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University of Phoenix, ASIS Partner to Award Security Degree-related Scholarships

The University of Phoenix and ASIS Foundation, a nonprofit organization dedicated to the advancement of the security profession though academic scholarship and research, have partnered to award 10 full-tuition scholarships to prospective students to pursue an undergraduate or master’s degree at University of Phoenix. This year marks the fourth anniversary of the relationship.

The application period for the scholarship opportunity is open through April 6. Individuals who are either working within the security field or aspiring toward a career in a security-related area are encouraged to apply.

For scholarship terms and conditions as well as more details about the scholarship click here.

In addition to the existing security programs, University of Phoenix is offering two new degrees in security including Associate of Arts in Security Management and Bachelor of Science in Security Management. Each degree program has an embedded certificate — Security Management Asset Protection/Loss Prevention Certificate in the Associates program and Critical Incident Response Certificate in the Bachelors program.

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