University of Phoenix-Richmond-Virginia Beach Campus says
Located off Broad Street Road and Interstate 64, the University of Phoenix Richmond Campus provides busy adults in the Richmond, Virginia area with a way to earn bachelor's and master's degrees conveniently and efficiently from an accredited institution. University of Phoenix in Virginia is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission and is a member of the North Central Association. In addition, many of the individual programs within the University are accredited by recognized organizations.
If you're interested in earning a bachelor's or master's degree but worry about having time to meet your work, family and other commitments, the Richmond Campus is here to meet your needs and help you fulfill your educational goal.
As a student, your classes at the Richmond Campus will meet only once per week, generally in the evening. In addition, you'll meet with your learning team once a week to complete class assignments and develop presentations. This convenient schedule enables you to earn a living while earning your college degree. Plus, your learning team can help you develop vital communication, teamwork and problem-solving skills.
Additionally, University of Phoenix programs allow you to gain current knowledge and real-world insight. Degree programs are designed by academic professionals, often in collaboration with industry professionals, to ensure quality, relevance and rigor.
It's also important to know that degree programs are regularly updated, and taught by qualified faculty members. In fact, University of Phoenix faculty members have advanced degrees and substantial experience in the fields they teach. They are trained to facilitate small, interactive classes while teaching the latest theories and techniques and sharing practical, applicable knowledge.
If you are unable to attend class at the Richmond Campus, several bachelor's and master's degree programs that can be completed online are available. Online associate's degree programs also are offered through University of Phoenix.