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University of Phoenix Online Campus


Phoenix, Arizona

University of Phoenix Online Campus was founded in 1989. It is accredited by North Central Association of Colleges and Schools. It first offered distance learning courses in 1989. In fall 2005, there were 186,481 students enrolled in distance learning courses. Institutionally administered financial aid is available to distance learners.
Services Distance learners have accessibility to academic advising, bookstore, campus computer network, library services, tutoring.
Contact Mr. Brian Mayer, Director of Marketing, University of Phoenix Online Campus, Mail Stop AA-B418, 4615 East Elwood Street, Phoenix, AZ 85040-1958. Telephone: 480-557-1510. Fax: 602-838-6364. E-mail: [email protected]


AA Accounting; Business; Criminal Justice; General Studies; Health Administration; Information Technology
BEd Education
BS Business Hospitality Management; Business/Accounting; Business/Business Administration; Business/Communication; Business/E-Business; Business/Finance; Business/Global Management; Business/Integrated Supply Chain and Operations Management; Business/Management; Business/Management; Business/Marketing; Business/Public Administration; Business/Retail Management; Criminal Justice Administration; Health Administration; Health Administration/HealthInformationSystems;
Health Administration/Long-Term Care; Human Services/Management; Information Technology; Information Technology/Visual Communication; Nursing; Organizational Security and Management
MA Curriculum and Instruction–Adult Education; Education–Administration and Supervision specialization; Education–Computer Education; Education–Curriculum and Instruction; Education–Early Childhood Education specialization; Education–Elementary or Secondary Teacher Education; Education–Special Education specialization; Education/ESL
MBA Accounting; Business Administration; Business Administration/Marketing; Global Management; Human Resource Management; Technology Management
MBA/MHMS Business Administration/Health Care Management
MHA Health Administration–Master of Health Administration
MISM Information Systems–Master of Information Systems
MM Human Resource Management; Management; Public Administration
MS Administration of Justice and Security
MSN Nursing–Integrative Health Care; Nursing–Master of Business Administration, Health Care Management; Nursing–Nursing/Health Care Education; Nursing
DBA Business Administration
DH Sc Health Administration–Doctor of Health Administration (DHA)
DM Organizational Leadership, Information Systems and Technology specialization; Organizational Management
EdD Educational Leadership; Educational Leadership, Curriculum and Instruction specialization


Undergraduate —business operations support and assistant services; human resources management.
Graduate —education; nursing.

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