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Education partnership: Antelope Valley College and University of Phoenix
Academic and government regulations change all the time, and higher education administrators will need the right skills to address shifts in policy as they arise. That’s why Antelope Valley College has partnered with University of Phoenix, to offer access to degree programs that prepare you to address new regulations and help you pursue a leadership role.
Community colleges face a shortage of administrators. In fact, jobs in this field are expected to grow 19 percent by 2020 as aging provosts, deans and other staff members retire. Not only that, but approximately 6.3 million jobs will require a bachelor’s degree by 2020, which could lead to increased student enrollment. By giving you the skills you need to advance professionally, Antelope Valley College develops the leaders it needs to address these issues and grow academically.
Your schedule is often as hectic as the schedules of the students you serve. Fortunately, University of Phoenix offers degree programs in business, information technology, security and other areas online and at more than 100 locations nationwide — so helping others reach their academic goals doesn’t have to prevent you from reaching yours.
At University of Phoenix, we believe in using real-world scenarios to educate students. That’s why many of our instructors in the School of Business work as C-suite executives, managers and directors, so you can lead by their examples.
Develop a deeper understanding of core business concepts, or lead the way community colleges think about IT.
Shape administrative policy and curricula, position yourself as a leader in core business areas or innovate in information technology.
Start your career in community college administration and support.
Maryland residents completing undergraduate degree programs will earn an emphasis rather than a concentration in a particular area of study.
The use of the phrase education partner or education partnership is for marketing purposes only and is not intended to create a legal partnership.
Take advantage of 10% off the cost of tuition when you enroll in any degree program, certificate or individual course at University of Phoenix.