Columbus Ohio Campus
Attend University of Phoenix in Columbus, Ohio
The University of Phoenix Columbus Campus is one of nearly 100 University of Phoenix locations in North America. With almost 22,000 instructors and thousands of students, we're the largest private university in North America. Since 1976, our goal has been to provide working adults with the education they desire--and the flexibility and convenience they need. The typical student at our Columbus, Ohio campus balances the responsibilities work and family life with the challenges and rewards of higher education.
The Columbus Campus, located just off Interstate 71, is one of six University of Phoenix locations in Ohio. On-campus classes here are usually held once a week in the evening. Online courses are also available in a variety of fields, including nursing, education and business.
Earn Your College Degree on Campus, One Class at a Time
Over the decades, we've pioneered and fine-tuned our learning formats to encourage maximum learning in a minimal amount of time. Students at our Columbus Campus take one course at a time, and classes last five to six weeks, depending on the student's degree level. Our open-enrollment scheduling enables students to enroll in courses back-to-back, so you can earn your degree conveniently and efficiently. For instance, most University of Phoenix students earn their master's degrees in two to three years, even while taking one course at a time.
For many, an associate's degree may be the first step on the road to higher learning, or it may be an achievement unto itself. The Columbus, Ohio campus enables students to earn their associate's degree online through University of Phoenix. Associate's degree programs in the areas of arts and sciences, business and management, criminal justice and security, education, technology and health care are available.
Associate's degree programs are designed to provide students a foundation for further learning while also providing an overview in the student's chosen field. For example, the associate's degree in accounting helps students develop a foundation of knowledge related to accounting in terms of business strategy, financial statements, cost information, economics, management, and ethical issues.