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Online bachelor’s degrees

Take charge of your future by earning an online bachelor’s degree that’s affordable, career-focused and fits with your schedule.

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3. Voris, B. (2020, June 9). Work Experience Calc_2020.06.09.xlsx. University of Phoenix, Faculty Analytics, BI Analyst Sr.

So much of what I was doing in class was applicable to my work. That was invaluable!

Brandi M. | BSHA ‘15

Why earn your online

bachelor's degree with us

Why earn your online

bachelor's degree with us

Start when you're ready

You have 8-10 opportunities all year long to start your online bachelor’s degree, so you can begin when it best suits your schedule.

Affordable, locked-in tuition

Our tuition and fees are competitive and fixed. Which means no surprises or rising tuition costs – only one, set price you can manage.

Accreditation that matters

We’ve been accredited by the Higher Learning Commission (hlcommission.org) and its predecessor for more than 40 years. Specific business, counseling, education and nursing degree programs have also received programmatic accreditation.

Frequently

Asked Questions

How will a bachelor's degree help me?

Having a bachelor’s degree has become increasingly important. On average, bachelor’s degree employment is projected to grow by 7.7% between 2018 and 2028.* So if you’re looking to develop career-relevant skills, an online bachelor’s degree can help. You can gain the knowledge and critical skills you need to stay competitive in growing fields like business, healthcare and information technology

*Information based on data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics and is not specific to University of Phoenix.

How long does it take to get a bachelor’s degree?

Bachelor degree programs typically take four years to complete. But you can you save time and money on your degree by transferring eligible credits from an accredited institution, or applying to have your relevant work and life experiences evaluated for potential credit toward your degree.

How many credits are needed for a bachelor’s degree?

120 credits – but many of our students transfer credits from accredited institutions, helping them save time and money on their online bachelor degree programs.

Can I transfer my credits from other schools?

Yes, you can transfer eligible credits from previous accredited college courses toward our bachelor degree programs, as well as apply to have your relevant work and life experiences evaluated for potential credits as well. 

How much does it cost?

With our Tuition GuaranteeTM, you can count on fixed, affordable pricing for your entire degree program. Our online bachelor degree programs are $398 per credit, except for the RN to Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) program which is $350 per credit. If you transfer in eligible credits from an associate degree you could potentially receive a fixed price of $350 per credit. Military students and alumni also receive special pricing. Please check with your enrollment representative for pricing details.

Do you have any scholarship opportunities?

With our Tuition GuaranteeTM, your tuition is affordable and locked in from start to finish of your program. But you can also explore a variety of scholarship opportunities outside of the University.

Can I attend all online?

Yes, all our courses are available 100% online.

What bachelor’s degrees are available at University of Phoenix?

Bachelor degree programs are available in a variety of fields like business, healthcare, IT, nursing, education, criminal justice, communications, psychology, behavioral sciences and environmental science.