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University of Phoenix is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission (http://hlcommission.org). Since 1978, University of Phoenix has been continually accredited by the Higher Learning Commission and its predecessor. University of Phoenix obtained its most recent 10-year Reaffirmation of Accreditation in 2012–13. The Higher Learning Commission conducted an interim Comprehensive Evaluation in 2018, and the next Comprehensive Evaluation for Reaffirmation of Accreditation is scheduled for 2022–23.
We offer undergraduate, master’s and doctoral degree programs in many high-demand fields, including business, education, nursing and technology. You can complete your degree online from anywhere or on-campus, depending upon your location. The University also offers certificate programs, as well as individual, test-preparation and non-credit professional development courses.
Once you’ve chosen your degree program and
decided whether you will attend online or at
a local campus, you can determine how much
you’ll invest in your education and how you
will pay for it. We can walk you
step-by-step through the process with the
tuition and expenses estimating tool,
Financial Plan and Net Price Calculator.
With the financial planning tool you can:
Having information about your taxes, savings and any prior college credits available will help with this process. The more specific the information you provide, the more accurate your estimate will be.
There are many ways for you to fund your education. Follow the link below to learn about some of the most common financial options students use. Keep in mind, everyone’s situation is different, so it’s important to discuss payment options with a representative before enrolling.
Completion time depends on the program you choose and the number of transfer credits applied to the program. Speak with an Enrollment Representative to get detailed information.
Attending online class is easy, all you need is a reliable internet connection. You simply log into your classroom to complete assignments, access course materials and resources and interact with faculty and classmates. Class participation is graded based upon your contributions to online discussions. This is a great solution for students who might have a difficult time commuting and for those who learn better independently.
See the stories of those who’ve worked hard to build the future they want, by earning their degrees with us.