As a business student at University of Phoenix, you’ll receive a real world education. University of Phoenix accredited business programs evolve to meet high academic standards and teach you practical and relevant skills.
Business curriculum offered by University of Phoenix is designed in collaboration with industry professionals. As a business student you’ll be engaged in real-world problem-solving situations, so you’re prepared for the realities of the marketplace in a current or future job. University of Phoenix education methodology, including case studies, simulations and virtual organizations, will be instrumental in helping you become a more competitive and adaptable business professional.
As a business student at the University of Phoenix you’ll have the option to choose a one-class-at-a-time format, allowing you to focus on a single subject, so you can absorb it completely. And because University of Phoenix has classes with an average of 15 students, you’re ensured that you’ll receive individualized attention from your course instructors. Even if you decide to be enrolled in online business classes, rest assured you’ll receive the same level of support as an on-campus student and your instructors will be available via the online learning forum.
University of Phoenix offers a large selection of undergraduate, graduate and MBA business programs in the following areas of study:
So whether it’s a MBA program, a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, Accounting, Marketing or another business degree, University of Phoenix has a business degree program for you! To learn more about enrolling in a business program at University of Phoenix click on the Request Information link below and fill out the information form.
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While widely available, not all programs are available in all locations or in both online and on-campus formats. Please check with a University Enrollment Advisor.