At Bauder College, we strive to provide quality education in the design, health care, business, criminal justice, information technology, and legal fields. Our campus, located in Atlanta, Georgia, offers bachelor's and associate's degrees and certificate programs that integrate general education, professional skills, and career-focused training to help you achieve your personal and career goals.
The college is now under the ownership of Kaplan Higher Education, a division of Kaplan, Inc.
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Areas of Study
Students at Bauder College have the option to pursue degrees and diplomas in one of several categories: Allied health, business, criminal Justice, design, information technology, legal.
Areas of Study may vary by location.'Additional academy training may be required for law enforcement positions.'Certain positions may require additional training, licensing, or certification.
Proper documentation of completion of high school (or an acceptable substitute, such as a GED) is required for admission. Some students may need to take the college's admissions exam and receive an acceptable grade as determined by the college.
Also, financial arrangements for meeting tuition payments must be in place before attending the school. Qualified students are eligible for aid and the vast majority of students attending Bauder do in fact receive grants and/or loans.
The teaching staff at the college has the necessary educational and experiential background to deliver the participatory, hands-on education consistent with the school's mission.
The majority of the school's roughly 550 students report African-American background. Female students are more numerous than male students by about a 3-1 ratio, based on recent enrollment data that the school reported to the government.
The school's location in Atlanta affords students a multitude of extra-curricular opportunities, as well as a dynamic job market after program completion. The school is accessible by public transportation.
Source: Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) 2016-17, National Center for Education Statistics, http://nces.ed.gov/ipeds/
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