Baltimore International College

Founded in 1972, Baltimore International College (BIC) is an independent, not for-profit college accredited by the Commission on Higher Education of the Middle States Association, approved by the Maryland Higher Education Commission, and programmatically accredited by the American Culinary Federation. Baltimore International College's Baltimore, Maryland campus is located just two blocks from the world famous Inner Harbor and offers easy access to many of the area's major attractions such as cultural and entertainment events, a broad array of restaurants, hundreds of parks and greenways, and miles of waterfront for those who enjoy outdoor activities. The Baltimore campus is highlighted by the College's Culinary Arts Center (CAC). The CAC offers eight culinary laboratories that feature state of the art commercial foodservice equipment. BIC operates the Merchant Building, which is home to The Bay Atlantic Club restaurant; the Hopkins Inn; and the Mount Vernon Hotel, which is home to The Bay Atlantic Café and Dublin Hall. Baltimore International College's 100-acre campus in County Cavan, Ireland, is a world-renowned resort with a golf course, the Park Hotel, and 15 miles of walking paths and gardens situated on Lough Ramor. It is also home to educational facilities and student housing where all degree students attend for at least 5 weeks of practical training. Baltimore International College faculty members and frequent guest instructors include chefs and academic instructors that are regionally, nationally and/or internationally recognized as leaders in the culinary and hospitality fields.

17 Commerce Street, Commerce Exchange, Baltimore, MD 21202
410-752-4710 x120

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Type of Institution: Independent 4-year

Fall 2008 Total Enrollment: 500
Male: 253    Female: 247
Full-time: 467    Part-time: 33

2009-2010 Tuition and Mandatory Fees for Maryland Residents:
Full-time Tuition per year: $17,930
Part-time Tuition cost per credit hour: $532
Mandatory fees (FT): $9,202
Mandatory fees (PT): $258

Campus Housing:
Room: $5,250 - $11,908
Board: $2,648 - $3,704

Degrees or Awards: Certificates, Associate's, Bachelor's, and Masters Degrees

Calendar: Spring, Summer, and Fall semesters

Entry Requirements: Incoming freshmen applying to the certificate and/or degree programs must have earned a high school diploma or GED. All candidates must also meet one of the following criteria: SAT, ACT or CLEP test scores that meet the college’s accepted score range; a passing score on the college’s placement test; an earned secondary degree; or 16 credit hours at the postsecondary level with a grade of C or better in math and English.

Application Deadlines: Rolling Admissions

Title IV Code: 016376