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.”
Pharmacy Tech
Practical Nursing
Clerical Assistant
Advanced EMT
EMT – Paramedic
EMT- Intermediate
Phlebotomy
Clinical Research Coordinator
Funeral Services Assistant
Nursing Assistant
Health Sciences
Sports Medicine Assistant
Small Business Management
Real Estate
Medical Records Technician
Medical Receptionist & Transciptionist
Computer Software Specialist - Mobile App Development
Software Development I
Software Development II
Information Technology Readiness
Help Desk Support
Corrections Management and Supervision
Old Time Music
Law Enforcement Management and Supervision
Early Childhood Development
Child Development - Infant & Toddler Option
Child Development - Pre-School Option Geographical Information Systems
Water Plant Operator
Wastewater Plant Operator
Chemical Process Operator
Air Conditioning and Refrigeration
Construction
Welding
Welding Operator
Industrial Maintenance
Administration of Justice - Law Enforcement Option
Administration of Justice - Corrections Option
Medical Office Coding & Procedures
Legal Office Assisting
hBuilding Construction: Electrical
Electricity
3-D Design
Cybersecurity
Energy Technology - Electrical Emphasis
Energy Technology - HVAC Emphasis