Santa Teresa Learning Center
Attend University of Phoenix in Santa Teresa, New Mexico
If you live in Santa Teresa, New Mexico and dream of earning an undergraduate or graduate degree—without quitting your job—then this University of Phoenix location in New Mexico may be right for you. Since 1976, University of Phoenix has empowered working adults to pursue their educational goals. Courses are designed with adults in mind. They combine a rigorous, relevant education with the flexibility and convenience busy students need. Most importantly, they enable working adults to earn their college degree while earning a living and keeping other commitments.
Flexible Learning, Through the Santa Teresa Learning Center in Santa Teresa, New Mexico
University of Phoenix bachelor's and master's degree students take just one course at a time. Students in campus-based classes at the Santa Teresa Learning Center meet once a week, usually in the evening. They also meet weekly with their learning teams, small groups of classmates who develop their collaboration, communication and problem-solving skills while working together to complete assignments. Students in our online Internet courses enjoy the convenience of attending class at times and places that fit their schedules. They log on and participate in their classes three to five times a week, depending upon their degree program.
This schedule is more than just convenient: It's also focused. Students can study a subject in-depth while having time for other activities.
Students also receive a real-world education. As part of University of Phoenix's innovative approach to learning, faculty members have advanced degrees and substantial experience in the fields they teach. This enables students not only to gain knowledge, but also practical insight.
Whether you're interested in bachelor's or master's level psychology courses or earning your business degree, the Santa Teresa Learning Center is here to help you reach your educational goals.
Programs We Offer
Program offerings are subject to change and may not be available in both online and on-campus formats.