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Degree: Psychology
Graduation Year: 2015

The University of Phoenix is the perfect school for those who don't plan to have the traditional college experience. Life happens to some of us before we are able to finish the degree and that is where the University of Phoenix comes into play. Defiantly a great choice that I am happy about.

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Degree: Communications (Strategic & Organizational)
Graduation Year: 2017

The University of Phoenix programs was designed for students who are also working. After I got my AA through UoP, I was promoted to Team Lead at my company and eventually to Production Supervisor. Both positions required many hours of work, sometimes over sixty hours per week. The flexibility of the program allowed me to return to school and graduate with my B.S. in communications and technology and now I am working towards my MBA. The online program is definitely the way to go for anybody who wants to get their degree while working full time, and still have time to spend with their family.

1 out of 5
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Degree: Nursing
Graduation Year: 2016

The University of Phoenix is not a good college to attend. The instructors are not supportive of students. They intentionally fail student. Have you have any issue with your classes, they will not resolve it, but they just want you to repeat the classes and take you money. Please do not go to this university. It is a disaster.

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Degree: Human Services
Graduation Year: 2017

I believe the University of Phoenix is a great school. It offers flexible scheduling for us students that work while attending school. The interactive online classroom allows me to stay accountable to my class assignments. Team assignments allow me to learn to communicate and work with others . The program also incorporates two field experiences that will give me hands on learning opportunities to explore my field of study.

3 out of 5
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Degree: Human Resources Management/Personnel Administration, General
Graduation Year: 2016

When I decided to obtain my Bachelors degree from the University of Phoenix, I was excited and nervous. However when I met with the campus student advisor he was friendly and patient while I asked a ton of questions. That was the last time I was pleased with my experience, as shortly thereafter he was no longer with the school, and I was not informed ahead of time. During my four years of attendance, the academic and financial advisor turnover was substantial and we were never informed about the change ahead of time. There were some very talented instructors unfortunately they were outnumbered by those who were just teaching as a second source of income. I cannot say that I am regretful for signing up, as I did accomplish my goal of graduating with my degree. I just wish the university was more organized and communicated more.

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Degree: Technology Management
Graduation Year: 2006

I had an extremely positive experience with UoP. Provided me the basics I needed for a business degree, guided me in the development of a business plan that started a new business, and provided the analytical and executive decision making that I needed to propel my career. Ten years later, I am an executive in a Fortune 25 company running a $3 billion dollar business. Like any school, you get out of it what you put into it.

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Degree: Communications
Graduation Year: 2013

I can only give top marks to UoP. I could not finish my Bachelor's at the traditional University I was previously attended, due to job and family commitment, and this was a wonderful experience. If you are not a self-motivated, self-disciplined self-starter, keep on going because UoP is not for you. The program is very intense, more so than traditional university, and if you are not dedicated, you will not make it. I did, and was very proud to walk in 2013!

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Degree: Accounting
Graduation Year: 2011

"I found University of Phoenix Online as well as seen many commercials, I was hesitant at first to apply. But once I spoke with an admissions counselor I was able to decide right then and there that I wanted to go back to school. At this point I was out of school with an Associates Degree in Business Management for 5 years. I returned after having my second child and worked full-time. I completed my Bachelors Degree in Accounting within 1.5 years. It has now been 7 years that I am out of school and I am pursuing the option of going back in September of 2016 for my Master's in Accounting with the Bridge Certificate for CPA. This is one of the best schools I have attended."

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Degree: Statistics
Graduation Year: 2011

Don't ever take a class from the University of Phoenix. What a waste of time and money. They promised support, both with tutors and online lectures and tutorials. They had none of that. Navigating the site was a nightmare. If I could go back, I would never have even considered them. What a waste. They didn't tell me I could buy my own book, so I was charged even more for that when i could have gotten it online for 20 bucks. A lack of information and communication. I didn't pay $1000 to have a professor to grade me on how well I read a book.

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Degree: Criminal Justice
Graduation Year: 2016

I recently graduated with my Associates of Arts degree in Criminal Justice, and now I am currently pursuing my Bachelors in Criminal Justice with University of Phoenix online classes. I love that you can move at your own pace, and teachers are available online with various means of contacting them. There is many resources online available to help students survive through all their classes.

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