Phoenix - Atlanta is a for-profit university. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 1,350 undergraduate students. The Phoenix - Atlanta acceptance rate is 100%. Graduating 16% of students, Phoenix - Atlanta alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $30,500.
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Sandy Springs, GA 30350
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University of Phoenix - Atlanta Reviews
The overall experience I have had at the University of Phoenix has been phenomenal. It takes strict dedication, but the instructors are flexible and really enjoy working with the students. All of my classes have been extremely informative and enjoyable. I have taken everything from the normal, required classes such as algebra and biology, all the way to astronomy and my recently-completed physics course. The University of Phoenix is unique, because, not only is it both an on-campus and online university, it also takes online education to another level. The classmates are considerate and respectful to each other, and the assignments are full of great experiences. I would most definitely choose the University of Phoenix again for my Master's degree program.
I love going on campus and off campus at the University Of phoenix. There program allows me to continue my education at my speed, the hours are very convenient for me and my work schedule. I would recommend this school to anyone.
So far it's been okay. As a mother, wife, and a employee it took some adjustment to get used to going back to school. I will say that my academic adviser was extremely helpful!