of Health Sciences and Nursing Division of Nursing
Master’s- and doctoral-prepared faculty with an average of 20 years of professional experience that understand the needs of working nurses
Division of Health Sciences
Research-based curriculum that addresses current health care industry trends and prepares students to work in this evolving field
College of Education
Field experience and student teaching requirements to prepare future educators for the needs of the 21st-century classroom
Colleges of Humanities and Sciences
A variety of programs or courses are offered in Biology, Communications, English, Environmental and Natural Sciences, History, Languages, Literature, Mathematics, Philosophy, Politics, Religion and the Arts.
College of Information Systems and Technology
High-demand skills: Our certificate programs are aligned to high-demand IT areas such as mobile development, networking, cybersecurity, programming and database administration.
College of Criminal Justice and Security
Our instructors include 32 police chiefs, 51 captains, 53 commanders and 108 detectives, so you'll be learning from established leaders.
School of Advanced Study
Dissertations starting in the first year of the student’s degree program and promoting real-world applications of scholarship and research
For-credit certificate programs in topic areas including business and management, health administration, health sciences and nursing, human services, and technology that can help students pursue their educational and professional goals
Let's face it, college is expensive. There are a lot of ways to pay for your education — including grants, scholarships, loans, payment plans and more.
Federal Financial Aid
We participate in many federal student aid programs including grants and loans. There is no charge for processing financial aid applications. Your Enrollment Advisor can discuss these options and walk you through the process while helping you with your application for admission.
We offer numerous options for financing your education. Our cash-paying plans let you pay for one course or block at a time - rather than an entire semester or year at once.
University of Phoenix is eligible for many company reimbursement programs.
Scholarships are a great way to fund your education because they typically do not need to be repaid; however, they are not provided to all students. University of Phoenix helps students to navigate through the many third-party scholarship programs available, as well as offer many scholarships.
Private Student Loans
You can also pay for your education with private student loans available through most financial institutions.