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Wheaton College is located in Illinois, Springfield.
It is ranked as #56 in Best Liberal Arts College.
It is a private University.
Wheaton College offers following types of degrees and certificate programs:
- Bachelor's degree
- Postbaccalaureate certificate
- Master's degree
- Doctor's degree in research
- Doctor's degree for professional practice
Acceptance rate at Wheaton College for undergraduate program was 82.65%.
Last year, 1850 students applied for undergraduate program and 1529 got accepted.
Acceptance rate of 82.65% makes it not so competitive to get admission.
543 enrolled in graduate programs, which includes on campus and online Master's programs.
50 are reported as enrolled exclusively in distance education and 5 are enrolled in at least one distance education course, but not all distance education.
Wheaton College had 2473 students enrolled in undergraduate programs.
7 students were enrolled in top 3 Masters degree programs.
Wheaton College offers 12 graduate programs specialization.
Wheaton College does not have an open admission policy. It’s admission process is relatively easy.The group was started by Dr. Karen Jobes (Emeritus) and is led today by Dr. Jennifer Powell McNutt.
Wheaton College has been ranked 56.
Acceptance Rate: 82.65%
Tuition for Graduate Programs: $20,400
Under Graduate Program Tuition: $36,420
Average Amount of Financial Aid Awarded: $16,885
Average Amount of Institutional Aid Awarded: $17,643
Wheaton College most popular Master's Degree programs with respect to student count are
|Clinical Psychology : 34|
|Theology and Theological Studies : 29|
|Teaching English as a Second or Foreign Language, ESL Language Instructor : 27|
|Clinical Psychology : 15|
|Marriage and Family Therapy and Counseling : 8|
Wheaton College most popular under graduate programs with respect to student count are
|Psychology : 39|
|English Language and Literature : 33|
|Biology and Biological Sciences : 32|
|Elementary Education and Teaching : 30|
|Economics : 27|