Phoenix - Maryland is a for-profit university located in Columbia, Maryland in the Baltimore Area. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 29 undergraduate students. The Phoenix - Maryland acceptance rate is 100%. Popular majors include Business, Computer and Information Systems Security, and Computer Systems Networking and Telecommunications. Graduating 24% of students, Phoenix - Maryland alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $28,400.
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Most Popular Majors
Computer and Information Systems Security16 Graduates
Computer Systems Networking and Telecommunications4 Graduates
Computer Programming1 Graduate
Computer Systems Analysis1 Graduate
Network, Database, and System Administration1 Graduate
Web Page and Digital Design1 Graduate
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The online school I attend at the University of Phoenix is pretty diverse. Students from all over the world are taking there online programs here. The typical students at my schools are motivated, excited, and knowledge hungry. They strive to be the best at their chosen profession. They have learned how to balance their everyday lives with their school work, classes and studying all completed through and online-campus. I think that's very challenging. Clearly the students are dedicated and can work under pressure. Sexual diversity isn't a problem with this school. Everyone is online doing the same things. For example with my area of study, Psychology, being sexually diverse has a great advantage. It allows you to see how the brain works from both sides with male students and female students. I believe that with this school being as diverse at it very much is will always be a commodity because it allows its students to view and study things from a different point of view. With that we will all be as successful as we strive to be.
The classes are very different from the others. One professor will have harder restrictions and grading, while others are more lax. The fact that the classes are only online and that all of the students are on different time zones, make it very difficult to work with the other students.
Convenience of attending classes whenever, but working with students in different time zones, is difficult.