University of Phoenix - Cheyenne
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University of Phoenix - Cheyenne
6900 Yellowstone Road
Cheyenne, WY 82009
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University of Phoenix - Cheyenne

University of Phoenix in Cheyenne, Wyoming: The Wyoming Campus

Close to Interstate 25 in the capital city of Cheyenne, the University of Phoenix Wyoming Campus has quite a few online-based degree programs tailored for busy adults. Each degree program offered by the Wyoming Campus has the same flexibility that has made University of Phoenix well-known throughout the United States.
Degree programs offered at the Wyoming Campus in Cheyenne
The Wyoming Campus has both associate’s and bachelor’s degree programs. For students interested in pursuing their Associate of Arts, the Wyoming Campus offers over fifteen Axia College degree programs. Those who are enrolling in college for the first time or those who have minimal transfer credits can choose from the following Bachelor of Science degree program areas: 

  • Arts and Sciences
  • Business and Management
  • Criminal Justice and Security
  • Human Services
  • Nursing and Health Care
  • Psychology
  • Technology


In addition to these programs, the Wyoming Campus also has several different master’s degree programs, all of which can be completed online. Interested students can enroll in these program areas:

 

  • Business and Management
  • Criminal Justice and Security
  • Nursing and Health Care
  • Psychology
  • Technology


The convenience of online degree programs through the Wyoming Campus
Online programs can be vital to busy adults who may have other daytime commitments at work or home. In the past, they may have been unable to further their educations because of scheduling conflicts and time constraints. Now that distance learning has arrived, however, working adults and stay-at-home parents finally have a convenient way to earn degrees in sought-after fields.


It doesn’t take much time to get used to the online format. You’ll be given access to two forums: The first is a main forum designed for use by all students as a way to interact and get help with course assignments. The second is an individual forum intended to serve as a means of communication between you and your instructor. This is also where you will access your course materials. As a student, you’ll be required to post to your class forum between three and five times per week, depending on your program

Criminal Justice Programs
  • Criminal Justice - Associate of Arts
  • Paraprofessional Education - Associate of Arts
Liberal Arts Programs
  • General Studies - Associate of Arts
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