Gainful Employment Programs
In order to be eligible for funding under the Title IV programs (Pell & Student Loans), an educational program must lead to a degree (associate degree) or prepare students for “gainful employment in a recognized occupation.” Below is a list of programs offered at UACCM that are considered to be “gainful employment” programs as well as gainful employment graduation rates and other information.
|CIP Code||Program||Level||On-Time Graduation Rate||*Tuition and Fees||*Typical Cost of Books and Supplies||Median Loan Debt|
|47.0201||Air Conditioning, Heating, and Refrigeration Technology||Technical Certificate||0/7||4,260||$2,600||0|
|47.0604||Automotive Service Technology||Technical Certificate||4/7||4,084||$2,400||0|
|47.0603||Collision Repair and Refinishing Technology||Technical Certificate||1/4||4,680||$2,640||0|
|15.1202||Computer Information Systems Technology||Technical Certificate||1/7||4,230||$2,600||7,153|
|19.0706||Early Childhood Development||Technical Certificate||0/5||4,880||$2,600||0|
|15.0903||Petroleum Technology||Technical Certificate||0/9||4,762||$2,916||1,500|
|15.1613||Practical Nursing||Technical Certificate||18/18||6,987||$3,466||7,049|
|48.0508||Welder/Welding Technologist||Technical Certificate||7/12||5,642||$2,600||0|
*Tuition and fees are based on current data; amounts can differ based on course selection requiring additional fees. Books are based on new book prices.