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University of Phoenix is
accredited by the Higher Learning
Commission and is a member of the
North Central Association
(ncahlc.org). University of
Phoenix is a fully accredited
university and longtime member of
Service Opportunity
Colleges (SOC).

The Associate of Arts with a
concentration in Foundations of
Business, Associate of Arts with a
concentration in Accounting,
Bachelor of Science in Business,
Master of Business Administration,
Master of Management, Doctor of
Management and Doctor of Business
Administration programs are
accredited by the Association of
Collegiate Business Schools and
Programs (acbsp.org).

The Associate of Arts with a
concentration in Accounting,
Associate of Arts with a
concentration in Foundations of
Business, Bachelor of Science in
Business, Master of Business
Administration, Master of
Management, Doctor of Business
Administration and Doctor of
Management programs are accredited
by the Accreditation
Council for Business Schools and
Programs
. (acbsp.org)

The Bachelor of Science in Nursing
and Master of Science in Nursing
programs are accredited by the
Commission on Collegiate Nursing
Education (CCNE), One Dupont
Circle, NW, Suite 530, Washington,
DC 20036-1120, 202-887-6791,
www.aacn.nche.edu.

The Master of Science in
Counseling program in Community
Counseling (Phoenix and Tucson
campuses) and the Master of
Science in Counseling program in
Mental Health Counseling (Utah
campuses) are accredited by the
Council for Accreditation of
Counseling and Related Educational
Programs (CACREP;cacrep.org).

The University of Phoenix Master
of Arts in Education program with
options in Elementary Teacher
Education and Secondary Teacher
Education is pre-accredited by the
Teacher Education Accreditation
Council (TEAC) for a period of
five years, from December 20, 2007
to December 20, 2012. For
additional information, visit
teac.org.

University of Phoenix is
accredited by The Higher Learning
Commission and is a member of the
North Central Association.
University of Phoenix was placed
on Notice by The Higher Learning
Commission, effective June 27,
2013. Notice is a Commission
sanction indicating that an
institution is pursuing a course
of action that, if continued,
could lead it to be out of
compliance with one or more
Criteria for Accreditation. An
institution on Notice remains
accredited. At the end of the
Notice period, The Higher Learning
Commission Board of Trustees may
remove the sanction, place the
institution on Probation if the
identified concerns have not been
addressed, or take other action.
For additional information,
contact The Higher Learning
Commission, ncahlc.org


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