“University of Phoenix provided the flexibility and strong curriculum that would change my life . My Doctorate has offered me the opportunity to share my knowledge and experience. I encourage people to finish their degrees, work hard, and to remember it is not a race, but a journey.”
“Continuing my education through University of Phoenix was a natural complement to conversations of leadership development. Getting my doctorate in Organizational Leadership enabled me to understand the need for a new paradigm in these conversations, which I could now offer knowledge with my learning and practical applications.”
 This is a university-wide ratio. The College of Doctoral Studies student-faculty ratio may vary.
The approximate program length for a doctorate degree in business is 42 months, but it depends on a few factors including whether you take breaks during your program.
*The BLS Projected Growth for 2021-2031 is published by the US Bureau of Labor Statistics. This data reflects the BLS’ projections of national (not local) conditions. These data points are not specific to University of Phoenix students or graduates.
Yes, all our courses are available 100% online, including the symposiums. Where most colleges expect you to take several courses at once, here you’ll take one course at a time over 8 weeks in an innovative, virtual, asynchronous learning environment. You and your peers will engage in discussions, assignments and learning activities. Plus, you’ll learn curriculum from faculty who bring their own real-world experience and practice the same knowledge and skills they teach, all while learning the industry-relevant skills necessary to promote your career growth. What’s more? Throughout the course of your learning experience, our academic counselors and finance advisors are always there to support and guide your decisions from your first day to your last.