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University of Phoenix education programs are offered through the College of Education, and at the undergraduate or graduate level. The programs in education at University of Phoenix focus on the integration of theoretical principles and their practical applications in the classroom.
University of Phoenix offers education programs to suit a variety of academic interests and at all degree levels. The associate degree education programs focus on elementary education, while the bachelor’s education program stresses student teaching and field-based work so you earn a degree that is both academically enriching and applicable to today's rapidly changing world. In addition, the BSEd education program includes a teacher licensure preparation program.
Thanks to our distance learning options, you can complete your program by setting your own schedule, logging on to complete your assignments and coursework from almost anywhere, at any time.
At the master’s degree level, students have the opportunity to choose from a diverse range of education program specializations that include a teacher licensure preparation program if available. Master of Arts in Education (MAED) program areas include:
For advanced students, the Ph.D. in Higher Education Administration and Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership education programs offer a blend of online and residency modalities of instruction. The majority of these advanced education programs are delivered online in a virtual classroom setting.
Students in an education program combine on-campus or online learning with field experience to develop and hone the skills needed to face real-world educational challenges. Education degree programs can be completed online or at a campus location in your state.
While widely available, not all programs are available in all locations or in both online and on-campus formats. Please contact an enrollment advisor to confirm program availability in your local area.