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WEEK 1 PREZI

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Stephen Burgor

on 1 May 2017

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Welcome to University of Phoenix
An intro to our school and your first class
https://portal.phoenix.edu/medialibrary/videodetails.20100915132400001.html
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University of Phoenix is an
accredited
university, recognized by the U.S. Department of Education.
I (Steve) have a Bachelor's of Science Degree (Western Michigan University), a Master's Degree in Education (University of Phoenix), and a Post-Graduate Certificate in Human Resources (Davenport University) - all earned. I have been a facilitator here at Phoenix for over seven years. I only share this information with you in order to share with you the credibility of instruction here at UOPx.
All
of UOPx campuses are listed with the Department of Education, I've just shown the main one.
While we don't have a football team or a fight song . . .
I guess though that if we did have a team we'd be called the University of Phoenix . . . Phoenixes . . .
(kind of weird).
we do have a
football stadium
.
It's where the most recent National Championship was played.
JUST THE FACTS
We also have a fair amount of recognized graduates, among others . . .
Questions you might have:
1. Will this be easy?
Probably
no
YOU

CAN
DO
THIS!
Write down
your expected graduation date.
Plan out your strategy
for earning an above average GPA.
Now, let's move ahead and
focus on what needs to be learned.
By the way . . .
2. Will I have to create new
habits in order to be
successful?
Probably
yes
3. Can I really accomplish the task of earning a degree?
Yes
. . . but
probably
only if you reread the answers to the previous two questions.
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