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Are you an experienced professional with a graduate or doctoral degree in your field? Do you possess strong communication skills and the desire to help others succeed? Take your passion beyond the workplace and qualify to teach at University of Phoenix.
University of Phoenix is the largest private university in North America, providing a relevant, real-world education to working students at over 200 locations, as well as online.
Teaching courses at University of Phoenix is rewarding in many ways. You earn a supplemental income while enabling others to benefit from your knowledge and experience. And you can teach part time without interrupting your full-time career.
To qualify as a University of Phoenix faculty member, you must meet the following minimum criteria:*
- Have a master’s or doctoral degree from a U.S. regionally accredited institution (or international equivalent) related to the subject you wish to teach. Some courses require a doctoral degree or more specific qualifications.
- Have work experience related to the subject you wish to teach. Requirements may vary by course and program.
* Each candidate’s experience and academic preparation are reviewed to determine whether they meet the requirements developed for each program and specific course. Some degree programs require more specific qualifications. For example, some courses and/or programs do not require current employment, but instead require a specific number of hours of graduate-level course work.
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