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5 out of 5
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Degree: Human Services
Graduation Year: 2015

As an alumni, at University of Phoenix, current MFT Program, I have soared! Being a first generational graduate of my family, I shared that my greatest potential and future is because of this school. Enduring challenges, UOP staff and students encouraged me to discover my identity that I though was to hard to find. If your looking for a great school that encourages culture, education, and reaching for the stars! Than University of Phoenix is for you!

5 out of 5
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Degree: Business Administration and Management, General
Graduation Year: 2004

The educational experience at University of Phoenix was excellent. I received my BSB/M in 2004, and the degree has opened many doors to employment that would not have been available to me otherwise. The program I attended was on campus. My instructors all had extensive experience in the field in which they were teaching. I loved working in teams with others in my cohort. I learned as much from my fellow teammates as I did from the instructors. The weekly in class presentations helped me work through my fear of public speaking, which has helped me at work as well as in every day life. I truly cannot say enough how grateful I am for my experience at UoPHX.

4 out of 5
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Degree: Information Technology
Graduation Year: 2003

I had a positive experience with UOP. I went to a campus located in Santa Theresa NM (not sure if it is still around). The Professors were knowledgeable and the environment was always positive. I did pay a pretty penny for it though which is really the only bad thing I have to say about it. I have not had any issues getting jobs nor have I had anyone give me crap about my degree and its authenticity. I have not tried to go back to school to further my education so not sure if those credits would transfer over. I this point in my career (I am in management now) I don't see myself going back to school so whether they transfer or not it really doesn't effect me right now.

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3 out of 5
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Degree: Business
Graduation Year: 2016

Let me start by saying, I was a transfer student from UNLV. I decided to transfer to U of P because I was working full-time and going to UNLV full-time and I was exhausted. Now...if you want a degree just because you need it to further your career, U of P would be a great option. For example, if you are a GS employee, they do not care what school you attend, as long as it is accredited. My issue with this school is the fact that EVERY TIME I HAD A QUESTION FOR A PROFESSOR, I WAS ALWAYS REVERTED TO YOUTUBE. I have a problem with paying tuition to a school and not being able to have a question answered. This happened on several occasions. Don't think you will be handed the work because you actually have to earn your grade and some professors don't care about what circumstances are going on in your life, the work has a deadline that needs to be met. As soon as I graduated, I was contacted to pursue a masters with them. I declined their offer because of the fact that their instructors (SOME, NOT ALL) refused to assist me as the student when I needed a clarification on work. My academic advisor was great and we've developed a great relationship through the years, she always managed to take her time with any questions or do research when necessary. If I had to do it over again, I would have a selected another institution.

2 out of 5
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Degree: Business, Management, Marketing, and Related Support Services, Other
Graduation Year: 2017

Not going to write a long story but I regret enrolling in this school. I was definitely misled. This school does not care for their students. They used a great marketing strategy to lure us students in their school. I currently am a campus student but will be forced to do online classes for the remainder of my courses. This is a load of crap!! Since the retention rate of new students went down and students dropping out, they decided to close the campus I am at. I was told from the head directors that the last few students were going to finish the remainder of their program til graduation. I think i deserve my loans be forgiven for the false advertisement this school portrayed. How can people basically steal money from people that are trying to better themselves. Some country we live in !!!

4 out of 5
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Degree: Business
Graduation Year: 2014

I graduated from California State University San Marcos Class of 2008; I recently obtained my MBA/ACC from UOPx after my physician told me UOPx had a strong MBA program. My concerns with UOPx consist of a the lack of innovation to remain a dominant contender as an online educational institution. UOPx should apply additional prerequisites for admission and rebrand to eliminate the for profit reputation. I have created a survey base on innovative ideas: https://plus.google.com/u/0/+UnterrieHinton/posts/ZoC6e9j4ewQ

5 out of 5
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Degree: Business, Management, Marketing, and Related Support Services, Other
Graduation Year: 2015

I loved UOP the instructors were tough but fair and they were always available for you and most them gave out their personal telephone number if you needed to connect with them not just emails, i was impressed by that. UOP was expensive and honestly if i had to do it again i would have researched schools thoroughly and saved about $10,000 but its over now and the process was enjoyable and controversial at times dealing with different personalities in the team aspect, but it made me an stronger person also the financial aid services, and academic services were incredible when ever you needed them they were there and if they were not available they returned your calls back promptly.

4 out of 5
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Degree: Teaching
Graduation Year: 2005

I'm actually writing this review for my ex-wife, for whom I paid her masters back in 2004-2005. She already had a bachelors in Geography from an accredited four year university, which of course was worthless in providing her with a career, but got her lots of part-time jobs just over minimum wage. She checked with all the state, private, and for profit schools in the area and found that the University of Phoenix was by far the quickest way for her to get a masters degree in teaching. Since I was footing the bill, we never dealt with financial aid and she had no student loans, although I paid close to $16k for two years of tuition and other assorted expenses. Her classes were all group-oriented, and they formed their groups the first day by geographical location. She could have waited for three months until the next group of classes began in our area, but she wanted to get started right away, which was unnecessary since she graduated long before schools began hiring new teachers in the summer of 2006. Since there were five students from our area (about 40 miles from the Salt Lake campus) my ex ended up with them by default. One was completely NUTS and expected them to drive 20 miles out of their way to give her a ride every week. I finally put my foot down and demanded that her husband deliver her to our house to carpool with my ex, and to pick her up afterwards. Since I have a minor in English, I helped edit several of her group's papers, which worked well until the lunatic realized I'd edited HER section of their current assignment, and threw a screaming fit. Appealing to their teacher to have the woman removed from their group did no good - this IS a FOR PROFIT school, so they were told they had to work it out, and if they couldn't it would affect their group's grade. Basically that meant caving to all her ridiculous demands (except where car pooling was concerned) and apologizing for touching her sacred writing. My ex had checked with the local schools to make sure they'd hire someone with a masters from UoP, so when she graduated after 18 months, she submitted her resume to the local charter schools, (the public schools had an exclusive deal with the huge local university who provided their student teachers) she was hired when the new school year began. Yes, it was worth it to put her through school so she could pay her own way, especially after she filed for divorce halfway through getting her degree. Having to deal with a nut case taught her some life lessons, although if the school actually CARED about their student's experience, they'd have told her to wait and attend their local branch. (It turns out that based on the hiring timeline of the school district, my ex could have waited for the next local term to begin instead of driving to Salt Lake once a week.) By all reports, she's an excellent teacher - she's gotten the bonus the principal awards to the best teacher in his school several times, and has been in demand to teach classes to teachers during the summer months to pick up extra cash. I wouldn't recommend UoP to get a bachelor's degree, but for some masters degrees, it's the quickest way to go.

5 out of 5
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Degree: MBA
Graduation Year: 2014

I learned a lot from the program. The math portion was very challenging but with the in class set-up i was able to ask my teachers for help & classmates. Without their help i would not have passed. I am still in the military so as of now i cannot say whether it has helped my career.

1 out of 5
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Degree: Small Business Administration/Management
Graduation Year: 2010

This college only cares as long as you are MONEY to them. Worst career placement, rude staff, poor customer service,

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