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2014-05-20 06:06:54
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Phoenix Univeristy is a diploma mill and none of their credits will be accepted by anywhere.

Note that I want to be very clear here: Phoenix University and the University of Phoenix are not at all the same thing. The former is a worthless diploma mill; the latter is a respectable for-profit school with regional accreditation.

However, even if you had meant the University of Phoenix: it's up to each individual school whether they accept transfer credits from any other school or not. Before you spend a lot of time and money taking any courses, you should talk to the admissions office of the school you plan to transfer to and make sure that the specific courses you're taking will transfer... it's certainly possible that University A accepts B College courses, except for those in the economics department, which is not so good for you if you were planning to major in Economics.

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That would be something you need to discuss with the admissions folks at Phoenix. Credits are often transferable if they curriculum is documented.


If you attended a regionally accredited college, the credits are transferable. However, if the credits you completed do not fit in the program of study at another college or university, they will not be accepted. It's not that the credits are not transferable as much as it is there may be no place to use them. Still, how many credits are transferable is always up to the receiving institution. For individuals who are in a transferable program at a two year school, most all credits (between 60 - 64 credits) are typically accepted.If you attended a regionally accredited college, the credits are transferable. However, if the credits you completed do not fit in the program of study at another college or university, they will not be accepted. It's not that the credits are not transferable as much as it is there may be no place to use them. Still, how many credits are transferable is always up to the receiving institution. For individuals who are in a transferable program at a two year school, most all credits (between 60 - 64 credits) are typically accepted.If you attended a regionally accredited college, the credits are transferable. However, if the credits you completed do not fit in the program of study at another college or university, they will not be accepted. It's not that the credits are not transferable as much as it is there may be no place to use them. Still, how many credits are transferable is always up to the receiving institution. For individuals who are in a transferable program at a two year school, most all credits (between 60 - 64 credits) are typically accepted.If you attended a regionally accredited college, the credits are transferable. However, if the credits you completed do not fit in the program of study at another college or university, they will not be accepted. It's not that the credits are not transferable as much as it is there may be no place to use them. Still, how many credits are transferable is always up to the receiving institution. For individuals who are in a transferable program at a two year school, most all credits (between 60 - 64 credits) are typically accepted.If you attended a regionally accredited college, the credits are transferable. However, if the credits you completed do not fit in the program of study at another college or university, they will not be accepted. It's not that the credits are not transferable as much as it is there may be no place to use them. Still, how many credits are transferable is always up to the receiving institution. For individuals who are in a transferable program at a two year school, most all credits (between 60 - 64 credits) are typically accepted.If you attended a regionally accredited college, the credits are transferable. However, if the credits you completed do not fit in the program of study at another college or university, they will not be accepted. It's not that the credits are not transferable as much as it is there may be no place to use them. Still, how many credits are transferable is always up to the receiving institution. For individuals who are in a transferable program at a two year school, most all credits (between 60 - 64 credits) are typically accepted.


The institution has a regional accreditation, so the credits are transferable provided they meet the requirements of the receiving institution.


Both schools have a regional accreditation which is the better accreditation to have. Therefore credits taken at the University of Phoenix are transferable to Barry University. However, the amount of credits transferred from one institution to another is always dependent on the receiving institution. In other words, if there are some credits that do not transfer, it is usually because the student received a grade below a "C," some credits do not fit into the curriculum at the new institution, the courses are not equivalent, or the student took credits over the amount allowed by the receiving institution. Whenever you change institutions (no matter which ones) you take a risk that some credits may not be transferable.Both schools have a regional accreditation which is the better accreditation to have. Therefore credits taken at the University of Phoenix are transferable to Barry University. However, the amount of credits transferred from one institution to another is always dependent on the receiving institution. In other words, if there are some credits that do not transfer, it is usually because the student received a grade below a "C," some credits do not fit into the curriculum at the new institution, the courses are not equivalent, or the student took credits over the amount allowed by the receiving institution. Whenever you change institutions (no matter which ones) you take a risk that some credits may not be transferable.Both schools have a regional accreditation which is the better accreditation to have. Therefore credits taken at the University of Phoenix are transferable to Barry University. However, the amount of credits transferred from one institution to another is always dependent on the receiving institution. In other words, if there are some credits that do not transfer, it is usually because the student received a grade below a "C," some credits do not fit into the curriculum at the new institution, the courses are not equivalent, or the student took credits over the amount allowed by the receiving institution. Whenever you change institutions (no matter which ones) you take a risk that some credits may not be transferable.Both schools have a regional accreditation which is the better accreditation to have. Therefore credits taken at the University of Phoenix are transferable to Barry University. However, the amount of credits transferred from one institution to another is always dependent on the receiving institution. In other words, if there are some credits that do not transfer, it is usually because the student received a grade below a "C," some credits do not fit into the curriculum at the new institution, the courses are not equivalent, or the student took credits over the amount allowed by the receiving institution. Whenever you change institutions (no matter which ones) you take a risk that some credits may not be transferable.Both schools have a regional accreditation which is the better accreditation to have. Therefore credits taken at the University of Phoenix are transferable to Barry University. However, the amount of credits transferred from one institution to another is always dependent on the receiving institution. In other words, if there are some credits that do not transfer, it is usually because the student received a grade below a "C," some credits do not fit into the curriculum at the new institution, the courses are not equivalent, or the student took credits over the amount allowed by the receiving institution. Whenever you change institutions (no matter which ones) you take a risk that some credits may not be transferable.Both schools have a regional accreditation which is the better accreditation to have. Therefore credits taken at the University of Phoenix are transferable to Barry University. However, the amount of credits transferred from one institution to another is always dependent on the receiving institution. In other words, if there are some credits that do not transfer, it is usually because the student received a grade below a "C," some credits do not fit into the curriculum at the new institution, the courses are not equivalent, or the student took credits over the amount allowed by the receiving institution. Whenever you change institutions (no matter which ones) you take a risk that some credits may not be transferable.


If you completed the RN program through a regionally accredited college or university, your credits will be transferable.


it depends on if you are going for the same degree then the doctoral credits might be transferable, you have to ask the other university of they are...


Yes, the University of Phoenix holds the preferred regional accreditation by the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools and is a member of the College Board. Therefore, the coursework and degree completed at this institution will be recognized by all other colleges and universities as well as employers.


Be careful...READ THE FINE PRINT! Most University of Phoenix (UoP) credits WILL NOT transfer to traditional universities. Read UoP's "Transferability of Credits" disclosure (see related link below). 1. Credits earned at University of Phoenix may not transfer to another educational institution. 2. The ability to transfer credits from University of Phoenix to another educational institutions may be very limited. 3. Your credits may not transfer and you may have to repeat courses previously taken at University of Phoenix if you enroll in another educational institution.


What credits are transferable is always dependent on the receiving institution. The University of Phoenix has the appropriate regional accreditation, so the course work completed should be transferable to all other colleges and universities. That being said, there are a variety of reasons why some credits from any school may not transfer to include: * Course not passed at a 2.0 or higher grade. * Receiving institution may require higher grades for particular fields of study (such as health related majors). * Change of major field of study. * Credits exceed the allowed limit of the receiving institution. Still, the credits taken at UOP are transferable, however you should check with FSU about their transfer credit policies for your particular major.


Only the people at the University of Washington will be able to tell you. They will have the exact requirements for transfer of credits.


The University of Phoenix operates on a regular semester credit system.


You would have to talk to the people at La Verne. They will have the criteria for transfer of credits.


It means that some other Universities may not recognize the Credits or Degrees earned at the Un-credited University. Credits may not be transferable if you wish to continue to study at a different University.


Yes, the credits from Phoenix are recognized by all colleges and universities. The amount of credits that will be accepted depends on the grade you received, and whether those credits fit into your specific program of study (major).


The University of Phoenix has the preferred regional accreditation by the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools. Therefore the coursework and degree you complete through this university will be recognized by all other colleges and universities as well as employers. When transferring credits from one institution to another institution must always come with an understanding that there are reasons why some courses my not be transferable to include, less than the required grade, the course is not equivalent, does not fit within your declared major, or there may be a difference in credits hours. Typically, there should be no problem.


Corrlins University is a scam....their diploma is worthless and credits are NOT transferable. There is NOT ONE University, including University of Phoenix, who recognises them as a valid learning instituton. save your money...they all need to go to jail as they are a scam!


In order for credits to transfer to the University of Phoenix and any of the traditional regionally accredited institutions, the school would have to have a regional accreditation as well, otherwise they typically will not be accepted.


Of course. However your courses/credits/degrees etc... will only be accepted by your new university if they are directly transferable to that university. If you are unsure contact a school administrator in your current school pertaining to what course are transferable and to where.


Be careful. Most UoP creidts WILL NOT transfer to traditional universities. Read UoP's "Transferability of Credits" disclosure. 1."Credits earned at University of Phoenix may not transfer to another educational institution." 2."The ability to transfer credits from University of Phoenix to another educational institutions may be very limited." 3."Your credits may not transfer and you may have to repeat courses previously taken at University of Phoenix if you enroll in another educational institution." See related link for reference.


You will have to talk to the people at the University of Alabama. They will have the specific rules for transfer of credits.


You will have to talk to the people at the University of Missouri. They will have the specific requirements you must meet for the transfer of credits.


If you're asking if you can transfer UofP credits to another college....Maybe.You should contact the school you want to transfer them to and find out what credits they will and won't accept from the University of Phoenix.Unlike the vast majority of online schools, UofP actually is accredited by a legitimate accrediting organization, so there's a good possibility that another school will accept their credits.However, colleges are not actually obligated to accept credits from any other school, and may decide on a case by case basis that a given other school either does or does not teach that particular class to the standards required.


Yes you can. How many credits from your associates degree will be transferable to the bachelor's degree will depend on the specific program of study.Yes you can. How many credits from your associates degree will be transferable to the bachelor's degree will depend on the specific program of study.Yes you can. How many credits from your associates degree will be transferable to the bachelor's degree will depend on the specific program of study.Yes you can. How many credits from your associates degree will be transferable to the bachelor's degree will depend on the specific program of study.Yes you can. How many credits from your associates degree will be transferable to the bachelor's degree will depend on the specific program of study.Yes you can. How many credits from your associates degree will be transferable to the bachelor's degree will depend on the specific program of study.


You will have to talk to the people at the specific college you are applying to. They will know the requirements for transfer of credits.


You need to talk to the people at Baker College. They will have the criteria necessary for the transfer of credits.



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