The mission of Beulah Heights University is to develop relevant Christian leaders for ministry and marketplace.
Spiritual maturity leading to a committed personal walk with the Lord Jesus Christ.
Relational maturity leading to a priority commitment to relationships as an extension of the indwelling of the Godhead.
Educational maturity leading to a commitment of constantly expanding on university-based education.
Beulah Heights University is committed to developing global leaders for ministry and marketplace through Christ-centered education focused on granting undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral degrees. A degree-granting institution's primary function is assessing students' ability to demonstrate particular outcomes. BHU has identified three levels of learning assessment; institutional, programmatic, and student. Each department team assessed the summative assignments using a rubric specific to the corresponding learning outcome. Rubrics are straightforward and help to determine students' competency and overall progress within their program of study. Rubric scales vary based on the program of study and provide a quantitative assessment. The assessment team produces a qualitative report that contains recommendations for improvement.
Graduation rate is the percentage of a school’s first-time, first-year undergraduate students who complete their program within 150% of the published time for the program. For example, for a four-year degree program, entering students who complete within six years are counted as graduates (www.fafsa.ed.gov).
Retention rate is the percentage of a school’s first-time, first-year undergraduate students who continue at that school the next year. For example, a student who studies full-time in the fall semester and keeps on studying in the program in the next fall semester is counted in this rate (www.fafsa.ed.gov).
Employment Rates for Graduates of Professional Programs: Beulah Heights University does not offer Professional Degree programs at this time.
Course Completion Rate
*Data reflects the percentage of students who passed the course.