Phoenix - Idaho is a for-profit university located in Meridian, Idaho in the Boise Area. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 39 undergraduate students. The Phoenix - Idaho acceptance rate is 100%. Popular majors include Behavioral Sciences, Business Administration and Management, and Accounting. Graduating 6% of students, Phoenix - Idaho alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $30,500.
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Most Popular Majors
Behavioral Sciences8 Graduates
Business Administration and Management6 Graduates
Hospital Management2 Graduates
Computer and Information Systems Security1 Graduate
Criminal Justice and Law Enforcement Administration1 Graduate
Environmental Studies1 Graduate
Human Resources Management1 Graduate
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I honestly loved this type of learning, it was the most convenient for me and I would do it all over again with any other career aside from something very specialized that I personally would prefer an in class lecture. The other thing I take away from this is the lack of relationships you create, in business for example it is good to meet students and interact after graduation to aide yourself in opened doors and acquaintance's.
I have been to 2 other colleges before this and one where I received my Associates in Respiratory Care and University of Phoenix honestly has been the most constructive, beneficial and enjoyable with great flexibility and competitive pricing.
There are networks for this although was somewhat difficult to complete as the campus closed down in my immediate area, they do offer an online platform to aide you in job placement and education although I would still prefer a physical person to help me with this portion.