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  • 1. Welcome to University of Phoenix .
  • 2. Education is a smart investment
    • Business
    • Finance
    • E-Business
    • Management & Retail Management
    • Information Technology
    • Marketing
    • Accounting
    • Criminal Justice
    • Technology Management
    • Global Management
    • Education
    • Nursing/Health Care
  • 3. University of Phoenix is The Nations Largest Private University
    • Founded in 1976.
    • Over 320,000 students.
    • Over 244 campuses and learning centers.
    • Over 21,000 faculty members.
  • 4. Higher Learning Commission University of Phoenix is accredited by the North Central Association. and is a member of the
  • 5. University of Phoenix Offers Convenient and Flexible Options Attend class at one of five Chicago area locations. * Chicago Loop * Warrenville/Naperville * Schaumburg * Tinley Park Attend an online program
  • 6. Class Formats Campus - Attend class 1 night a week from 6pm – 10pm Associate degree programs are 9 weeks long. Take 2 classes at a time online only. Bachelors degree programs are 5 weeks long. 1 class at a time. Masters degree programs are 6 weeks long. 1 class at a time.
  • 7. Online Format Attend class when and where you want. All you need is a PC with internet access. Log-on four days a week, any time you choose. Commit 10-15 hours per week. Review information off-line
  • 8. Undergraduate Associate Programs
    • Associate of Arts in Business
    • Associate of Arts in Accounting
    • Associate of Arts in Criminal Justice
    • Associate of Arts in Health Administration
    • Associate of Arts in Information Technology
    • Associate of Arts in General Studies
  • 9. Undergraduate Bachelor Programs
    • Bachelor of Science in Business/Accounting Bachelor of Science in Business/Administration Bachelor of Science in Business/Communications Bachelor of Science in Business/Finance Bachelor of Science in Business/Global Business Management Bachelor of Science in Business/Hospitality Management Bachelor of Science in Business/Integrated Supply Chain and Operations Management Bachelor of Science in Business/Management Bachelor of Science in Business/Marketing Bachelor of Science in Business/Public Administration Bachelor of Science in Business/Retail Management Bachelor of Science in Management Bachelor of Science in Organizational Security and Management
    • Bachelor of Science in Business/e-Business Bachelor of Science in Business/Information Systems Bachelor of Science in Information Technology Bachelor of Science in Information Technology/Visual Communication
    • Bachelor of Science/Health Administration Bachelor of Science in Nursing
  • 10. Graduate Programs
    • Master of Management
    • Master of Management/Human Resource Mgt
    • Master of Management/Public Administration
    • Master of Business Administration (MBA)
    • MBA in Accounting
    • MBA in Global Management
    • MBA in Health Care Management
    • MBA in Technology Management
    • MBA in Marketing
    • MBA in Public Administration
    • Master of Information Systems
    • Master of Information Systems/Management
    • Master of Science in Computer Info. Systems
    • Master of Arts in Education
    • Master of Science in Nursing
  • 11.
    • Emphasis on interaction, not lecture.
    • Complete your education in the shortest time possible.
    • Programs provide the knowledge and skills in greatest demand.
    • Instructors work in their field.
    • All learning applies to your company’s challenges and opportunities.
    • You will have access to online resources including eResource (The University’s e-book program).
  • 12. Undergraduate Admission Requirements
    • Bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited university.
    • 2.5 GPA.
    • 18 years of age.
    • Three years of work experience.
    • Current employment.
    Graduate Admission Requirements
    • 18 years of age.
    • Current employment.
    • High school diploma or GED.
  • 13. Student Services
    • 24/7 Technical Support
    • Dedicated counselors to assist with academic and finance options.
    • Center for Writing Excellence
    • Math Lab
    • Online Library – Research Quality
  • 14. Prior Learning Assessment (undergraduate programs only)
    • Demonstrated college-level learning through experiential essays
    • Company evaluated Courses
    • Professional certifications and/or training
    • Civilian/government employee training
    • Foreign language coursework
    • Workshop and seminar courses
    • CLEP Testing
    • *15/15 for associate degrees
    • *30/30 for bachelor degrees
  • 15. Transfer Credit
    • Easy
    • Fast
    • Free
    • Most credits do not expire. Exception is IT.
    • University of Phoenix will order transcripts for you and will evaluate them for degree credit as part of application process
  • 16. How Can You Finance Your Education?
    • Cash
    • Financial Aid (Stafford Loans)
    • Employer reimbursement (tuition can be deferred to the end of class (60 days).
    • Grants and scholarships (Pell Grants)
    • Military Benefits
  • 17. You Can Do This! Start earning your degree today! Contact: Jeremy Harper Corporate Education Liaison (847) 285-2611 [email_address] Or click below http://www.phoenix.edu/corp/jjschmid