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Undergraduate

Associate of Arts in General Studies
Bachelor of Science in Business / Accounting
Bachelor of Science in Business / Administration
Bachelor of Science in Business / e-business
Bachelor of Science in Business / Management
Bachelor of Science in Business / Marketing
Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice Administration
Bachelor of Science in Human Services
Bachelor of Science in Information Technology (BSIT)
Bachelor of Science in Nursing (RNs only)
Bachelor of Science in Health Care Services
Bachelor of Science in Management
Graduate

Doctor of Management in Organizational Leadership
Master of Arts in Education
Master of Arts in Education with a Specialization in Curriculum and Instruction
Master of Arts in Organizational Management
Master of Business Administration
Master of Business Administration in Accounting
Master of Business Administration in e-Business
Master of Business Administration in Global Management
Master of Business Administration in Health Care Management
Master of Business Administration in Technology Management
Master of Science in Computer Information Systems
Master of Science in Nursing
Master of Science in Nursing - Bridge
Master of Science in Nursing/Master of Business
Administration/Health Care Management
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Adolescent Psychology
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Program Descriptions
Associate of Arts in General Studies
The General Studies program lays the foundation for future career advancement and takes you one step closer to earning a bachelor's degree. Its balanced curriculum will supply you with the tools you need to further your education. You will also gain a better understanding of the changes taking place in today's complex and competitive work environment.

The degree will take two years or less to complete. During that time, you will explore the fields of psychology, sociology, philosophy, history, and mathematics. Your classes will also help you strengthen your written and interpersonal communication skills, which are critical to success on the job. You will learn how to research and analyze vital information as well as how to examine the underlying rules and reasons why the world of business follows specific patterns. >> Request more information.

Bachelor of Science in Business/Accounting
The accounting major promotes identification with and orientation to the accounting profession and is designed to provide the knowledge, skills and abilities necessary to a successful accounting career. Core competencies in technology, critical thinking, and communication are emphasized throughout the curriculum. Technology, in particular, is embedded in all accounting courses. Students also have broad exposure to varied business disciplines including management, organizational behavior, economics, statistics and finance, and learn how the general manager integrates these disciplines to meet the strategic goals of the organization. The BSB/ACC coupled with the MBA/ACC is designed to meet the education eligibility requirements for all states and jurisdictions: however, students are encouraged to contact their State Boards of Accountancy for state-specific requirements. >> Request more information.

Bachelor of Science in Business/Administration
The Bachelor of Science in Business/Administration program is designed for the working adult employed in a business or public organization. The Major is designed to enable graduates to deal effectively with an increasingly complex business environment. The Major stresses skill development in the areas of financial accounting, managerial finance, quantitative analysis, economics, marketing, and business-based research. >> Request more information.

Bachelor of Science in Business/e-Business
The Bachelor of Science in e-Business (BSB/EB) Program blends business and information technology to address the emerging field of e-Commerce and e-Business. The program courses provide fundamental knowledge and application in both business and information technology. The curriculum is designed to produce graduates ready to function in e-Business positions with the competencies, skills, and attitudes necessary for success in the workplace. It forms the basis for continued career growth, life-long learning as a professional or for the student who desires to continue his or her education in a graduate program. Business courses include coursework in management, organizational behavior, critical thinking, research and evaluation, financial analysis, and marketing. Information technology courses include coursework in business system development, project planning, operating systems, programming, databases, networks and telecommunications, the Internet and Web, and e-business. >> Request more information.

Bachelor of Science in Business/Management
The Bachelor of Science in Business/Management is designed for the working adult who wants to acquire or build knowledge and skills essential for management in private and public organizations. The Management Major emphasizes performance systems, employment law, marketing and public relations, financial analysis, global business strategies, and quality management. >> Request more information.

Bachelor of Science in Business/Marketing
Marketing managers need creative, analytical and leadership abilities to manage the marketing function of the business enterprise. The marketing major addresses how to identify customer needs, how to communicate information about products and services to customers and potential customers, where to market and how to price products and services, and how to respond to growing demands to markets in different countries and cultures. The marketing major includes a foundational marketing course upon which is based further study in the areas of buyer behavior, sales management, advertising, marketing research, and international marketing. >> Request more information.

Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice Administration
The Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice Administration provides students interested in policing, criminal law, or corrections with an interdisciplinary study of crime and justice in American society. The program's inclusion of interpersonal skills and managerial and administrative subject matter prepares students for positions of responsibility and leadership within the criminal justice community and related professions. The Criminal Justice Administration curriculum will appeal to student professionals who are currently employed and seeking advancement within the criminal justice community, or to working adults pursuing a new career in a criminal justice-related field. Graduates of the program may find employment opportunities within public and private policing agencies, corrections, the court system, social services, and in corporate security. >> Request more information.

Bachelor of Science in Human Services
The Bachelor of Science in Human Services (BSHS) provides students the opportunity to learn the skills, knowledge, and attitudes of a professional human service worker. Through course work, students learn about human development, problems in human functioning, programs for helping people with their problems, advocacy and influencing public policy, and crisis intervention. In field experience, students learn how to apply what they have learned to manage cases, organize helping services and programs, assess need, and provide help. >> Request more information.

Bachelor of Science in Information Technology
The Bachelor of Science in Information Technology (BSIT) program is focused on the acquisition of theory and technical competencies associated with the information technology profession. The courses provide fundamental knowledge and application in both the information systems function and in system development. The curriculum is designed to produce graduates ready to function in information technology positions with the competencies, skills, and attitudes necessary for success in the workplace. The BSIT is the basis for career growth or the basis for a graduate program. The program/course objectives and competencies have been benchmarked against several external guidelines. The program has five main threads: Business Systems Development; Programming and Operating Systems; Databases; Networks and Telecommunications; and the Web . >> Request more information.

Bachelor of Science in Management
The University of Phoenix Bachelor of Science in Management (BSM) program is designed to develop professional knowledge and skills of general managers in their organization or professional industry for improving organizational effectiveness. The curriculum is build upon a social science foundation of attaining performance excellence achieved through dynamic and evolving workplace managerial skills.>> Request more information.

Doctor of Management in Organizational Leadership
The Doctor of Management (D.M.) degree program in Organizational Leadership offered by the University of Phoenix provides those with a professional masterís degree a means of exploring their personal readiness to become leaders in their professions or their current organizations. Learners gain a mastery of leadership literature, and demonstrate their competence in applying what they learn. The doctoral program creates a perfect opportunity for mid-career professionals to refresh and recreate their commitment to the tasks required of organizational leaders. Learners will think deeply about the current state of organizations and their leadership; create imaginative new applications from what is learned and contribute new knowledge to the profession and society. >> Request more information.

Master of Arts in Education
The Master of Arts in Education degree program is designed to meet the specific needs of educators through specialization in several areas - Administration and Supervision, Educational Counseling, E-Education, Curriculum and Instruction, Diverse Learner, English as a Second Language, Special Education, Technology, and Management of Education Programs. Each area of specialization offers courses developed to meet state licensing or content standards and to enhance and refine the skills of the individual whether an administrator, educational counselor, or classroom teacher. The Master of Arts in Education is the graduate degree program offered through the College of Education. Graduate non-degree programming includes a Post Baccalaureate Teacher Education Program in elementary, secondary, special education, and several state specific certificates/endorsements. Each student/applicant is responsible for checking with his/her state Department of Education and/or school district to determine specific credentialing requirements. >> Request more information.

Master of Arts in Education with a Specialization in Curriculum and Instruction
The Master of Arts in Education degree program is designed to meet the specific needs of educators through specialization in several areas - Administration and Supervision, Educational Counseling, E-Education, Curriculum and Instruction, Diverse Learner, English as a Second Language, Special Education, Technology, and Management of Education Programs. Each area of specialization offers courses developed to meet state licensing or content standards and to enhance and refine the skills of the individual whether an administrator, educational counselor, or classroom teacher. The Master of Arts in Education is the graduate degree program offered through the College of Education. Graduate non-degree programming includes a Post Baccalaureate Teacher Education Program in elementary, secondary, special education, and several state specific certificates/endorsements. Each student/applicant is responsible for checking with his/her state Department of Education and/or school district to determine specific credentialing requirements. >> Request more information.

Master of Arts in Organizational Management
The Master of Arts in Organizational Management (MAOM) is designed to develop or enhance the management skills necessary to function effectively within private businesses, non-profit organizations, and public agencies. The program concentrates on managing human and fiscal resources within the structure, culture, and mission of any organization. The curriculum addresses executive management issues, human resources management, conflict management, strategic planning, managing technology, managing change, the learning organization, financial management, and marketing management. >> Request more information.

Master of Business Administration
The Master in Business Administration (MBA) develops students for the role managers play in defining business problems, assessing information, considering alternatives, and choosing the best solution. Imagine the manager as the hub of a wheel. From the hub radiate spokes, each representing a specific discipline, such as finance, law, marketing, operations, information systems, etc. Each of these "spokes" generates inputs for the manager to assess and incorporate into the decision-making process. The manager is a critical user of these inputs in making the decision. although generally not the original producer of the information, the manager must be able to assess the validity and reliability of the information in building a business case for the decision. >> Request more information.

Master of Business Administration/Accounting
The Master of Business Administration with a concentration in accounting (MBA/ACC) is designed to develop or enhance the financial management skills necessary to function effectively within private businesses, non-profit organizations, and public agencies. The program concentrates on managing human and fiscal resources within the structure, culture, and mission of any organization. The curriculum addresses advanced costing techniques, accounting theory, accounting information systems, issues in corporate taxation, executive management, budgeting, human resources management, organizational development, conflict management, strategic planning, information management, and decision making, among other subjects. >> Request more information.

Master of Business Administration/e-Business
The rise of electronic business is changing the way traditional firms operate and structure their organizations. The dynamics of e-Business have also required companies to compete in innovative ways, as well as opened the doors of opportunity for creating global businesses. To accommodate the emerging e-Business marketplace, the University of Phoenix offers a comprehensive MBA/e-Business program to equip managers with the necessary skills to conduct business in an e-Business environment. >> Request more information.

Master of Business Administration/Global Management
Globalization has increased the need for individuals with specialized knowledge and skills necessary to manage multicultural and multinational workforces effectively in a rapidly-changing environment. The MBA/GM program has been developed to provide those individuals the opportunity to study in a program specifically designed for their needs as current or future managers. >> Request more information.

Master of Business Administration/Health Care Management
The MBA/HCM is designed to provide students with the business management skills needed to manage successfully in today's health care delivery systems. The MBA/HCM program emphasizes the identification, analysis, and solution of complex management problems with a foundation of health care concepts and decision models that will support the variety of management roles that can be seen in today's health care environment. The MBA/HCM specialization is based upon courses in health care organizations, health care finance, quality and data base management, health care infrastructure, and health care strategic management. >> Request more information.

Master of Business Administration/Technology Management
The importance of management in a technical environment is a core concept of the MBA/TM program. "Technical" is defined to be much broader than computer information systems and technology. It includes engineering, pharmaceutical, chemical, and other technical enterprises. The program and its faculty and staff are dedicated to the linkage of technical and business cultures as integrated functions of the technology-based organization. The MBA/TM specialization is based upon courses in strategy formulation and implementation, project management in the technological environment management of research and development and innovation processes technology transfer in the global economy, and application of technology management. >> Request more information.

Master of Science in Computer Information Systems
The Master of Science in Computer Information Systems (MSCIS) program is focused on the acquisition of information technology theory and the application of theory and practice to real world business opportunities and challenges. The course provide current theory and knowledge of essential information technology components, as well as interpersonal and intra-organizational communication. While courses examine a broad range of information technology resources, the courses emphasize the management of such resources in order to meet an organization's challenges and goals. The program has six main threads: Business Management; Business Systems Analysis and Development; Programming Management; Databases, Network and Telecommunications; and the Web. >> Request more information.


Accreditation
University of Phoenix is accredited by the Commission on Institutions of Higher Education of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools (NCA).The Bachelor of Science in Nursing and the Master of Science in Nursing Programs are also accredited by the: National League for Nursing Accrediting Commission61 Broadway 33rd Floor New York, NY 10006. To learn more about accreditation visit the NCA's home page at: http://www.ncacihe.org North Central Association of Colleges and Schools 30 N. LaSalle Street, Suite 2400 Chicago, Illinois 60602-2504


 

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