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University of Phoenix or American Intercontinental University for Criminal Justice?

University of Phoenix or American Intercontinental University for Criminal Justice? Topic: Pay someone to take my online class for me
July 20, 2019 / By Acke
Question: im going to college for criminal justice...i was looking into DeVry but they dont offer what im really looking for so my advisor from there sent my info to AIU....i never heard of this college before...ive always been interested in UoP though... can someone tell me..out of these two.. which one you think would be better for taking criminal justice? id be doing it online because i have to work full time in order to pay bills! :/ thank you!
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Spring Spring | 8 days ago
these colleges cost like 20 or 30 thousand a year. no!!! besides, employers don't like to see private colleges like devry or university of phoenix on a resume because they are not reputable schools. go to a community college and get ur associate's degree. it's so much cheaper and i'm pretty sure you can take almost every class online. then you can transfer to a state university and get your bachelor's degree. i'm pretty sure you can take the majority of those classes online as well. and you will get hired a lot faster with a state university such as Oregon State University for example, as oppossed to UofP.
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Spring Originally Answered: University of Phoenix or Western Governors University?
Western Governor's University is a non-profit school comprised by the governors of the Western US and Guam who wanted to create a distance learning program that was low in tuition and did not answer to stockholders. It has a very excellent reputation and is well respected among employers. It was also given a positive write up in Time magazine. They have worked hard to make the school respectable. I would seriously consider them if I were you. I have heard many excellent things about WGU.
Spring Originally Answered: University of Phoenix or Western Governors University?
I am in the exact same position as you are. I am leaning towards Western Governors University. I like the idea of going at my own speed. I want to try to complete my degree as soon as possible. I took the readiness assessment tests last night, so now I'm waiting for my results. I'm supposed to talk to the enrollment counselor on Friday. I hope someone, that has been to WGU, will give some in site on the BA education degree. I've heard that there is a lot of essay writing. If you choose WGU, maybe we can keep in touch.
Spring Originally Answered: University of Phoenix or Western Governors University?
Western Governors University has far more credibility that University of Phoenix, though of course, because of its relentless marketing, U of Phoenix is better known. Listing a U of Phoenix degree on your resume will often get your job application thrown directly into the trash. Two other reputable "online only" schools are: Athabasca University Excelsior College Many reputable "brick & mortar" schools offer online courses these days. It's better to combine online and on-campus courses for a degree if you can.

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The pay in criminal justice doesn't tend to be huge, so it's a good idea to try to keep your educational debt low. Both U of P and AIU are expensive schools. Neither has the greatest rep. And AIU has had some accreditation problems lately, which makes me extremely wary of them. Please check the community and state colleges in your home state first. See if they offer criminal justice as a major, online. If they do, go there instead. They are reputable and will be your least expensive option. If no such major is available, then the following traditional, reputable schools do offer CJ (or related, like "criminology") majors online: SUNY Oswego, St. Joseph's College of Maine, U Wyoming, Colorado State, Indiana State, Franklin Pierce U, New Mexico State, Old Dominion, U Texas Brownsville, U Louisville, Roger Williams U, St. John's U (NY), Tiffin U, U Houston Downtown, U Arkansas, U Maine Fort Kent, Utica College, Washington State U.
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Primrose Originally Answered: Is it really a fact that credits from University of Phoenix credits will not transfer to any other university?
"I was promised that they hold excellent accreditation, etc." If they specifically said this, they're lying. U of Phoenix does have regional accreditation, but it offers degrees for which it does not have programmatic accreditation. Business is one notorious example, where "excellent accreditation" would imply AACSB accreditation, which UoP does not have. You made a major mistake in attending U of Phoenix. Employers have been know to toss all job applications listing a U of Phoenix degree directly into the trash. There are always alternatives to U of Phoenix.
Primrose Originally Answered: Is it really a fact that credits from University of Phoenix credits will not transfer to any other university?
U of P is regionally accredited, which means that your credits are eligible to transfer to other schools. Doesn't mean that they will, though. The thing is, in order for a class to transfer, the other college needs to offer that class, and to consider the U of P version to be equivalent to their version. Since a lot of the classes most people take at U of P are so specific to their major, and those majors tend to be in things that aren't commonly offered elsewhere, such as "healthcare management", many people find that a lot of their classes won't transfer. But usually, if you took things like math, English, US history - those classes are pretty universal, and those are more likely to transfer. So it's not that your credits won't transfer. They might, they might not. Which unis do you want to transfer to? I'd suggest you speak directly to someone in admissions there. Find out if it's likely your credits might transfer. Find out if it becomes *more* likely that they'll be acceptable if you actually complete the entire associates at U of P. Then decide your next steps. Know that the uni can't really give you great detail on this until after you apply to transfer to them, and they do their formal transfer credit evaluation process. But they may be able to at least give you an idea. BTW, there are a ton of reputable, traditional, brick and mortar colleges that offer online degrees. In fact, check the community colleges and state universities in your home state. They're reputable, and you'll get the cheaper, in-state rate on tuition. If they don't offer what you need, check out the online degrees offered by UMass Amherst, Florida State, Drexel U, U Denver, Regis U, Southern New Hampshire U, UMass Lowell, Northeastern, U Maryland, Penn State, U Illinois, Colorado State, Kansas State... tons of options.

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