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% career related to degree: 72%
Average reviewer salary: $48,382

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Business Average Rating
Percent Employed 86% Average Time to Hire --- Average Salary $57,692 % Degree Helped Career 66%
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Percent Employed 88% Average Time to Hire --- Average Salary $32,500 % Degree Helped Career 72%
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Percent Employed 83% Average Time to Hire --- Average Salary $50,000 % Degree Helped Career 50%

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UOPX Bachelors Degree
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Degree: Business, Management, Marketing, and Related Support Services, Other
Graduation Year: 2011
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When attending UOPX both online and ground campus, I learned a great deal from the curriculum provided by the school. The instructor support was phenomenal, it was instant, and based on real world experiences. The school itself helped me with anything I needed such as tutoring, guidance, interaction, and homework support. I recommend this school to those that are looking for flexibility toward the online realm.

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not for people who can afford to go to a tradit...
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Degree: Information Technology
Graduation Year: 2014
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I am one of the many who decided to go back to school in hopes of a better life for my family. I chose UOP because my employer provides a discount and pays for most of my tuition. I am also a full time worker, father, and husband. I simply do not have the time to go to a traditional university and complete my degree in a normal (five years or less) timeframe. For the people that claim their other credits do not transfer, they do. Probably not all of them, but a majority of the prereq's will. I prefer the traditional schools, but After some time I think I have found my groove in this online atmosphere. The reason why I would not recommend this school is probably one of the reasons why for profit schools have such a bad rap; their grading scale makes it truly hard not to pass. This gives weight to the whole "buying your degree" reputation. But, honestly where don't you buy your degree? My brother in law went to a fully accredited, and much more expensive school than u of p. Yes, he went to actual classrooms with real teachers. But, these classes were enormous. Some had over 100 students per. The professors might never know you were in their class if you passed them in the halls. He used to being his essay over for us to proofread and you would think a fourth grader wrote it. He got a's and b's! where's the difference? another thing I don't recommend is the accelerated learning. Associate's classes are 9 weeks long. Bachelors are 6. Each week, I have a minimum of 40 pages to read per class. There are 2 to 5 assignments due each week, too. Not to mention those ridiculous discussion question requirements for attendance and participation. This fact forces me to skim and turn in sub par work just to pass. I do not feel that I am getting a proper education this way. Some topics really interest me, but the short time between work and home life and school assignment due dates forces me to hurry. Yea, you truly only get out what you put into it. I am grateful that I already have a decent paying job , because I definitely would not expect to have employers knocking on my door if I only had a degree from this place.

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RUN!!!!!!!!
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Degree: Business, Management, Marketing, and Related Support Services, Other
Graduation Year: 2012
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Incompetent teachers, can get an A in a class you learned nothing from. Business's don't even notice this degree. It has not helped me get a job, just farther in debt. Sorry I ever attended.

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Degree: Business, Management, Marketing, and Related Support Services, Other
Graduation Year: 2016
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I am 50% through a Doctor of Management in Organizational Leadership/Information Systems and Technology. I have an undergraduate degree in environmental science, a master of sciences in information management, and a master of business administration, all from traditional schools. The negatives about UoP regarding loose admissions policies are true...this is a for-profit school. This aspect of the program is one I'd change, but that's not very likely as long as their business model continues to drive revenue. The classes have been very informative, and I've learned a great deal in each. As a professional taught doctorate, similar to a Ed.D., PsyD. or a DBA, the DM program has a strong research/dissertation component, but is heavily practically based, and prepares the learners to leverage their doctoral knowledge in the course of their professional careers, not as tenure-track professors at a research university. I find that the entire experience has been similar to that of a traditional school, in that some students work harder than others, and you certainly can get by with a low to mid "B" with a reasonable amount of effort. Putting in a greater degree of effort, and producing a higher-quality result yields the high B or A grade, and requires quite a bit more dedication and care than a low B. You really do get out of it what you put into it. The dissertation part of the program is the real equalizer. The process (which I've only just begun) is rigorous in its somewhat bureaucratic nature, as well as in the way it sets students a bit adrift if they're not 100% committed to attainment. Based upon other students' stories, it's a journey of perseverance and diligence combined with a scholarly endeavor. The instructors have been what you'd expect at most schools...some great, most OK, some not so good. No instructor has ever been an impediment to my success, however...and in most cases they've been helpful in guiding the way. It's absolutely necessary to have good time management skills, and the ability to adapt as the program progresses. Again...perseverance... I can't comment on the AA or BA/BS, MA/MS/MBA programs. In the doctoral space, I think the education is solid, and appears to be on-par with other professional taught doctorates of which I'm aware. For those seeking a degree from a highly-acclaimed school, such as an Ivy or other top-rated institution, this certainly is not the place for you. However, I think those that attend UoP for a doctorate who have the drive to succeed, will do well with the knowledge and skills they acquire.

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Degree: Psychology, Other
Graduation Year: 2015
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I have been a student with them for the past 4 years. I have not had any problems with them. They always checked on me when the end of my classes were getting close to make sure that I was ok for the next class. My financial adviser always kept me updated on what I needed to do. The classes are good but it just all depends on what you are willing to put into your education, but that is like with anything, you reap what you sow. I liked this university so much that I suggested my son to start taking classes here.

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A.A. in elementary education
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Degree: Education, General
Graduation Year: 2013
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I've been a student for three years now. To be %100 honest, it's an ok school. You get out of it exactly what you put into it. Yes you can pass your classes without really having to read any of the material and yes the other students there will drive you insane. However, I decided to learn since I was paying for it so I actually received a fairly decent education in comparison to my other classmates. The BIGGEST problems I have had with this school is their financial department, they lie like nobody I have ever encountered. I do everything via Email because of this fact. I have had to several time, send them emails that they have sent to me, just to prove that they were lying. You have to stay on top of your finances because they will keep your money for as long as they possibly can. The other issue I have had is that after obtaining my A.A. in Elementary Education I decided that I was just a few short classes away from obtaining a second Associates in Criminal Justice. So for career reasons I asked to be transferred. I was told that would be no problem. It turned out to be a HUGE problem that took 6 months for them to fix. Two UoP staff members told me I could receive a second Associates and two UoP managers told me that I couldn't. It apparently goes against their policy. So I was out of school for 6 months before they finally decided that since THEY messed up (thank goodness I had the emails to prove this) they decided to place me in the Bachelors for Criminal Justice program. So I have been dropped into a Bachelors program without having taken any prerequisite courses. I am behind the other students and STILL managing to do more than my team mates. That would be my third problem with this school. The teams are a great way to learn how to handle other people and other ideas. However, your grade is entirely dependent upon them doing their part of the project. If they don't do their part, your project lays unfinished. An unfinished project receives 0 points for the entire team. So I have had classes where I was literally in charge of doing everyone's work because they didn't feel the need to participate. The instructor did nothing when notified several times, in several different classes. Which leads me to my fourth and final problem with this school. The instructors, some of them know what they are doing, some have actually read the material they are instructing BUT some have not. I have had instructors tell me that they do not know the answer to my question because they are not in charge of teaching, they are in charge of grading and dulling out assignments. Admittedly stating that they do not understand what they are instructing and don't care to. So like I said in the beginning, if you do the reading and the research, you will get a decent education but if you don't you will still graduate. It's sad because I am lumped in with the group that didn't do their reading so I receive a lot of uneasy looks when I inform people I am a UoP student. I have to quickly explain that I am in charge of y education and not the school... thank goodness.

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Drew - 5 days ago

I like you! I got my MAEd from UoP and came back for my EdD. Everything you said is very true. The good thing about UoP is that WE ARE IN CHARGE of our education. If we want to learn, Phoenix has designed a top-notch program to prepare us for a successful career. If you're looking for somebody to hold your hand, go find another school! Lol. Great stuff.

Frankie P - about 5 hours ago

This is the complaint I always here about. "The team concept". I pay for the education, but not really. Actually, I am paying for the team. Wether they are a bunch of "flat tires" or a "highly motivated" group. I am paying... What's the point? You will get your degree one way or another. You'll bust your but or ride the smarties...In reality of the work force, the flat tires in life usually get the boot in the end. Your perseverance will pay off....you should make up your mind if this type of schooling is for you..

University of Phoenix, Good college experience
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Degree: Business, Management, Marketing, and Related Support Services, Other
Graduation Year: 2014
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There has been some negative remarks about online colleges and the best response I have to that is online learning is not for everyone. UoP has a high enrollment of people who are older, have been out of school for decades, and have English as a second language. I believe this college is doing a wonderful service to those who would not have the time to attend a brick-and-mortar college. I found the curriculum challenging enough in most classes but for the most part easily accomplished with study and hard work. Online learning takes self-discipline, a good schedule, planning, and perseverance. A student in an online college needs to be a self-started who can supervise themselves, not for people who need someone to micro manage them. UoP uses up to date quality textbooks and information and does make it known that instructors are facilitators, not professors. They are there to facilitate or support and guide your learning experience. In the majority of my classes my facilitators had degrees, and had decades of life experience in the field they were 'teaching'. You are not spoon fed answers in this college. The latter half of my course work for my Associate's degree was comprised of questions and assignments that required students to fully grasp the material in order to complete the work in a comprehensive manner. There was no searching through the textbook to copy and paste a pat answer. Forums were enjoyable, and for the most part were student-driven discussion centers based on a topic introduced by the facilitator. There was much latitude in these discussions and most facilitators joined right in with experiences and information. There is great support through a variety of counselors in UoP. I would recommend this college as one that does more than just 'go to the bank' as critics suggest. I've completed my Associate's degree this past June and am moving into my Bachelor's. I expect it to be just as challenging and even look forward to the learning team experience. UoP has provided a plethora of information, tool-kits, workshops, and faculty support for students entering learning teams. Much of the complaints about learning teams seems to come from people who didn't prepare themselves, or had inaccurate preconceived ideas and didn't bother to work through issues. One last comment. I've read many posts on many websites that complained that students who slacked off or plagiarized got away with it scott free. Since grades and disciplinary actions are confidential how do these students know what happened to other students? It's not as if the instructors inform everyone that so-and-so got caught plagiarizing their paper and got an F. I believe these are assumptions and it's very bad form to promote your assumptions as fact.

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Save your time and money, don't go to UoP.
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Degree: Information Technology
Graduation Year: 2014
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My inital fear was the 'working group' aspect of this school. I don't mind working within groups but I had heard the way UoP manages this is not a good thing. I gave it some thought and decided that I could work through it. Turns out my inital feelings were correct. Group assignments are a joke and inaffective as learning tools. Additionally, I know for a fact that work submitted, both individually and through group assignments, are not consistantly being reviewed by the instructors. Classes are little more then busy work and I have learned very little from the 10 classes I have taken and feel I can do better at another school. Bottomline is I feel UoP is only interested in one thing...your money.

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Catherine - 9 days ago

I disagree with your post. It seems you are not grasping a deeper understanding "working groups". Many Fortune 500 companies require excellent skills and success in team work. The team assignments are just the tip of the iceberg of what you are actually accomplishing. You won't realize the benefits until you are out in the working world. I find the facilitators very qualified to teach and I also believe they are reviewing your work. I get excellent feedback on all of my assignments and this helps me improve as I move forward. I am well into my junior year and my learning experience has far exceeded my initial expectations. Online learning is not for everyone. Some need to be spoon fed information and their hand held to walk them through class. Online line learning are for those with ambition, independence, discipline, and committed to reaching their goals. Instead of sitting in a lecture class on campus, you are reading the assigned material independently. The support is only different in that you communicate online instead of occasionally face to face with your instructor. I attended a college on campus and I communicated more with my professor through email vs face to face. I had to make an appointment if I wanted to talk to them. Online, I get a response almost instantly the dame day. For those who are electronic savvy can learn that some of the facilitators at the U of P online learning are actually leaders of Fortune 500 companies. I can only speak for myself and say that choosing the U of P online was the best decision for me. It is worth every penny I spend and I am a cash paying student, no scholarships, and no grants. I have a little over a year before I complete my degree and I am already getting some job offers. I have straight A's with a high GPA. I work extremely hard for my grades. It is not a walk in the park by any means. So before you negatively slam a University that has so much to offer their hard working students, do some research and make sure you are not just a bad student that cannot handle the intense learning independently.

Ex Student - 2 days ago

I couldn't agree more, save your money. The teacher's are incompetent. I learned a lot in the on-line classes, they make you read and do the work. The working groups are a major joke and offer no learning what so ever.

UOPHX only wants your money. I totally disagree with Catherine. One teacher was so bad, we all complained and they had her teach the next class.

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Degree: Business, Management, Marketing, and Related Support Services, Other
Graduation Year: 2013
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I have obtained both my AA and BSBA at UoP in 2011 and 2013 respectfully, UoP does provide coursework relative to work in today's workforce. The total cost for a 4 year degree here is about $80,000 after it is all said and done, while it is expensive, I would recommend that adults should use the online schools and I beleive that younger adults will not be able to get the full University experience from an online course, however adults will because even though the facilitators (Not all of them have PhD's) provide you guidance to the syllabus , they are not going to hold your hand , so be prepared that you will only get out what you put into the program. In the full 4 year program, I only spoke to the facilitators twice about coursework and please do not applied for a waiver of credits, it is a money making tactic that they will send you though the ringer. I work in Higher Education at Stanford University and know first hand a good school from a not so good school and most employers that I have spoken to do not like UoP because the course work is not that hard, just time consuming and expensive and I only went because I thought I would be able to use an accredited university like this to get a better job, well, I am still at Stanford and still only an admin here. I apply each and everyday for higher paying jobs I am quified for and since graduating last june 2013, it is very hard and their online job connection is mainly for working at 7-eleven or wal-mart kind of places, I would suggest to look for an instate school that provides online courses and is accredited. I am going to pursue my masters at another university in hopes that I will be able to have a better chance at getting my dream job!

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Degree: Nursing Practice
Graduation Year: 2014
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DO NOT ATTEND THIS SCHOOL AT ALL! When I inquired about this school, they never stopped calling me. They gave me false promises and false hope! This school does NOT abide by reasonable rules that traditional (brick and mortar) schools operate by. They are not regulated by anyone and they pay off enough politicians to receive financial aid funds by the federal government!!! Not to mention, you never will get a REAL job with this school on your resume. Check our consumer reports for the NUMEROUS complaints against this school. Take my word for it...RUN LIKE HELL!!! Go to a school where they want you to succeed. This school's philosophy is: YOU DON'TGET WHAT YOU PAY FOR!!!! You get irritated, middle aged, bitter nursing administrators who take out their personal vendettas on students!!! NO OUTSIDE CREDITS ACCEPTED- Despite what I was promised, UoP doe not accept ANY outside school's credits. They will lie to you and say that they do to keep you registered in courses. NO STUDENT EVER WINS A GRADE DISPUTE- I received a grade just lower than I expected and the school refused to acknowledge this. The UoP does not provide students an advocate/representative or a FAIR opportunity for students to state their case. The UoP Nursing Department CLAIMS that they provide a fair opportunity, but they refuse to provide telephone numbers or emails for students to contact people who can help. Do not count on GINA DRAKE to give a darn about your issue. She, like the rest of the FOR PROFIT employees are driven by the all mighty dollar!!! The more they get to keep without giving a degree, the better for them. I think we all should BOYCOTT this school as it operates like a vigilante school with no oversight. NO STUDENT EVER WINS AN APPEAL- Enough said. Don't waste your time! Students must pay fees, but if you need a REAL person to state your case (like a student attorney), don't bother. EVEN if you have never had an issue before, this school can issue Code of Conduct charges left and right without any reason and if anyone submitted an accusation. It is really sad!!! INSTRUCTORS ARE MILITANT TYRANTS AND DO NOT HAVE A MORAL OBLIGATION TO BE FAIR TO YOU- I did extremely well in this program until my VERY LAST course. I took NUR590B and missed the mark by approximately 10 points and had to retake the course. I took it again with the instructor (BEV JENSEN) who approved my practicum and she PURPOSEFULLY failed me. The instrucor is a TYRANT who refused to grade my final assignments that were all submitted on time. I even provided a letter from my practicum site and she refused to grade my assignment. The instructor knew that this was my second and FINAL chance in this course (as she DEMANDED this information at the start of the class). I believe she purposefully wanted to see me fail because the nursing administration backups these TYRANT teachers!

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Catherine - 9 days ago

WOW! You accused the nursing instructors of being bitter, irritated, and middle aged. It sounds like you are a young irritated and bitter student. I have been a nurse for many years and the U of P accepted over 30 of my credits to transfer in. Research the policies before you post negative comments. They won't accept a barely passing grade for transfer. It also sounds like you have a unpleasant attitude, which is precisely what the health care world is attempting to weed out. So actually, your nursing instructors are pretty brilliant. People with anger issues such as yours should not be working in health care. I hope things will get better for you as you mature. Working in health care requires compassion and dedication to healing the sick and you will not succeed if you are selfish and greedy (only in it for the pay). Work on making better choices and you will realize your journey will be easier and more rewarding. The best of luck to you.

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