Massachusetts regulatory information
University of Phoenix provides disclosures to prospective students on each of its degree and certificate offerings in accordance with regulations established by the Office of the Attorney General of Massachusetts. Current and prospective students can access these disclosures on phoenix.edu at any time.
These disclosures provide information for each of the programs available to Massachusetts residents at the University’s Boston Campus and online. This information includes the cost of the program, graduation rate for the program, median program completion time, loan repayment statistics and placement. Please select a program below to view the relevant disclosure.
Massachusetts regulation also requires us to state that: (a) no representation may be made that our credits transfer to any other educational institution unless we have a written agreement with such other educational institution or other documentation verifying that credits can be transferred to the other educational institution; and (b) that we are aware of no other schools that accept the transfer of our credits. University of Phoenix makes no representation as to the factual accuracy of the preceding statement and encourages students and prospective students to contact any institution to which they may seek to transfer University of Phoenix® credits.
For this program, different tuition rates apply based on whether a student is considered a “new student” or a “continuing student” for pricing purposes.
1New Students: Students who will sign an enrollment agreement on or after 11/1/2016, who—for purposes of determining tuition rates—are defined as students who meet one of the following criteria: 1) individuals enrolling at University of Phoenix who do not have any positive attendance in any degree or credit-bearing certificate program course at the University, 2) students who have graduated (degree/certificate conferred) from a University of Phoenix degree or credit-bearing certificate program (not an en-route certificate) and are enrolling in a new program, and have not attempted any other program, with positive attendance, since graduating from the previous program, 3) students returning to a University of Phoenix program after having no positive attendance in any degree or credit-bearing certificate program course for longer than 365 days from the last positive attendance, or 4) students who are changing from a bachelor or master program (from which they have not graduated) to another program at a higher degree level.
2Continuing Students: Students who—for purposes of determining tuition rates—are defined as either: 1) students who have been pursuing a degree or credit-bearing certificate program when first positive attendance was prior to 11/1/2016 and who have not been out of attendance within 365 days from the last recorded positive attendance posted, or 2) students who are changing programs from a program started prior to 11/1/2016 (from which they have not graduated) and for which they have at least one recorded positive attendance within 365 days from the last recorded positive attendance, when the program change consists of one of the following: a change to another program at the same degree level, a change from an associate program to a bachelor program, or a change from a credit-bearing certificate program to an associate or bachelor program. 3) University of Phoenix students who are changing from an en-route credit-bearing certificate program from which they have graduated to an associate or bachelor program, when the first positive attendance for the certificate program was prior to 11/1/2016 and when there is positive attendance in the certificate program within 365 days of enrollment in the associate or bachelor program.