From certificates to bachelor’s to master’s degrees, our College of Health Professions features programs in both nursing and healthcare administration. Our programs are designed to prepare you for a rapidly evolving industry—and to fit into your busy life.
At University of Phoenix College of Health Professions, we offer a wide array of programs that keep pace with emerging trends and best practices. We offer concentrations like informatics, long-term care, nurse administration, nurse education, health information systems, medical billing and coding, electronic health records and more.
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Position yourself for success at an accredited university where you can work toward your future one course at a time. Fill out a request form and we will help you start on the right track.
As the healthcare industry rapidly evolves, you need a college that is evolving right along with it.
Uniquely on the pulse of change in the dynamic healthcare industry, the College of Health Professions can help you navigate the changes, plan your path, and gain the up-to-date skills and credentials you’ll need to make an impact in your own life and in the lives of others.
The quality of education I received gave me the opportunity to pursue the position I hold now.
— Paul J. Bujdoso, Master of Health Administration, '09
Programs designed with healthcare in mind.
At University of Phoenix® College of Health Professions—we provide you flexible, personalized support. We also offer the opportunity to receive credit for prior academic and professional achievements, scholarships and other ways to save you time and money on your education.
University of Phoenix is the first of its kind created for—and by—working adults. Our flexible programs are available online and on campus, with a curriculum influenced by real industry expectations and taught by instructors who have actual experience in the healthcare world.
While widely available, not all programs are available in all locations or in both online and on-campus formats. Certificate programs are widely available in an online format but generally not available at our campus locations. Please check with a University Enrollment Representative.