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Gainful Employment Disclosure for Business

Waldorf College OPE ID: 001895

What can you do with a bachelor’s degree in Business?

Here are the U.S. Department of Labor’s Standard Occupational Classification (SOC) Codes for the occupations that this major prepares students to enter. We’ve also included links to occupational profiles on the U.S. Department of Labor’s O*Net Web Site. For Business, the Credential Code is 03. The Classification of Instructional Programs (CIP) Code is 52.0101– Business/Commerce, General.

SOC Code
Occupations and Links to Occupational Profiles on the O*Net Website
11-1011.0 Chief Executives: Chief Executive Officer (CEO), President, Chief Financial Officer (CFO), Vice President, Chief Operating Officer (COO), Executive Director, Executive Vice President (EVP), Finance Vice President, General Manager, Operations Vice President;
11-1011.03 Chief Sustainability Officers:
11-1021.00 General and Operations Managers: Operations Manager, General Manager (GM), Director of Operations, Plant Manager, Store Manager, Facilities Manager, Plant Superintendent, Vice President of Operations, Warehouse Manager, Chief Operating Officer (COO);
11-2022.00 Sales Managers: Sales Manager, Vice President of Sales, Director of Sales, District Sales Manager, Regional Sales Manager, Sales Supervisor, General Manager, Sales and Marketing Vice President, Sales Representative, Store Manager;
11-3011.00 Administrative Services Managers: Office Manager, Administrative Assistant, Administrative Coordinator, Administrative Officer, Administrative Manager, Administrative Specialist, Administrator, Business Administrator, Business Manager, Director of Operations;
11-3051.00 Industrial Production Managers: Production Manager, Production Superviser, Plant Manager, Manufacturing Manager, General Production Manager, Production Control Manager, Production Supervisor, Supervisor, Manufacturing Coordinator, Area Plant Manager;
11-3051.01 Quality Control Systems Managers:
11-3071.00 Transportation, Storage, and Distribution Managers:
11-9021.00 Construction Managers: Project Manager, Construction Manager, Construction Superintendent, Estimator, Concrete Foreman, Construction Area Manager, Construction Foreman, General Contractor, Job Superintendent, Project Superintendent;
11-9151.00 Social and Community Service Managers: Program Director, Social Services Director, Program Manager, Vocational Rehabilitation Administrator, Adoption Services Manager, Children's Service Supervisor, Clinical Services Director, Community Services Block Grant/Outreach Social Worker (CSBG/Outreach Social Worker), Director of Child Welfare Services, Director of Social Services;
11-9199.00 Managers, All Other:
13-1111.00 Management Analysts: Management Analyst, Business Analyst, Administrative Analyst, Employment Programs Analyst, Program Management Analyst, Quality Control Analyst;

After graduation from Waldorf College, Business majors have also found jobs as Assistant Managers, Account Executives, Tellers, Personal Bankers, Credit Analysts, Loan Processors, Financial Service Representatives, Customer Service Representatives and Marketing Coordinators.
Waldorf Business majors have also gone on to attend graduate school and law school.

What is the job placement rate for Waldorf Business graduates?

How many graduates found a job in their chosen field or continued their education (graduate school or a bachelor’s degree in another academic major) within seven months of graduation?

92% of those graduating April - July 2010

67% of those graduating December 2009

93% of those graduating April - July 2009

86% of those graduating December 2008

87% of those graduating April - July 2008

88% of those graduating December 2007

100% of those graduating April - July 2007

How long does it take to complete a bachelor’s degree in Business at Waldorf?

The normal timeframe for completing this program is four years. Our on-time graduation rate is based on program completion within four years.

Students may choose to take fewer courses per term, extending their timeframe for completing the program.

On-time graduation rate:

2006-07: 88%
2007-08: 72%
2008-09: 80%
2009-10: 77%
2010-11: 71%


How much does it cost to complete a bachelor’s degree in Business at Waldorf?

Program costs are calculated by taking this year’s tuition, fees and room and room & board charges, and multiplying them by the four years expected to complete the program. Textbook costs and course fee calculations are based upon the recommended curriculum listed in the course catalog, using the 2010-11 rates for used textbooks and course fees. Textbook prices and course fees are subject to change. For majors with multiple tracks, the specific tracks or endorsements used for the calculation are indicated. Textbook costs and course fees will vary with the selection of alternate tracks, Endorsements, or course electives. Transportation and personal expenses have been estimated by the Iowa College Student Aid Commission.

Tuition: $71,600

Fees: $3,904

Room & Board: $25,480

Books & Supplies: $3,757*

Transportation: $5,172

Personal Expenses: $6,912 

TOTAL: $116,825


How much do students borrow to complete a bachelor’s degree in Business at Waldorf?

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 Business graduates is:

Type of loan





Federal loans $14,079 $16,450 $16,238 $22,000
Private educational loans 0 0 0 0
Institution financing plan 0 0 0 0

*Management and Finance Banking tracks

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