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Gainful Employment

The federal government recently passed legislation that explicitly requires educational programs, which receive funding under Title IV: Federal Student Aid Grants, Federal Student Aid Loans, and Federal Student Aid Work-study, to comply with Gainful Employment (GE) rules. Gainful employment programs at public institutions include non-degree programs, such as certificate programs that are not part of a degree. The College of Education Post-baccalaureate certificate programs in Secondary Education (PBCSE) and Special Education (PBC-SPED) qualify as GE programs. Click on the links below to read the disclosures associated with the GE rule for PBCSE and PBC-SPED:

Post Baccalaureate Certification in Secondary Education (PBCSE)

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Post Baccalaureate Certification in Special Education (PBC-SPED)

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