California State Polytechnic University-Pomona is a public institution. The school delivers four-year bachelor's programs for undergraduate degree-seekers. After completing a bachelor's program, individuals can continue their education or enter the workforce. While completing a bachelor's program, learners fulfill general education and major requirements.
Graduates with a minor or concentration are often more competitive for specialized, high-paying roles in their field. Learners benefit from a student-to-faculty ratio of 28-to-1. Student organizations provide learners with professional development and networking opportunities.
Learners at the institution benefit from affordable tuition rates, which help minimize debt. The school charges in-state learners $5,742 per year and out-of-state students $17,622 per year. The school admits 55% of undergraduate applicants. The institution is accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges Senior Colleges and University Commission. Prospective applicants can contact the admissions department for information about financial aid opportunities.