Corporate Articulation

Your employees can earn college credit for your training.

Help your employees maximize the investment of your organization’s professional development resources. Explore the opportunity with University of Phoenix to convert your internal training into college credit. Your employees will not only be immersed in a real-world education that aligns with your business needs, they’ll also enjoy the personal satisfaction that comes with earning a degree.

What a corporate articulation agreement means for you
Your training programs are valuable and we want to help you maximize your return on investment. We can help you develop a corporate articulation plan outlining which of your internal training programs may be eligible for college credit. This empowers employees to build on the knowledge they’ve already gained and helps you make the most out of your tuition assistance dollars.

Providing educational opportunities for your employees helps you develop a workforce that’s engaged in current business trends and in your company’s success. Build a corporate articulation agreement as part of a comprehensive educational partnership with University of Phoenix and help your employees achieve their personal and professional goals.

Together, we can develop employees who are ready to meet the demands of today’s workforce. Talk to us about our education partnerships. Call 800.433.3180 to learn more.

The use of the phrase education partner or education partnership is for marketing purposes only and is not intended to create a legal partnership.

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