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In our constantly changing world, we choose to adapt. We create a new future for ourselves and our families by updating our skills to become relevant in today’s workforce. Will you join us?
Daniel Gatz was in a dead-end job as a security guard. Wanting more for his family, he pursued a Bachelor of Science in IT and eventually earned a position as a Professional Systems Engineer for a leading telecom company.
Cindy Banton was laid off from an upper management job and diagnosed with cancer. She survived both, earned a Doctor of Management in Organizational Leadership with a specialization in IT and now runs her own business.
Danny Kim escaped a Khmer Rouge labor camp and came to the United States as a refugee. He grew up to become a police officer, but his opportunities to advance were limited without a degree. He earned a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice and is now a detective.
Personal reinvention starts with determination. Once you’ve got it, you can earn an education that’s relevant to in-demand jobs from a university that offers the flexibility you’ll need to keep your life in balance. Start rewriting your future today by applying to transfer the credits you’ve already earned and by taking one course at a time.
Achieve your goals one 5 or 6 week course at a time.
Apply to get credit for relevant work experience or transfer credits.
Take courses online or at one of our nationwide locations.
According to 2015 research by the Bureau of Labor Statistics*, the U.S. labor force— between 2014 and 2024 — is projected to add:
Source: U.S. Department of Labor: Job projections for 2014-2024 from Bureau of Labor Statistics. Information not specific to University of Phoenix.
Jenna Leahy and Tacey Clayton went back to school to earn their master’s degrees. They’re now reinventing education for low-income students, helping improve their chance to attend college. See how education has helped other alumni achieve their goals.
We don’t graduate students, we graduate families. When you earn a degree from University of Phoenix, you inspire future generations to go after their goals and not settle for discontent. Find out how an education changes more than your life.
Courses start every 5 weeks.