At Waldorf College, students have the option to graduate with a bachelor’s degree in four years or the option to take fewer courses per term, extending their timeframe for completing the program. Waldorf’s on-time graduation rate is the percentage of bachelor’s degree graduates who completed their programs within four years.
The U.S. Department of Education has advised Waldorf that the Gainful Employment regulation applies only to Waldorf’s academic programs that were first offered on or after 1/01/09. Those programs are listed below. Waldorf also offers a full slate of other quality academic programs that are not covered by the regulation.
* This academic program is relatively new and, as a result, there were fewer than 10 graduates this year from this program. For privacy reasons, Waldorf does not disclose on-time completion or median debt amounts for programs with less than 10 graduates.
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Degree Cost Calculation:
Tuition, fees, and room/board were calculated by multiplying the 2013-14 annual rates by four years, the typical completion time for Waldorf's bachelor's degree programs. Costs for room and board apply only to residential programs. Costs may vary due a variety of factors, such as the number of credits the student takes each semester or term.
Textbook and supply costs were compiled for each academic program using the 2012-13 rates. Costs for textbooks and supplies may vary due to a variety of factors, such as cost fluctuations and student selection of course electives. Currently textbooks are provided free-of-charge to students enrolled in Waldorf's online degree programs through a Textbook Grant program.
Transportation and personal expenses listed for residential programs reflect the estimates provided by the Iowa College Student Aid Commission, multiplied by four years. For online programs, transportation costs reflect the average expenses for one residency course, multiplied by four, as four is the maximum number of residency courses that would be required. For online programs, personal expenses are listed at zero, as students may continue to live at home and work for the duration of the online degree program. Transportation and personal expenses are estimates and may vary.
In addition to grants and scholarship aid for which they are eligible, some graduates use loans to finance their education. The median debt for Waldorf graduates is listed in the table below for programs covered by the Gainful Employment regulation.
Here are the U.S. Department of Labor’s Standard Occupational Classification (SOC) Codes for the occupations that academic programs prepare students to enter. We’ve also included links to occupational profiles on the U.S. Department of Labor’s O*Net Web Site.
Criminal Justice Administration
Fire Science Administration
The Classification of Instructional Programs (CIP) Code is 43.0107 – Criminal Justice/Police Science.
Police Officer, Patrolman, Patrol Officer, Police Sergeant, State Trooper, Police Patrol Officer, Public Safety Officer, Law Enforcement Officer, Alcohol Law Enforcement Agent, Officer;
The Classification of Instructional Programs (CIP) Code is 43.0202 – Fire Services Administration
The Classification of Instructional Programs (CIP) Code is 52.1101 – International Business/Trade/Commerce.
The Classification of Instructional Programs (CIP) Code is 52.1003 – Organizational Behavior Studies.
The Classification of Instructional Programs (CIP) Code is 31.0504 – Sport and Fitness Administration/Management.
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