The career center is wonderful. Before starting into the students major (while taking the basic courses) University of Phoenix has a special course that centers around the Career Center and the Job prospects. The student takes an online survey that is based on:
1) Personality and values
2) Type of work he/she likes (dealing with people, or working individually)
3) Personal thoughts on problems that may rise by surprise
4) How an individual would handle certain issue/problem
Then the career center would generate different types of job titles and the degree(s) each job title required to make sure that individual was working towards the correct major. If the job title was not in that list, then it offered a different search engine to look up the titles job requirements.
After completing the Career center and finding out the requirements for that field it generated the job prospects in State the individual wanted to work in. If there was not any jobs in that State it would ask if the individual was willing to relocate. If the answer was "yes" it would generate the States with the highest percentage for that field.
I believe that program is very helpful in making sure that individual was getting the correct information.