University of Phoenix   University of Phoenix
4615 E. Elwood Street
Phoenix, AZ 85040
(866) 766-0766
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University of Phoenix is a four-year proprietary school. Founded in 1976, it offers educational opportunities worldwide at 120 campuses and learning centers in 25 states, Puerto Rico, and Canada. Classes are also available via distance education through the University's online campus. The University of Phoenix emerged as an institution of higher learning dedicated to the needs of working adults. It offers bachelor's, master's and doctoral degree programs in the fields of Business, Technology, Management, Education, Nursing, Counseling, and Criminal Justice. Students may transfer credits from Associate degree-granting institutions which are either regionally or nationally accredited. Students may also earn credits through examinations, portfolio and business training.
Transfer Agreement Highlights
The University of Phoenix and Florida's 28 Community Colleges entered into an agreement to facilitate the transfer or associate degrees into a baccalaureate program. All college level course (not remedial or developmental) will transfer.
The University has two scholarship programs: one is a search engine that has been created with scholarships for adults learners pursuing a degree in higher education. The search engine is broken up into two areas - national scholarships and local scholarships. The other program is sponsored through the University of Phoenix Alumni network. This program offers scholarships to qualified candidates. The Florida public community colleges will receive scholarships to University of Phoenix programs to be awarded to Florida public community college's students, faculty or staff.

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