University of Phoenix-Atlanta Campus says
You may feel that you have little chance of earning your degree while also juggling work and family commitments. But thousands of University of Phoenix in Georgia graduates are proof that you can earn your degree without putting your life on hold.
If you live in the Atlanta, Georgia area, the University's convenient DeKalb Learning Center enables you to earn a bachelor's degree in fields such as business, criminal justice, technology, nursing or management. Graduate degree programs are available in business, technology and management. If you're just starting out, online associate's degree programs are offered through University of Phoenix.
As a bachelor's or master's-level student at the DeKalb Learning Center, you'll attend class one night a week, enabling you to earn your degree while you earn a living. You'll also meet weekly with your learning team, a small group of classmates who work together to complete assignments. Part of University of Phoenix's innovative approach to education, learning teams enable you to develop collaboration, communication and problem-solving skills--all which are important in today's world.
Another key part of the University's learning model is that you take one course at a time. This enables you to study a subject in-depth. Courses last five or six weeks and you can enroll at any time -- so you can complete your degree sooner than you may think.
Additionally, as a student at the DeKalb Learning Center, you'll learn from University of Phoenix faculty members who hold advanced degrees and have substantial experience in the fields they teach. While these faculty members provide current knowledge, they also share real-world practical experience. That is part of University of Phoenix's focus on providing an applicable education. In fact, the University's degree programs are designed by academic professionals, often in collaboration with industry professionals, to ensure quality, relevance and rigor. They are also updated regularly.
Program offerings are subject to change and may not be available in both online and on-campus formats. Georgia: Authorized under the Nonpublic Post secondary Educational Institutions Act of 1990.