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Doing more with less is an operational requirement and reality for you. Federal agencies have been asked to increase their service while decreasing operating costs, making it progressively difficult to attract and retain skilled employees.
And there are even more complications — in 2010, the average age of government employees was 47. Based on the retirement guidelines by the Federal Employees Retirement System (FERS), many of your employees could be eligible for retirement in the coming years.
Adopting a strategy of continuous education can help you attract and retain valuable employees while you build a leaner, more efficient workforce:
Your employees can choose the flexibility of attending class online, anytime and anywhere there’s an Internet connection, or at one of more than 100 locations around the country.
Speak with a Workforce Solutions Advisor to find out how your staff and agency will benefit from an educational collaboration with University of Phoenix.
We offer degree programs that can help your staff increase their skills in the professional, administrative or technical categories, including public sector service and management, like the Master of Public Administration, Bachelor of Science in Business with a concentration in Public Sector* and the Master of Business Administration.
Graduates will be able to:
The incidence and severity of cybercrimes is growing, increasing the threat to our nation’s security. The Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice Administration degree with a concentration in Cybercrime* can prepare members of your workforce to recognize and act upon possible security breaches and Internet crimes.
Your employees in law enforcement and security can take advantage of degree programs that will help them develop specialized knowledge for their fields. We’ll help your IT professionals sharpen or gain new skills with degree programs and individual courses that apply specifically to their field.
Veterans hospitals want their registered nurses to gain greater expertise so they can be confident in their ability to provide comprehensive patient care. The Bachelor of Science in Nursing and Master of Science in Nursing programs at University of Phoenix are accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE) (aacn.nche.edu/ccne-accreditation).
Speak with a Workforce Solutions Advisor to help you develop your next leaders.
*In Maryland, the Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice has an emphasis in Cybercrime, and the Bachelor of Science in Business has an emphasis in Public Sector.