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Annual Tuition: $9,552

63% of students said this degree improved their career prospects
61% of students said they would recommend this school to others
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Reviewed: 10/31/2023

Degree: Early Childhood Education

I wouldn’t recommend this school to my worst enemy they are unprofessional and untrustworthy also uncomfortable towards people with families and responsibilities in their life everything is a excuse with this school no type of communication to many people don’t no there job

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Reviewed: 10/21/2023

Degree: Nursing

I am a disabled nurse who's attempting my master's degree to be able to show my children that they can push through life's adversities. I want to change and improve patient's lives by volunteering my experience to advocate for them. Unfortunately, in this program, you have to teach yourself. The assignments are graded late; if you didn't understand the assignment, you will be deducted for submitting another attempt. I am trying my best, but at 50, I do not know if the expense is worth it. Good luck... Read More


Reviewed: 10/9/2023

Degree: Criminal Justice

UOPX was the best experience ever! From the beginning to the end. The courses were always structured, the professors were always providing feedback, responsiveness was always on point-you never had to worry about no response, and the teams that provide you advise, registration, enrollment, financial aid etc were always responding timely. The best part for me was that your advisor would call to check on you. My advisor Bryan was great! I can say so many other great things about this school! I would... Read More

It takes more than a degree to get the job

Reviewed: 9/21/2023

Degree: Accounting

The University of Phoenix, by all means, is a good school. When put into perspective why this school came to be what it is, it is for the working adult. We have to make the time that works best for us and use that as an opportunity to learn the material and pass our classes. I make this point because there are comments regarding the teaching style. Yet, many need to remember that as working individuals, we cannot attend classes at a specific time along with other students; this idea defeats the purpose... Read More


Reviewed: 9/9/2023

Degree: English

I should have attended a brick and mortar school. This university is reputable but the experience is horrible! Most of the teachers at the University of Phoenix are horrible. They change assignments at the last minute, expect you to ask the same questions multiple times to get one answer, are rude, expect a lot from you but don't give much in return. They say that they are there to help you succeed but when you ask for help of any kind you are met with vague answers and rude attitudes. I am at the... Read More

Michelle B

Reviewed: 9/7/2023

Degree: Healthcare Administration

I went to this school to get classes I needed done for my graduate program. I enjoyed the class structure and how the classes flowed. When I struggled in a class once I had someone reach out to me on the phone to make sure I was okay. I did not get that when I was attending traditional college. I got a certificate and the classes I took helped me get into my grade school program. It was a tad expensive but no more that what my classes cost me at my traditional college. It was a great experience for... Read More


Reviewed: 8/1/2023

Degree: Social Work

It's a good school, grading system is interesting, some instructors are good and some are bad, i had to with draw from a class due to the instructor, when apply you wont be able to do redo on any assignments online either, Disability accommodations they don't really give a lot for online service, you only get extra time and extra 4 day extension only on your own assignments and no accommodations.


Reviewed: 6/3/2023

Degree: Clinical Psychology

I loved UoP. They were truly committed to my success. I received a full scholarship (Pay it Forward Scholarship). The platform was easy to use. Classes were rigorous. Instructors were fantastic. My advisors were dedicated and available. Assignments were challenging and syllabus were always clear.


Reviewed: 5/5/2023

Degree: Healthcare Administration

Many mixed reviews about UoP. I may be in a different position than most others. I enrolled in the MHA program for self growth, not for career advancement. I am currently finishing the MHA program, capstone project. I have taken 11 on line courses and have to say have learned a great deal, even though I have been in healthcare leadership for 35+ years. The learning experience has been fun as I have been able to study on my own time and not be tied to a strict program that requires class attendance.... Read More

David S Hawkins

Reviewed: 4/17/2023

Degree: Data Science Masters

I have been going to University of Phoenix for 20 years! I started in 2003, and I have always just used this as a way to spend all of the tuition reimbursement a company will pay me, and improve myself along the way. As a result I have spent a grand total of about $5000 on my bachelors. But that said, there are a few things to know about this kind of program. 1. If you don't want to learn, in this kind of program, you won't. 2. If you are not able to discipline yourself to apply yourself 100% on... Read More

Todd McCommas

Reviewed: 4/5/2023

Degree: Criminal Justice

Greedy, uncaring, liars, and no commencement ceremony unless you are in Phoenix or California. A complete waste of my time and money. No one outside of the school respects the school or the degree you get. Pathetic! They didn’t tell me I would have a virtual commencement until three and a half years after enrolling. It was a complete surprise but they knew all a long.

Shawna tooman

Reviewed: 3/16/2023

Degree: Child Development

Forget wasting time here…. I’ve been asking for a schedule of classes for weeks and just excuse after excuse. I’ll take my money elsewhere to a school that actually cares! They do not respond to you in a timely manner and the portal is useless as they don’t check it to get documents from there.

Connie King

Reviewed: 2/9/2023

Degree: Accounting

I feel like I wasted time and money on my degree. I have had a really hard time getting the career I want. The only thing my degree has help me with is getting my foot in the door to low paying jobs. I don’t think employers take this degree seriously. I was just told by a recruiter I should take the name of the school off my resume. I wouldn’t waste your time or money.


Reviewed: 1/13/2023

Degree: Healthcare Administration

I'm writing primarily to respond to some concerns here and to provide an update on the program. UoP offers both an traditional and accelerated program for MHA completion. If you're a clinician or other long-time health professional that did well in undergrad, I encourage you to consider the accelerated program. It is cheaper and the program is teaching non-health professionals how to think on larger scales and consider regulatory requirements. The degree will help with my career progression, as an... Read More


Reviewed: 12/30/2022

Degree: Human Services

I graduated in 2019 with a bachelors degree in human services. Throughout my experience with UOP I can say it was great! I had knowledgeable professors who had real life experience related to the human services field. The professors I had taught us the appropriate fundamentals needed to further our competencies in the human service field. We had in person mock assessment practices, 750 hours of field experience(internship) provided, group work, individual work, and so much more. I truly feel that... Read More


Reviewed: 9/28/2022

Degree: Elementary Education

I have been a Student with UOP since October 2021, and I would rate them "0 stars". Their Communication sucks, If you do not call them, they will never call you to give you an update on anything. Their representative in all their departments sucks; each time you talk to someone, all they can do is: - Apologize but don't fix the problem -Tell you they will follow up or call you with a follow-up but never does. - Transfer you from one representative to the next - They keep blaming each other for miscommunication... Read More

Michael Worley

Reviewed: 8/15/2022

Degree: Nursing

You take away what you brought into the program. At fifty years of age I decided I could no longer compete in acute hospital nursing. I came with a BSN, 30 year backgrounds in critical-emergency care, as well as medical-surgical, and telemetry nursing. My wife of 20 years was supportive of my ASD behaviors and desire to step back from night shift bedside nursing which interferes with our personal lives. I feel that I could have never qualified for the standard bricks-and-mortar educational structure... Read More


Reviewed: 8/7/2022

Degree: Information Technology

If you are looking to get a Bachelors degree in Information Technology, I would highly consider you to reconsider. At least reconsider as to what school your going to. I completed my bachelors in Information Technology here at UOP, but what I have learned is that it's useless. I walked away with a single cert, and nothing more which as you may already know, in the IT world. They care very heavy on certs. And you need at the very least the very basic certs such as A+. I got a bachelors in information... Read More

Almost Done

Reviewed: 6/5/2022

Degree: Information Systems

I've been to plenty of online schools & this UoP is my top choice. It's one of the fewest universities that offer a competency program & it's within 4 months. It provided me the flexibility to turn in assignments whenever I want. No following a schedule or calendar. I felt the courses were fairly challenging & fair. I'm giving it 4 stars due to an experience I had with a course & overall quality of the program. Although it was a technical degree, it's mainly focused on papers & literature. There... Read More

Daniel Steiger

Reviewed: 5/12/2022

Degree: Medicine

I am currently taking chem II and have took chem I just before this. I took them because they are 100% online with lab credits which appeals to me as I work a full time job. Pros: 1. The lab simulator is excellent. I have not found many other alternatives to getting science class lab credits online. 2. 100% online, very flexible schedule. Cons: 1. Teachers don't meet with students in one on ones. I could only message them with questions and wait a day for the responses. 2. The quizzes have wrong... Read More


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