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  2. University of Phoenix - Wikipedia

    University of Phoenix [3] ( UoPX) is a private for-profit university headquartered in Phoenix, Arizona. [a] Founded in 1976, the university confers certificates and degrees at the certificate, associate, bachelor's, master's, and doctoral degree levels.

  3. Apollo Education Group - Wikipedia

    The University of Phoenix is a wholly owned subsidiary of the Apollo Education Group. The University of Phoenix is one of the largest higher education providers in North America. The university has approximately 40 campuses and confers degrees in over 100 degree programs at the associate, bachelor's, master's and doctoral levels.

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  5. Phoenix Biomedical Campus - Wikipedia

    The Phoenix Bioscience Core (PBC), formerly the Phoenix Biomedical Campus, is a city-owned, 30-acre urban bioscience and medical education and research campus located in downtown Phoenix, Arizona. It comprises public and private academic, clinical and research organizations. [1] [2] [3] It is the only site where you will find all 3 of Arizona ...

  6. List of colleges and universities in Arizona - Wikipedia

    Arizona State University: Tempe: Public Doctoral University 74,795 1885 Northern Arizona University: Flagstaff: Public Doctoral University 29,566 1899 University of Arizona: Tucson: Public Doctoral University 45,601 1885 Arizona Christian University: Glendale: Private (Not For Profit) Baccalaureate College 925 1960 Benedictine University at ...

  7. List of University of Phoenix alumni - Wikipedia

    Dan Huberty. 1998. MBA. Republican member of the Texas House of Representatives from Harris County; former trustee and president of the Humble Independent School District. [4] Harold Hurtt. 1991. M.S. Director of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.

  8. Here’s why U of I’s purchase of University of Phoenix is a ...

    This is a highly attractive purchase price, given that the University of Phoenix is expected to generate nearly $100 million in free cash flow profits net of the scheduled debt repayments.