University of Phoenix Is Denied Accreditation For Its Information Technology Programs
The Accreditation Board of Engineering and Technology (www.abet.org) Trashes the University of Phoenix's Information Technology Accreditation Application
If you thought about enrolling in any of University of Phoenix's Information Technology programs, you might want to ask the Accreditation Board of Engineering and Technology (www.abet.org) why they threw away University of Phoenix's accreditation application in the garbage can. The University of Phoenix applied for accreditation with ABET back in July 2010 and after discovering fraud, ABET did not accredit the university's Information Technology programs after their investigation concluded January 2011.
The Accreditation Board of Engineering and Technology Might Possibly Claim That:
- University of Phoenix does not provide an adequate learning environment for its online and ground campuses to teach the concepts and practices of Information Technology/Computer Science.
- University of Phoenix does not implement the core principles of learning Information Technology/Computer Science concepts and practices for its students.
- University of Phoenix teaching materials are inadequate for university level teaching.
- University of Phoenix Information Technology faculty do not possess masters degrees from accredited universities, faculty does not have any real-world experience, therefore faculty should not be allowed to teach. In our findings ABET found evidence using a simple "Google" search that proved University of Phoenix faculty do indeed have points on their criminal background records.
With the above said, it is clearly true that the University of Phoenix operates only to collect money. Students are not learning anything, teachers pass/fail students at their will all in the "illusion" of making millions of dollars off of student loans in the background. if students fail, the University of Phoenix gets paid. If students pass, the University of Phoenix gets paid. When students graduate, the University of Phoenix still gets paid but the student is left with a worthless degree in which the student cannot apply what was learned at the University of Phoenix towards their career.
Companies Will Not Hire University of Phoenix Graduates Because Companies Do Not Believe in University of Phoenix's Practices On Student Cheating/Plagiarism
Isn't it quite obvious as to why company human resources do not hire job candidates with University of Phoenix degrees? Tell me, if you were a hiring manager, would you rather hire a student who actually learned something in college or would you hire a student who went to a college that allowed cheating/plagiarism, even allowed the student to pass when the student actually failed, would you hire a job candidate from the University of Phoenix? I don't think so!
Intel - The Manufacturer of Computer Processing Microchips - Calls It Quits With University of Phoenix tuition reimbursement program
To make these claims quite more obvious, Intel, the company that makes computer processing chips for tablet computers, cellular phones, computers, smart televisions, etc., before Intel had a tuition reimbursement program with the University of Phoenix.
In Intel's findings, Intel learned that when their employees graduated from the University of Phoenix's Information Technology programs, their employees did not learn anything. Graduates of the program tried to apply what they learned at the University of Phoenix towards their job duties at Intel and none of those graduates of the University of Phoenix could not deliver.
Intel was being "robbed" by the University of Phoenix with the tuition reimbursement partnership program and you can about Intel's disappointments in this online article below:
Do you think ABET and Intel have something in common? Absolutely!
The University of Phoenix Will Not Release ABET's Findings
I graduated from the University of Phoenix's Bachelors of Science in Information Technology program back in July 2008 with a foolish 3.9 grade point average and I was not able to find a job in the computer science field. Perhaps ABET can explain to me why because the University of Phoenix will surely tell me that I did learn something. But to protect themselves from lawsuits, counter-lawsuits, and more lawsuits, ABET cannot release their reasons about why they did not accredit any of University of Phoenix's Information Technology programs. As a former graduate, I will have to phone the University of Phoenix and ask them why ABET threw away their accreditation application.
And do you think the university will release ABET's findings? Of course not. Do you think any lawyers will handle the case. No. Then the only solution is for students to hold up signs outside their local University of Phoenix ground campus so the media can get really involved this time and close down the #1 for-profit, private university in America.
I have all the emails saved from Beth Mundy, a spokesperson for ABET, and all those emails will be posted as .jpeg images into this article and she is the person whom I've been in touch with since I began looking into how the University of Phoenix messed up my career and my future. Beth simply stated that I would have to contact the school and ask them directly why their Information Technology programs were not accredited.