University Of Phoenix - Bachelors Degree

University Of Phoenix know that starting a degree program can be confusing, especially with so many course options. University Of Phoenix have done everything they can to make this process as straightforward as possible, so that you spend less time on your schedule, and more time on your work. After your first University of Phoenix class, an academic advisor will contact you to provide a schedule detailing which classes you need to take and when. University Of Phoenix will map out your entire program path, including the exact date of your graduation. Your advisor will check in with you periodically to make sure you're comfortably on track-and any time you have questions, you'll know exactly who to ask.

Bachelor's Degree Programs

Arts and Sciences

At University of Phoenix, you' ll concentrate on communications, critical-thinking and problem-solving skills. This foundation can provide you the perspective necessary for meaningful self-examination as well as the ability to cope effectively with social, technological, professional and cultural change.

  • Bachelor of Science in Communication:- This degree focuses on enhancing the communication skills necessary for the development of professional competency and values; critical thinking and problem solving; information utilization; and collaboration. It emphasizes theory and application in the domains of interpersonal, small group, organizational and mass communication.

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  • Bachelor of Science in Communication with a concentration in Culture and Communication:- The concentration in Culture and Communication is designed to prepare students with a well-rounded view of diversity in American society. Students will focus on the experiences of people from different cultures and how communication differs by race and gender. In addition, students will gain a global perspective on race, ethnicity and class in the United States. Students will compare cultural topics such as Asian American, African American, Hispanic American, gender, and their differences. .

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  • Bachelor of Arts in English:- The Bachelor of Arts degree with a language requirement and primary major in English is designed to provide students with substantive academic content in a liberal arts discipline of their choice. The major in English is designed to provide students with a comprehensive understanding of rhetoric, literature, and writing. Students will choose from topics in American and English literature, writing essentials, linguistics and poetry, literary masterpieces and technical writing. The program prepares students for teaching opportunities in elementary and secondary education after completion of additional methodology courses required for teacher certification in all states. The degree also provides an academic foundation for students interested in pursuing further graduate education necessary for postsecondary teaching positions in liberal arts at most colleges and universities. .

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  • Bachelor of Science in Environmental Science:- The Bachelor of Science degree with a mathematics requirement and primary majors in natural sciences and history is designed to provide students with substantive academic content in the discipline of their choice. The major in Environmental Science is designed to provide students with a comprehensive understanding of the relationship between scientific principles and the environment. Topics will include biological and ecological fundamentals, the environment and society, environmental management and law, global health, risk assessment, ethics and technology. The program prepares students for teaching opportunities in elementary and secondary education after completion of additional methodology courses required for teacher certification in all states. The degree also provides an academic foundation for students interested in pursuing further graduate education necessary for postsecondary teaching positions in natural science or history at most colleges and universities. .

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Business and Management

In today's fast-paced business world, you need problem-solving and critical thinking skills-as well as the latest knowledge and techniques. At University of Phoenix, you learn from instructors who have substantial experience in the fields they teach. So whether you're studying accounting or administration, management or marketing; you'll receive a real-world education that can help you achieve your goals.

  • Bachelor of Science in Accounting:- The 120-credit Bachelor of Science in Accounting promotes identification with, and orientation to, the accounting profession. In addition to the key accounting course work at the introductory and intermediate levels, critical areas of study including auditing and taxation are required in the program. The importance of ethics and international issues are emphasized throughout the curriculum, along with core competencies in technology and communication. Technology, in particular, is embedded in all accounting courses. Students are also exposed to varied business disciplines including economics, statistics, business law, corporate finance, and marketing to provide the general business overview and context necessary for accounting studies. .

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  • Bachelor of Science in Business with a concentration in Accounting:- The Bachelor of Science in Business degree program with a concentration in Accounting promotes identification with and orientation to the accounting profession. Core competencies in technology, critical thinking and communication are emphasized throughout the curriculum. Students also have broad exposure to varied business disciplines, including management, organizational behavior, economics and finance. .

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  • Bachelor of Science in Business with a concentration in Finance:- The Bachelor of Science in Business with a concentration in Finance emphasizes financial concepts, theories, and practices to promote well-informed financial decision making. Course work within this concentration examines the areas of risk management, business law, global finance, and investment analysis and portfolio management. Students integrate advanced topics in financial management through real-world business application. .

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  • Bachelor of Science in Business with a concentration in Management:- The Bachelor of Science in Business with a concentration in Management focuses on managing human and fiscal resources within the structure, culture and mission of any organization. The curriculum stresses skill development in the areas of critical thinking and decision making, organizational behavior, global business strategies, quality management and productivity, human resource management and employment law. . .

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  • Bachelor of Science in Business with a concentration in Marketing:- The Bachelor of Science in Business with a concentration in Marketing is designed to develop students? creative, analytical and leadership skills. Course work within this concentration examines sales management, buyer behavior, advertising, market research and marketing to the international arena. Students learn to identify customers and customer needs, communicate product and service information, and develop and use marketing strategies.

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  • Bachelor of Science in Business with a concentration in Project Management:- The Project Management course sequence emphasizes real-world application, with assignments designed to apply the newfound skills and knowledge to the workplace. Practical study materials, team activities and presentations to the class foster teamwork, critical thinking, self-confidence and application of project technical and leadership skills on a real-time basis. This program is consistent with generally accepted project management principles, including the project management processes and knowledge areas.

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  • Bachelor of Science in Management:- The Bachelor of Science in Management degree program is designed to develop students? professional knowledge and skills for improving organizational effectiveness. The concentration courses in this program emphasize an understanding of the skills necessary for improved organizational effectiveness in a dynamic and evolving workplace.

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Criminal Justice and Security

Depending upon the program you select, you can study topics such as the nature of delinquency and crime, criminal law and procedure, and the components of the American justice system. Additionally, you can learn key management and administrative skills.

  • Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice Administration with a concentration in Human Services:- The Human Services concentration is intended to give students knowledge and basic skills to work in the human services and helping areas of the criminal justice system. This concentration represents an integrated program combining academic instruction in criminal justice with applied skills for students whose goal is a career in the areas of the system where basic skills in interviewing, case management, mental health interventions, advocacy and mediation are required. Human Services graduates are prepared to provide services in a variety of institutional and community settings within the criminal justice domains of policing, the courts, institutional and community corrections.

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  • Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice Administration with a concentration in Institutional Healthcare:- The Institutional Healthcare concentration addresses the basic body of knowledge, understanding and skills identified as relevant to criminal justice based health care services. This includes such areas as management, policy, legal and ethical parameters, health and disease factors, and health care service delivery. The reshaping of contemporary criminal justice health care requires workers to have a broad range of knowledge associated with the functions of health care in detention and correctional institutions, as well as various other areas represented in the greater criminal justice system.

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  • Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice Administration with a concentration in Management:- The Management concentration is designed to give students a depth of understanding concerning the management and administrative skills necessary to effectively run organizations in the various domains of criminal justice system. The courses included in this degree concentration focus primarily on the management and administration skill sets associated with the police, the courts, and with corrections. The theories and principles behind criminal justice are also examined. Students learn about policies, procedures associated with management functions, as well as many administrative practices and factors impacting criminal justice agency operations. This will not only give you the insight into what these specific departments are and what they do, but how to maintain and evaluate organizational operations from an administrative viewpoint.

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Education

Education programs at University of Phoenix cover a variety of areas within this important field. The curriculum enables you to gain up-to-date expertise and may provide preservice teacher preparation. Additionally, specializations cover a range of topics-all designed to create healthy learning opportunities for students. The curriculum is continually updated to reflect the latest theories and techniques in teaching.

  • Bachelor of Science in Education/Elementary Teacher Education:- This undergraduate degree program prepares candidates for teacher licensure and is focused on elementary student learning. The goal of the degree program is to provide students with the skills and knowledge that will allow them to become competent and effective educators. Student teaching and verified field experiences/observation is required in this degree program.

    *Each student/applicant is responsible for checking with his or her state Department of Education and/or school district to determine specific credentialing requirements..

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Health Care

The Bachelor of Science in Health Administration program integrates a foundation of general education and applied sciences with the skills needed in today's health-related settings. The curriculum addresses the basic body of knowledge, understanding and skills identified as relevant to health care services

  • Bachelor of Science in Health Administration with a concentration in Emergency Management:- The Emergency Management concentration is designed for EMTs, First Responders, Firefighters, or any other emergency personnel who want to expand their knowledge and skills related to emergency management. Focus will be on principles of emergency management, managing emergency response operations and planning and preparedness of emergency situations. In addition to the required course of study, students must satisfy General Education and Elective requirements to meet the 120-credit minimums (124 for Kansas) required for completion of the degree.

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  • Bachelor of Science in Health Administration with a concentration in Health Management:- The Health Management concentration is designed to expand the students' health care management focus. Courses will include content in leadership theory, the legal and regulatory aspects in health care, facility planning, community health as well as an introduction to health care policy. In addition to the required course of study, students must satisfy General Education and Elective requirements to meet the 120-credit minimums (124 for Kansas) required for completion of the degree.

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Human Services

The Bachelor of Science in Human Services program addresses the knowledge and basic skills used in the human services industry. The program integrates applied skills with academic instruction in the foundations of human services, drawn from such disciplines as counseling, social work and psychology. It is designed to help students develop the educational foundation and capabilities needed to provide services in a variety of community human services settings.

  • Bachelor of Science in Human Services/ Management:- The Bachelor of Science in Human Services/Management program is designed to provide the knowledge and basic skills needed by managers in today's human services industry. The program combines academic instruction in the foundations of human services, such as counseling, social work and psychology, with the management skills of planning, organizing leading, assessing and evaluating.

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Nursing

Licensed Practical Nurse/Vocational Nurse to Bachelor of Science in Nursing
Practical or Vocational nurses can earn their Bachelor's Degree in Nursing through a special sequence in the nursing program. Accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education*, the program focuses on transitioning to the professional nursing role, advanced clinical skills and critical thinking. Graduates will be eligible to apply to take the National Council Licensure Examination for Registered Nurses (NCLEX-RNŽ Examination).

*For more information about accreditation, please contact the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education, One Dupont Circle, NW, Washington, DC 20036-1120, 202.887.6791, www.aacn.nche.edu.

  • RN to Bachelor of Science in Nursing:- The RN to Bachelor of Science in Nursing program, which is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education*, is designed to develop the professional knowledge and skills of registered nurses. The curriculum is built upon a foundation of biological, physical and social sciences which contribute to the science of nursing. The liberal arts components enhance the development of the intellectual, social and cultural aspects of the professional nurse.

    *For more information about accreditation, please contact the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education, One Dupont Circle, NW, Washington, DC 20036-1120, 202.887.6791, www.aacn.nche.edu.

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Psychology

Wouldn't it be helpful to gain a better understanding of people?s thought processes, emotions and behaviors' Psychology degree programs at University of Phoenix focus on the general rather the clinical psychology of individuals to provide students an understanding of the cognitive and affective processes that underlie the individual human experience. Research methodologies as well as critical-thinking and problem-solving strategies also are explored as they relate to the evaluation of behavior.

  • Bachelor of Science in Psychology:- The Bachelor of Science in Psychology program provides students with a strong foundation in general psychology. Students will gain insight into the cognitive and affective processes that underlie the individual human development and behavior. Courses in this program are designed to provide supervisors, managers and other professionals with greater skills in critical thinking, communication, collaboration and information utilization through the enhanced understanding of human psychology. The courses do not have a clinical emphasis and do not lead to professional licensure.

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Technology

The curriculum of the information systems and technology degree programs at University of Phoenix is designed to prepare students with the competencies and skills needed to function effectively in the information technology arena. Students can explore specific technology areas while learning to address real-world business opportunities and challenges.