Beal College Catalog
Download and read through our 2018-19 College Catalog to learn more about our exciting Degree, Certificate, and Diploma programs!
Annual Security Report
Colleges and universities that participate in Federal Student Financial Assistance programs must publish an Annual Security Report each year. Read Beal College’s Annual Security Report.
Net Price Calculator
The Net Price Calculator is a tool designed to help you make early estimates regarding your eligibility for need-based financial aid at Beal College. Based on the information you enter about your family financial situation you will be presented with a sample award with the following caveats:
- Results are dependent on the accuracy and completeness of the information entered and intended to provide only a general guide to your eligibility for financial aid
- Any award is not guaranteed by Beal College and is meant to be an indication of the aid you may be eligible to receive. Beal College’s Financial Aid Office is the final authority for determining the family contribution and any financial aid award
- This is not an application for financial aid. Your information will not be retained or transmitted to Beal College in any way
Medical Assisting Educational Review Board
2018 Annual Report for Beal College
- Medical Assisting program at Beal College has a CMA (AAMA) Exam pass rate of 91.43% (2016).
Beal College (“Beal”) is committed to providing accommodation services to students with disabilities consistent with the law.
Accommodation Services are managed by each BEAL school’s Disability Services Coordinator, the Accommodation Services Offices at each BEAL school, and by BEAL’s Compliance Officer, whose contact information is listed at the end of this Handbook. The purpose of our Accommodation Services is to provide assistance to students with diagnosed disabilities to maximize their academic potential, and to minimize various physical and attitudinal barriers. BEAL has created this Accommodation Services Handbook to address common questions regarding the services available to students with disabilities that limit a major life activity and to explain in detail the procedures necessary to secure them. It is our goal that all students are given the opportunity to succeed.
The student should note that BEAL is not required to modify, waive, or make substitutions for coursework or other requirements that would fundamentally alter or compromise the integrity of an academic program. The Disability Services Coordinator at your campus will gladly discuss your disability with you, and offer advice on how to ensure that your needs are met. Following is a summary of services and accommodations that are available to our students with disabilities and the policies that students must comply with in order to obtain these services. If you have a question not addressed in this Handbook, please contact your campus Disability Services Coordinator.
Method for Calculating Placement
Beal College uses the employment rate calculation of its accreditor, the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (ACCSC), to determine placement rates in all programs. The ACCSC uses the following formula to determine the placement rate for graduates: Graduates Employed in Field divided by Graduates Available for Employment.
Graduates are considered placed if they are employed in a paid position directly related to the program from which the individual graduated, and aligned with the majority of the educational and training objectives of the program. Being employed in your field of study is also called gainful employment. The employment must be for a reasonable period of time and considered sustainable (e.g., not a single day of employment). Employment is verified in one of three categories: regular employment, self-employment or career advancement.
Current Placement & Graduation Rates
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