212 E. Cullen Building, Houston, TX 77204
Houston Baptist University is a private, Christian university located in Houston, TX. The acceptance rate is 70%, making it not very selective. On our best colleges list, we've ranked it #699 in the USA. It has a smaller sized student body with 2,215 full-time undergrads in attendance. 23% of graduates acquire a Bachelor's degree in Nursing. Additional desired choices include Kinesiology and Exercise Science, Psychology, and Business, but there are 41 courses of study to select from. It ranks 5th in Texas for its religious studies program. Additionally, it ranked 5th in Texas for top colleges with rolling admissions. For students who are paying sticker price, in-state tuition costs $29,830 a year, but for students based out of state, tuition costs $32,970. Before you decide against applying because of the price, know that each and every undergraduate procures at least some scholarship or grant funding. 39% of Houston Baptist University undergraduates end up collecting a diploma, geared up to begin the subsequent act in their lives: work. A couple years after school, graduates make a median annual wage of $35,500. After four additional years working, the graduate's median income climbs 29% to $45,800, which is 14.2% on top of the national median. Those of you applying might want to know that it offers early action and over 1/2 of the students scored between 6 and 8 on the ACT writing segment. Further, it does not offer evening degree programs, and it does not offer a remote program. With regard for finances, be aware that the average tuition for people from households making over $110k a year is $24,415 and students awarded state grants receive $5,367 in aid on average. For academics, it received an 8 out of 10 and when rating its campus, it received an 8 out of 10. Relating to campus life, 38% of undergrads live in on-campus housing. In closing, two years after graduation, 90% of graduates are gainfully employed and 1/4th of graduates rake in a starting salary of $20,800 or less.
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Foods, Nutrition, and Wellness Studies
Kinesiology and Exercise Science
Liberal Arts and Humanities
Hospitality and Tourism Management