Certificates that meet Gainful Employment criteria

Federal Gainful Employment regulations require institutions to report data to the U.S. Department of Education and disclose information to current and prospective students regarding educational certificate programs.

The information provided includes:
 
  • Names of the jobs that the certificate program prepare students to enter.
  • Amount of tuition and fees associated with the certificate program for completion within the standard timeframe.
  • The on-time graduation rate for students completing the certificate program.
  • The placement rate for students who complete the certificate program.
  • The median loan debt incurred by students who completed the certificate program. 

For each certificate program listed below, Gainful Employment data is available in the "Benefits" section of program information on this website.

Certificates that meet Gainful Employment criteria:

Accounting Certificate
Addiction Studies Certificate
Advanced Surveying Certificate
Automotive Service Technician Certificate
Aviation Mechanics Airframe Certificate
Aviation Mechanics Powerplant Certificate
Avionics Certificate
Biotechnology/Bioscience Certificate
Bookkeeping Certificate
Coding Certificate
Computer Applications Certificate
Deaf Studies Certificate
Dietary Manager Certificate
Emergency Medical Technician, Paramedic Certificate
Entrepreneurship Certificate
Fire Service Certificate
Human Resource Management Certificate (not admitting new students)
Human Services Certificate
Landscape Design Certificate
Medical Assisting Certificate
Paralegal Certificate
Personal Chef Certificate (not admitting new students)
Practical Nursing Certificate
Real Estate Certificate
Sustainable Agriculture Management Certificate
Tax Practitioner Certificate
Virtual Assistant Certificate
Welding Certificate
 
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