Students with eligible credits and relevant experience on average saved $11k and 1 year off their undergraduate degree with University of Phoenix.
You may be able to earn your master's degree faster and for less if you can apply eligible saving opportunities. Check out your saving options as a master's degree student.
Students with eligible credits and relevant experience on average saved:
$6,800 & 9 credits
off their master's degree.
Credits earned at other colleges and universities may be transferable to your master's degree.
Scholarships can help you save time and money while earning your master's degree.
You may be able to apply work experiance as credit. Plus your employer may help with your tution costs.
Apply eligible transfer credits from an accredited university or college toward your master's degree.
Collect a list of schools where you completed courses.
Submit your online application.
Complete your transcript request from with your application.
Explore master’s degree scholarships.
The Phoenix® Master's Summer Scholarship
Now accepting applications
3 years of work experience required.
The Alumni Scholarship
3.25 GPA or higher required.
The Current Student Scholarship
3.85 GPA or higher with a minimum 9 credits completed and at least 9 credits remaining.
The skills you’ve gained in your past work experience may count as credit. Explore a variety of approved licenses, certificates, and training you can submit for review.
Take the next step and learn about the benefits you may have.
Making education accessible and affordable is one of our hallmarks. That’s why we have tools to
identify additional savings.
The Savings Explorer helps identify savings areas. You could have on-the-job training, military
service – even life experiences – evaluated for possible credit at no cost.
These savings options may be used with or without an employer tuition benefit.
Contact an enrollment representative to see how credits and other savings opportunities may apply to your education.