According to an interview at http://www.elearnmag.org/subpage.cfm?section=articles&article=17-1 :
LISA NEAL: How much do you pay instructors?
BRIAN MUELLER: We've got three levels of salary depending upon your academic achievements, your academic degree, and the amount of experience you've had teaching and the number of courses you've taught with us. Faculty members are hired one course at a time, each course is an individual contract, and you're going to get paid anywhere between $850 and $1,500. Hopes this helps someone!
usually teachers get paid every month or so.
yes teachers are paid on maternity
University of Phoenix was created in 1976.
The university of Phoenix login is on the University of Phoenix's website. Go to the University's site and they should redirect you to a link if it is not on their homepage.
No they are not. As indicated by name the University of Phoenix is a university. Phoenix College is a community college (two year institution).
There is no 'Phoenix State University' in Arizona. There are the University of Arizona, Arizona State University, University of Phoenix, and Northern Arizona University, among a few others.
The motto of University of Phoenix is 'Thinking Ahead'.
University teachers are called professors.
The school colors for the University of Phoenix are maroon and gold.
I have never heard of South University of Phoenix, and it appears that the College Board hasn't either.