Gainful Employment Program Information

Disclosure:

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.

Programs:

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

Watershed

Web Design

Welding