Phoenix Curriculum, Workload, Instructors and Academic Advisors – Because the curriculum is set up as one class, for five weeks, and then on to the next class - the workload CAN be enormous; some classes could easily be broken into two classes. However, the courses are very complete, the instructors - for the most part - are approachable and well-versed in subject matter. Academic Advisors are not on the ball, for the most part. So far, I have not been negatively impacted by their lack of ..... involvement (I rarely hear from mine) - but other students have experienced issues, as they near graduation - all of a sudden they have a number of elective courses, etc., to complete. Overall, the Academic Advisor element is not well organized and does not share the "B+" that I can rate the rest of the experience.