Brooklyn, NY

Center for Allied Health Education

https://www.cahe.edu/ ⟶

Graduation Rate
N/A
Tuition (In-State)
$59,425
Acceptance Rate
28%
Enrollment
393
Center for Allied Health Education is dedicated to providing superior training and education that will enable healthcare professionals to meet the needs of society. Healthcare professionals trained at the Center will: • incorporate theoretical and clinical knowledge into allied health practices; • contribute to the advancement of the allied health professions; • think critically when dealing with healthcare problems; • be lifelong learners with the ability to adapt to changes and developments in their profession in order to meet • changing community needs, as well as to advance in their own careers; • practice their professions with empathy and compassion; and • demonstrate high levels of administrative skill, honesty and integrity. Each of the Center’s programs has a mission that defines its purpose and reflects market needs as well as the student body it intends to serve. Each program’s mission statement is supported by specific goals and objectives that enable the Center to assess its overall educational effectiveness.

Costs and Financial Aid

$61,275
Tuition
$59,425
Room and Board
N/A
Books and Supplies
$1,850
Other Expenses
N/A

Gross Annual Cost

Estimated Annual Cost

Data not available
$61,275
Gross Annual Cost
Out of pocket:
$0
Estimated Annual Cost
Estimated annual cost generated from the Department of Education. Actual costs may vary based on individual circumstances.
$61,275
Tuition
$59,425
Room and Board
N/A
Books and Supplies
$1,850
Other Expenses
N/A

Gross Annual Cost

Estimated Annual Cost

Data not available
$61,275
Gross Annual Cost
Out of pocket:
$0
Estimated Annual Cost
Actual costs may vary based on individual circumstances.
$61,275
Tuition
$59,425
Room and Board
N/A
Books and Supplies
$1,850
Other Expenses
N/A

Gross Annual Cost

Estimated Annual Cost

Data not available
$61,275
Gross Annual Cost
Out of pocket:
$0
Estimated Annual Cost
Actual costs may vary based on individual circumstances.
Federal Grants
6%
$6,995
State/Local Grants
0%
$0
Institutional Grants
0%
$0
Loans
13%
$26,166

Percent Receiving Aid and Average Aid Amount

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Acceptance Rate and Test Scores

28%

Acceptance Rate

Data not available

Applicants Submitting Test Scores

Data not available
0-0
SAT
Verbal
0-0
SAT
Math
0-0
ACT
Composite

Typical Test Scores of Admitted Students

Diversity and Demographics

393
Students
100% Undergrad
0% Graduate

Degree Type

100% Full-time
0% Part-time

Full-time vs Part-time Status

393
Undergrad
Students
74% Female
26% Male

Gender Ratio

American Indian or Alaskan Native
0%
Asian or Pacific Islander
14%
Black
16%
Hispanic
16%
White
50%
Unknown
0%
Non-resident
0%

Race and Ethnicity of Undergrad Students

Graduation Rate and Most Popular Majors

Data not available
%
4 years

Graduation Rate

Data not available
Liberal Arts
---
Research and Experimental Psychology, Other
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Computer Engineering, General
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Accounting
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Political Science and Government, General
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Most Popular Majors and Number of Graduates

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