Long Beach, CA
1250 Bellflower Blvd, Long Beach, CA 90840
California State University - Long Beach is a public university located on an amazing campus in Long Beach, CA. It is a decentlyrated institution, ranking one hundred and sixty-third in the USA, but accepts 31% of applicants. It is a very big institution with full-time enrollment of 26,131 undergraduate students. Cal State Long Beach students can choose from 73 available majors across eight academic disciplines. The most in-demand selections are Business, Psychology, and Family Studies and Consumer Sciences, which all together are selected by 27% of the student body. If you are planning on studying health care management or engineering technology, Cal State Long Beach is the perfect choice for you, because it is ranked 18th nationwide for both these fields. Additionally, Cal State Long Beach comes in 8th in California on our top public universities list. For those of you from California, sticker price tuition costs $7,137 per year. Applicants with residency in other states have to spend $19,611 per year. Before you decide against applying because of the cost, keep in mind that 83% Cal State Long Beach undergraduates are awarded at least some scholarship or grant funding. 70% of California State University - Long Beach undergraduates walk on commencement day, hopeful and ready to hit the job market. On average, graduates go on to make an annual salary of $36,500 a couple years after graduating. After another four years in the job market, the alumni's median annual wage rises 31.8% to $48,100, which is 20% over the national median wage. You may like to be conscious of the fact that it doesn't offer early decision and the SAT or ACT is required in order for your application to be considered. Furthermore, about 65% of first-year, part-time students continue to pursue their studies the following year, and 12% of courses have 40 to 99 students. With respect to your checkbook, be aware that the average amount of institutional grant aid awarded is $5,159 and 53% of undergraduates receive financial aid through federal grants. With regard to demographics, 23% of undergraduates are Asian American and 1% of undergraduates are from out-of-state. In terms of student life, 1% of Cal State Long Beach's female students are part of a sorority. To conclude, the highest-earning quartile of graduates rake in a starting salary of at least $52,800 and the average Cal State Long Beach student graduates with $4,762 per year of debt.
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Family Studies and Consumer Sciences
Physical Education Teaching and Coaching
Health Service Preparatory Studies