Make informed career decisions
The following information is intended to afford the opportunity for students to make fully informed decisions regarding career choices and the institution they elect to attend. The data is based on program information as reported on the 2015-2016 annual report.
School of Career Education accrediting agency, Council on Occupational Education and Federal regulations stipulates that Title IV eligible and non-Title IV programs must disclose:
- Program Cost (tuition, books, and supplies)
- Completion Rate
- Placement Rate
- Job Placement Rate
- Median loan debt (Title IV or private loans)
2015-2016 Comprehensive Programs Completion, Placement, and Licensure Totals
|Dental Assistant/RDA Eligible||Indio||80%||100%||93%|
|Medical Clinical Administrative Professional||Indio||65%||100%||100%||94%|
|Medical Office Professional||Indio||100%||60%||Not Applicable||60%|
|Alessandro||Not Applicable||Not Applicable||Not Applicable|
|Nursing Services & Support Occupations||Indio||78%||86%||100%||80.5%|
|Administrative Office Professional||Indio||100%||60%||Not Applicable||46%|
|Pharmacy Technician||Indio||Not Applicable||Not Applicable||Not Applicable||55%|
Placement and Completion Rate Methodology
School of Career Education arrived at the numbers above by dividing the total numbers of enrolled students by the number of graduates.
School of Career Education arrived at the numbers above by dividing the number of students who received employment in their industry by the number of graduates.
This number is an average data for both campuses. School of Career Education arrived at the number above by adding both placement numbers together and dividing that number by two.
School of Career Education participates in TItle IV Pell Grant only. Our students do not have Title IV or private loan debt.