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Degree: Education
Graduation Year: 2010

I earned a Masters of Art degree in Education with a concentration in Adult Education and Training. I was afforded the opportunity to study with a diverse group of students. My instructors were very knowledgeable in their areas of study and I have been very fortunate to have my degree as it as allowed me the ability to compete and apply for many positions in my field.

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Degree: Nursing
Graduation Year: 2017

The Bachelors Degfree in Nursing was most informative & enllighting: Equipped with supportive & great instructors , excellent tech support 24/7 and a wealth of resources at a student's fingertips. This Degree program of study was very both challenging and rewarding. I encourage every student enrolling at UOP to place emphasis on time mamagement, place prioritties, set goals , Press forward with determination , and be assured , your goals will be the driver of your success! Good Luck

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Degree: Human Resources Management and Services, Other
Graduation Year: 2008

My experience attending University of Phoenix was exceptional. The Professors were accessible, knowledgeable, and reasonable in the work that they assigned to the students. The classroom setting was also very user-friendly. At the time I was in school, I was also pregnant with my last child. I had some complications during the pregnancy and had to be placed on bed rest. My Professors were very understanding of my situation and offered me extra time to complete my assignments. They were eager to offer their assistance and even made sure they checked on my health as well as my unborn child. I would recommend taking online classes here over any other University I have attended. The entire process, from start to finish, was phenomenal.

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Degree: Environmental Science
Graduation Year: 2021

Far too much BS, i am two classes in and both have been about ``university success``. I am trying to FURTHER my education, not regurgitate basic facts and learn about how others feel about the subject. As of now between the class i have finished and the class i currently take i have learned nothing new except how homosexuals and immigrants are different but equal, the current class broadening those groups to include everyone. I understand online college is understandably new and a work in progress but at 1200 dollars per class i expected a university education from the word go, not rapid debt gain without benefit. To summarize it, i have spent 2400 dollars on 10 weeks of Social Tolerance classes.

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Degree: Psychology, General
Graduation Year: 2017

Non veteran friendly, when I was short notice deployed I was unable to drop class and was fined 750$. I moved up through the financial bs'ers and wrote the president personally he guarantees me a refund and shoots his financial guy an attachment to refund me of which I never got. I have a single class to obtain my associates that I already got a letter saying the degree is obsolete... 3 years and thousands of dollars wasted a bunch of Fake money hungry fools. Further teachers were consistently unavailable and seldom gave real lecture or insight... my education truly came from their online library and texts provided..... save your money guys, just go to the public library...

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Degree: Business Administration
Graduation Year: 2009

This is the worst school you could ever go to. It is a for-profit school and they only care about your money and not your education. You will carry unqualified students through group projects, so you get a good grade. Those people who gave 4 and 5 stars are people who work there. They have an army of people to write good reviews about their school. Worst of all, no one respects a UOP degree, so good luck in finding a job. There so many good colleges out there, and UOP is not one of them. I finished an MBA and started a Doctors but quite and went to Grand Canyon University to compete my Doctor's degree, and now people respect me.

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Degree: Accounting
Graduation Year: 2017

I am taking a Master's level Certificate. The book is great. The study is good, but the application of the learning seriously lacks. Accounting is about practicing for the CPA exam by doing the process, not by doing writing assignments. The grammar and knowledge of fellow students sometimes was well below a Master's degree level. My financial aide was messed up as well. It costs a lot of money and I am not getting what I should be.

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Degree: Criminal Justice
Graduation Year: 2016

The University of Phoenix was challenging and offered one to ensure they are understanding the material. Debating and facing challenges provided an edge to the learning experience at Phoenix. Accepting what is brought forth was unacceptable, but questioning and understanding all sides of the topic at hand is encouraged. It is a difficult process to learn at an advanced level and demanding schedule, but it is well worth it.

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Degree: Business Administration
Graduation Year: 2014

I genuinely recommend the University of Phoenix to those who hunger to improve the productivity of their organization and provide leadership and service to their communities. The education I received was phenomenal and comparable to my undergraduate experience at a California State University.

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Degree: Elementary Education
Graduation Year: 2017

University of Phoenix is a joke. When I first started I thought that these people were really nice and it would be a great experience. I was completely wrong. My first class was a required class about critical thinking and the university. The professor was awful. I would complete the positing requirements but would never get credit for it. When I would ask the professor about this he would tell me that I did not meet the requirements even though I clearly did. He gave me the opportunity to re-do one with his revisions and said he would give me credit for it. In the end he did not. I ended up failing the class because my advisor was never available and never called me. After I failed and found out I had to retake the class then they told me I could have withdrawn from the class. I had to retake it and pay for it again. All of the classes were easy and no matter what type of class you always had a paper not some other assignment that would have helped much better than a paper. In February I asked to do the English degree and said I would like to teach with this degree. They said that they would call in June when the financial aid year was up. In June when they called they then told me I could not do this. I would have to get a Master's Degree to be able to teach. Now that I have found a school to transfer to that will allow me to complete this degree none of my classes transfer. They were all considered electives and now it is like I have not taken a years worth of school when I did. I wasted my money and financial aid and they do not care. Financial aid department was a joke too. Never had the same financial advisor because it was constantly changing and they would never answer the phone. I never was able to choose which class I would take next they always chose it for me. Definitely would not recommend this school!

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