Founded in 1976, University of Phoenix offers certificates and associate, bachelor, and master's degrees in various disciplines. It is the largest accredited private university in the USA.

Working professionals can now earn a specialized Master's in business or MBA degree in the day or evening at one of their campus locations or study the entire program 100% online.

The University offers specializations in the following fields:
- Accounting,
- Marketing,
- e-Business,
- Health Care Management,
- Human Resource Management,
- Global Management, and
- Technology Management.

University of Phoenix MBA is ranked as the best value MBA in The Netherlands. Its MBA graduates increased their salary by an average of € 1,500 per month, retrieving the cost of the degree within a year. (Intermediair MBA ranking 2006).

According to the Financial Times survey of the top 40 distance learning MBA programs in 2008, the University of Phoenix online MBA programs were ranked No. 1 by the number of enrolled students, with 40,000 enrolled students and 7 MBA specializations.
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Anonymous - August 26, 2009 at 10:39 AM

Go to a real school!

Anonymous - September 24, 2009 at 1:04 PM

Go to a real school?

That is an interesting comment. Unless you actually have attended there, you have little, if anything to say about it.

I, on the other hand, have something to say in response-based on information.

I graduated with honors from University of Illinois and am about to graduate from Univ. of Phoenix with my MBA. I have a 3.94 GPA there to date with only 4 courses left. The curriculum at UOP is phenomenal. My professors are actually working professionals-most with their PhD's in their field. They actually can translate the relevance of our class topics/concepts to real-world APPLICATION. Therein lies a key difference. The professor's go out of their way to be available, even at home, when a student needs help. I never experienced that before-anywhere.

Anonymous - November 9, 2009 at 9:51 PM

I am proud to be a MBA student of UOP.
Thanks to UOP. It is an excellent school.

Anonymous - December 26, 2009 at 8:51 PM

I agree. UOP is an excellent school. It has pretty great standards, they take learning very seriously. I am proud to be graduating soon!!! And no other school has the student discounts that UOP has.

Anonymous - January 7, 2010 at 9:00 AM

I am proud to have earned my MBA from UOP, this achievement not only increased my salary by 33% but also gave me the skills and knowledge to enter any arena of challenges.

I did however, graduated with a B.A. from San Francisco State University and when I entered the real-working world, all that I have acquired from SFSU did not help me in any way other than knowing how to fill out the job application, yes these are factuals from a real individual.

I thank UOP very much for what I have gained, the education correlated to the actual real-world.

Enough said, thank you UOP very much.

Anonymous - February 13, 2010 at 9:43 AM

I am currently attending UOP and I absolutely love it!!! Thanks so much for all of your positive comments and squashing the negative ones with the facts! I also agree that the material and the professors are phenomenal! After I complete my Bachelors program I plan to obtain my MBA. I am proud to be a student of UOP.

Anonymous - February 26, 2010 at 1:02 PM

I don't know who said, "Go to a Real School," but I say to you,"I bet you can't do it!" I have been attending for over 3 years now and it is every bit as challenging and time consuming as the classroom environment. I have a nursing degree that I obtained in the classroom. I have worked even harder on my education and learned more in the way of societal discipline and the meaning of self-discipline in my on-line experience with University of Phoenix. Thank you University of Phoenix for giving me the opportunity I need for success.

Anonymous - March 16, 2010 at 3:46 PM

I am a current student of UOP online. I am very pleased with the classes and the work. The classes are very in depth and the work is NOT easy. I looked long and hard at every online degree program I could find but kept coming back to UOP, they are there to help you every step of the way and you have your own personal support team, such as councelors and advisors. I would HIGHLY reccommend this school. Not only is it Nationally accredited but they are #2 on the list of the best online schools to attend. That is my opinion. I wish you well.

Anonymous - June 24, 2010 at 2:59 PM

I looked at several traditional MBA programs and discovered the UOP had the best overall curricullum. I learned an awful lot from UOP. The professor were great. They were mostly PhD's. This is no fly by night school. The school you attend does not make you an's the skills you possess is what makes you an MBA.

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