Generally, in order to be eligible for funding under the HEA Title IV student assistance programs, an educational program must lead to a degree or it must prepare students for “gainful employment in a recognized occupation.” With very few exceptions, all educational programs offered at for-profit institutions must lead to gainful employment in a recognized occupation. Below are the educational programs designed for “gainful employment in a recognized occupation.”
3-D Design
Administration of Justice - Law Enforcement Option
Administration of Justice - Corrections Option
Advanced EMT
Air Conditioning and Refrigeration
Building Construction: Electrical
Chemical Process Operator
Childhood Development - Early
Child Development - Infant & Toddler Option
Child Development - Pre-School Option
Clinical Research Coordinator
Clerical Assistant
Computer Software Specialist - Mobile App Development
Corrections Management and Supervision
EMT – Paramedic
EMT- Intermediate
Energy Technology - Electrical Emphasis
Energy Technology - HVAC Emphasis
Funeral Services Assistant
Geographical Information Systems
Health Sciences
Help Desk Support
Industrial Maintenance
Information Technology Readiness
Law Enforcement Management and Supervision
Legal Office Assisting
Machinery Maintenance
Medical Office Coding & Procedures
Medical Receptionist & Transciptionist
Medical Records Technician
Nursing Assistant
Old Time Music
Pharmacy Tech
Practical Nursing
Real Estate
Small Business Management
Software Development I
Software Development II
Sports Medicine Assistant
Water Plant Operator
Wastewater Plant Operator
Welding Operator