Perhaps you're interested in becoming a teacher, a teacher's aide, or ready for a change in careers and looking to enter the education field. Maybe you're already an educator and you want to expand your knowledge and skills.
Whatever your reason, University of Phoenix has a degree program to meet your needs. Our programs enable you to gain up-to-date expertise and may provide preservice teacher preparation. The curriculum is continually updated to reflect the latest theories and techniques in teaching.
Offered by several colleges within the University, our education degree programs range from an Associate of Arts in Paraprofessional Education to a Bachelor of Science in Education/Elementary Education—all the way up to master's-level programs that enable you to focus on your areas of interest, such as administration and supervision, adult education and training, or teacher education. Doctoral programs, focused on educational leadership, are also available.
For more information on our colleges with education degree programs, click on the appropriate link below.
- Associate's degrees
- College of Education (bachelor's and master's programs)
- School of Advanced Studies (doctoral programs)
See program list:
Click here to view education programs.
The Master of Arts in Education program, with options in Elementary Teacher Education and Secondary Teacher Education, has been approved for initial accreditation by the Teacher Education Accreditation Council (TEAC) from December 20, 2007 to December 20, 2013. For additional information, visit teac.org.