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Anderson University

Campus: Anderson

Affiliation: Church of God

Highest degree offered: Doctoral and first-professional

Athletics: Member of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA)

Undergraduate Enrollment

Total: 2,337

Men: 41.2%

Women: 58.8%

Minorities: 213

Costs

In-state tuition (undergrad): $18,900

Out-of-state tuition (undergrad): $18,900

In-state per-credit charge (grad): $370

Out-of-state per-credit charge (grad): $370

Percent receiving financial aid: 97%

Application fee: $20

Other Admission Information

SAT Verbal scores for applicants to this school generally fall between 470 and 590.

SAT Math scores for applicants to this school generally fall between 470 and 580.

ACT Verbal scores for applicants to this school generally fall between 20 and 27.

ACT Math scores for applicants to this school generally fall between 19 and 25.

Applications received: 1,858

Applications accepted: 1,459

Acceptance rate: 79%

Freshman retention rate: 74%

Distance learning programs: Yes

Contact Information

Anderson University

Anderson

Admissions phone: 765/841-4080

Web site: www.anderson.edu

Programs of Study

Biological Sciences/Life Sciences

Biochemistry

Biology/Biological Sciences, General

Business Management and Administrative Services

Accounting

Business Administration and Management, General

Business/Commerce, General

Business/Managerial Economics

Finance, General

Marketing/Marketing Management, General

Organizational Behavior Studies

Communications

Mass Communication/Media Studies

Computer and Information Sciences

Computer Science

Information Science/Studies

Education

Art Teacher Education

Curriculum and Instruction

Education, General

Elementary Education and Teaching

English/Language Arts Teacher Education

Health Teacher Education

Mathematics Teacher Education

Music Teacher Education

Physical Education Teaching and Coaching

Science Teacher Education/General

Science Teacher Education

Social Studies Teacher Education

Spanish Language Teacher Education

Speech Teacher Education

English Language and Literature/Letters

English Language and Literature, General

Foreign Languages and Literatures

French Language and Literature

Spanish Language end Literature

History

History, General

Home Economics

Family Systems

Liberal Arts and Sciences, Genera/Studies and Humanities

General Studies

Mathematics

Mathematics, General

Multi/interdisciplinary Studies

Intercultural/Multicultural and Diversity Studies

Mathematics and Computer Science

Parks, Recreation, Leisure and Fitness Studies

Health and Physical Education, General

Kinesiology and Exercise Science

Philosophy and Religion

Philosophy

Religion/Religious Studies

Physical Sciences

Chemistry, General

Physics, General

Protective Services

Criminal Justice/Safety Studies

Psychology

Psychology, General

Public Administration and Services

Social Work

Social Sciences and History

Political Science and Government, General

Sociology

Theological Studies and Religious Vocations

Bible/Biblical Studies

Religious/Sacred Music

Theology/Theological Studies

Visual and Performing Arts

Commercial end Advertising Art

Design and Visual Communications, General

Drama and Dramatics/Theatre Arts, General

Fine/Studio Arts, General

Music Management and Merchandising

Music Performance, General

Music, General

Ball State University

Campus: Muncie

Highest degree offered: Doctoral

Athletics: Member of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA)

Undergraduate Enrollment

Total: 17,102

Costs

In-state tuition (undergrad): $6,030

Out-of-state tuition (undergrad): $15,790

In-state per-credit charge (grad): $229

Out-of-state per-credit charge (grad): $577

Other fees: $428

Percent receiving financial aid: 76%

Application fee: $25

Other Admission Information

SAT Verbal scores for applicants to this school generally fall between 470 and 570.

SAT Math scores for applicants to this school generally fall between 470 and 570.

ACT Verbal scores for applicants to this school generally fall between 19 and 24.

ACT Math scores for applicants to this school generally fall between 19 and 25.

Applications received: 9,889

Applications accepted: 7,944

Acceptance rate: 80%

Freshman retention rate: 76%

Distance learning programs: Yes

Contact Information

Ball State University

Muncie

Admissions phone: 765/285-9300

Web site: www.bsu.edu

Programs of Study

Architecture And Related Programs

Architecture (March, BA/BS, March, MA/MS, PhD)

Architecture and Belated Services, Other

City/Urban, Community and Regional Planning

Environmental Design/Architecture

Landscape Architecture (BS, BSLA, BLA, MSLA, MLA, PhD)

Biological Sciences/Life Sciences

Biology/Biological Sciences, General

Physiology, General

Business Management and Administrative Services

Accounting

Actuarial Science

Administrative Assistant and Secretarial Science, General

Business Administration and Management, General

Business/Commerce, General

Business/Managerial Economics

Entrepreneurship/Entrepreneurial Studies

Finance, General

Human Resources Management/Personnel Administration, General

Management Information Systems, General

Marketing/Marketing Management, General

Office Management and Supervision

Operations Management and Supervision

Communications

Journalism

Public Relations/Image Management

Radio and Television

Communications Technologies

Graphic and Printing Equipment Operator, General Production

Computer and Information Sciences

Computer and Information Sciences, General

Conservation And Renewable Natural Resources

Natural Resources/Conservation, General

Education

Adult and Continuing Education Administration

Adult and Continuing Education and Teaching

Business Teacher Education

College Student Counseling and Personnel Services

Curriculum and Instruction

Early Childhood Education and Teaching

Education/Teaching of Individuals with Multiple Disabilities

Educational Leadership and Administration, General

Elementary Education and Teaching

Health Teacher Education

Junior High/Intermediate/Middle School Education and Teaching

Kindergarten/Preschool Education and Teaching

Physical Education Teaching and Coaching

Reading Teacher Education

Science Teacher Education/General Science Teacher Education

Secondary Education and Teaching

Special Education and Teaching, General

Teacher Education, Multiple Levels

Technical Teacher Education

Technology Teacher Education/Industrial Arts Teacher Education

Engineering

Engineering, General

Engineering-Related Technologies

Engineering Technologies/Technicians, Other

Industrial Technology/Technician

Robotics Technology/Technician

English Language and Literature/Letters

English Language end Literature, General

Speech end Rhetorical Studies

Foreign Languages and Literatures

French Language and Literature

German Language and Literature

Japanese Language and Literature

Linguistics

Spanish Language and Literature

Health Professions and Related Sciences

Health Professions and Related Clinical Sciences, Other

History

History, General

Home Economics

Family end Consumer Sciences/Human Sciences, General

Foods, Nutrition, and Related Services, Other

Law and Legal Studies

Legal Administrative Assistant/Secretary

Legal Assistant/Paralegal

Legal Professions and Studies, Other

Liberal Arts and Sciences, General Studies and Humanities

Liberal Arts and Sciences, General Studies end Humanities, Other

Liberal Arts and Sciences/Liberal Studies

Library Science

Library Science/Librarianship

Mathematics

Mathematics, General

Statistics, General

Multi/Interdisciplinary Studies

Biological and Physical Sciences

Cultural Resource Management end Policy Analysis

Philosophy and Religion

Philosophy

Religion/Religious Studies

Physical Sciences

Chemistry, General

Geology/Earth Science, General

Physics, General

Protective Services

Criminal Justice/Safety Studies

Psychology

Clinical Psychology

Counseling Psychology

Educational Psychology

Psychology, General

School Psychology

Social Psychology

Public Administration and Services

Public Administration

Public Administration and Social Service Professions, Other

Social Work

Science Technologies

Biology Technician/Biotechnology Laboratory Technician

Chemical Technology/Technician

Social Sciences and History

Anthropology

Archeology

Economics, General

Geography

Political Science and Government, General

Social Sciences, General

Sociology

Visual and Performing Arts

Art/Art Studies, General

Dance, General

Drama and Dramatics/Theatre Arts, General

Fine Arts and Art Studies, Other

Music, General

Music, Other

Bethel College

Campus: Mishawaka

Affiliation: Missionary Church Inc

Highest degree offered: Masters

Athletics: Member of the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics

(NAIA)

Undergraduate Enrollment

Total: 1,812

Men: 35.3%

Women: 64.7%

Minorities: 293

Costs

In-state tuition (undergrad): $15,950

Out-of-state tuition (undergrad): $15,950

In-state per-credit charge (grad): $330

Out-of-state per-credit charge (grad): $330

Other fees: $600

Campus housing: $2,730

Percent receiving financial aid: 86%

Application fee: $25

Other Admission Information

SAT Verbal scores for applicants to this school generally fall between 480 and 600.

SAT Math scores for applicants to this school generally fall between 480 and 590.

ACT Verbal scores for applicants to this school generally fall between 19 and 23.

ACT Math scores for applicants to this school generally fall between 17 and 27.

Applications received: 716

Applications accepted: 529

Acceptance rate: 74%

Freshman retention rate: 81%

Contact Information

Bethel College

Mishawaka

Admissions phone: 574/257-3339

Web site: www.bethelcollege.edu

Programs of Study

Biological Sciences/Life Sciences

Biological and Biomedical Sciences, Other

Biology/Biological Sciences, General

Environmental Biology

Business Management and Administrative Services

Accounting

Business Administration and Management, General

Business/Commerce, General

Business/Corporate Communications

Human Resources Management and Services, Other

Human Resources Management/Personnel Administration, General

Office Management...

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