Gainful Employment Program Information


Gainful Employment programs include all programs at public and not-for-profit institutions that do not lead to a degree, that are not fully transferable to a bachelor's degree program or that are not considered to be basic skills or preparatory course work for enrollment in an eligible program.

Recognized Occupations are those identified by a federal Standard Occupational Classification (SOC) code established by the Office of Management and Budget, by an Occupational Network (O*NET-SOC) code established by the U.S. Department of Labor, or those determined by the U.S. Secretary of Education in consultation with the U.S. Secretary of Labor.


Accounting Clerk

Administrative Office Assistant

Administrative Office Professional

Agriculture Equipment Operations

Agriculture - Horticulture Irrigation

Agriculture - Horticulture & Landscaping

Agriculture - Landscape & Turf Management

Agriculture - Natural Resources

Agriculture - Pest Control Advisor Preparation

Agriculture - Retail Nursery Sales

Agriculture - Sustainable Practices

Applied Geographic Information Systems

Automotive Technology

Business Administration - Business Entrepreneurship

Business Retailing

CISCO Networking

Clinical Nursing Assistant / Home Health Aide

Computer and Information Systems - Network Administration

Computer Maintenance

Construction Technology

Diesel Technology

Dietary Service Supervisor

Digital Art and Design

Early Childhood Education

Early Childhood Education-Family Child Care

Entrepreneurial Manufacturing

Firefighter I

Firefighter II

Hospitality Management - Culinary Arts Concentration

Hospitality - Winemaking and Marketing

Hotel / Restaurant Management

Industrial Automation and Manufacturing

Office Administration - Health Information Management

Vocational Nursing

Wastewater Treatment


Web Design