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2017-05-17 22:38:54
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According to their website, the University of Phoenix has been accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association since 1978. The NCA is the accrediting organization for a large number of schools including all of the Big Ten and most of the Big Twelve schools. Some of the University of Phoenix's programs have individual accreditations by trade-specific accrediting organizations.

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