5400 College Dr, Graceville, FL 32440
The Baptist College of Florida is a private, online, Christian college headquartered in Graceville, FL. It has a fairly high acceptance rate, admitting 85% of applicants. It has a very small sized student body with 266 full-time students in attendance. Baptist Florida's most frequently selected major is a Bachelor's in Theological and Ministerial Studies, which is elected by 40% of the student body. Other frequently picked academe include Psychology, which accounts for 12% of students, and Religious Education (10%). It has a highly renowned religious studies program, ranking 14th in the country and first in Florida. Additionally, The Baptist College of Florida ranked 2nd in Florida according to our top online Christian colleges list. For those of you with residences in Florida, full price tuition is $11,970. Non-Florida residents must lay out $10,830 a year. Before you decide against applying due to cost constraints, you should know that just about 9/10 of Baptist Florida undergrads are awarded scholarship or grant funding. 63% of The Baptist College of Florida students graduate, wide-eyed and hoping to land a great career. The average alumnus earns an income of $26,600 two years after finishing their studies. After four additional years in the labor force, the graduate's median annual earnings rises 19.5% to $31,800; however, that is still 20.7% lower than the national median income. Those of you applying may want to be informed that your high school rank is considered but not required to apply and its students' ACT scores commonly range from 17 to 22. Also, it does not offer a distance education program, and Baptist Florida does not offer a study abroad program. Respecting expenses, be aware that 77% of undergraduates get financial aid through federal grants. Regarding demographics, 26% of students are 22 to 24 and 18% of undergrads at Baptist Florida are from households with a yearly salary between $49k and $75k. With regard to student life, first-year undergraduates can live off campus. To wind things up, two years after completing their studies, 13% of alums are not employed and a fourth of graduates take home a starting salary of $15,300 or less.
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Theological and Ministerial Studies
Music Teacher Education