Biola a National Leader in Theology Degrees for Minority Students

University ranks first in Asian American graduates, second in total minority graduates

Aug. 16, 2011 By Jenna Bartlo

Biola University is one of the nation’s leaders in awarding theology degrees to undergraduate minority students, according to the latest national rankings released by Diverse: Issues in Higher Education.

In the magazine’s “Top 100 Degree Producers” list for 2011, Biola is ranked No. 1 nationwide in the number of undergraduate degrees in “theology and religious vocations” awarded to Asian American students. The university is also ranked near the top in the theology category for total minority students, Native American students and Hispanic students.

The magazine’s rankings, which are based on reports from the U.S. Department of Education, can be found at http://diverseeducation.com/top100.

Biola’s complete national rankings in theology are as follows:

·      No. 1 in the number of Asian American students who earned undergraduate degrees in theology and religious vocations;

·      No. 2 in the number of total minority students who earned undergraduate degrees in theology and religious vocations;

·      No. 3 in the number of native American students who earned undergraduate degrees in theology and religious vocations;

·      No. 6 in the number of Hispanic students who earned undergraduate degrees in theology and religious vocations.

 

Written by Jenna Bartlo, Media Relations Coordinator. Jenna can be reached at 562.777.4061 or through email at jenna.l.bartlo@biola.edu.

Comments

  • bilandi alphany rachi Aug. 27, 2011 at 5:20 AM

    i' m congolaise and i m very gung ho about God matters .I' m also lookin' for student financial aid in theology . hoping to hear from you soon may God bless american

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