Instructors who practice what they teach

Nandita V. | School of Business

Instructors who practice what they teach

At University of Phoenix, our professors are called instructors because rather than professing knowledge, they’ve lived it. All Phoenix instructors are skilled professionals with advanced education in the field they’re teaching — and the credentials to match.

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At University of Phoenix, our professors are called instructors because rather than professing knowledge, they’ve lived it. Our instructors are skilled professionals with advanced education.

Our current instructors include:

227 Chief Executive Officers
25 Chief Information Officers
10 Chief Technology Officers
10 Chief Nursing Officers
79 Chief Financial Officers
36 Chief Operating Officers
13 Principals
13 Superintendents

Christopher W. | School of Business

Have a question? Ask your instructor, anytime.

Raise your virtual hand when you have a question, even if it’s after hours. You’ll receive a personal reply from your instructor — not a teacher's assistant. If you need a little one-on-one help, we also offer tutoring services in math or reading 7 days a week.

Let their experience help you discover your wings

Confidence isn’t something you get from textbooks or theory. Our instructors turn theory into skills you can put into practice right away — after all, they know firsthand what works and what doesn’t.

Faculty fast facts

17:1
UOPX student to instructor ratio
25
years average of professional experience we bring to the classroom
12
years average teaching instruction at University of Phoenix
15%
of faculty work or have worked for a Fortune 100 company
27%
of faculty work or have worked for a Fortune 1000 company

Faculty credentials

View complete lists of the faculty members for each of our schools and colleges, in PDF format, by clicking on the links below.

Business and Information Technology
Doctoral Studies
Education
General Studies
Health Professions
Nursing
Behavioral Science