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Gainful Employment Information

Under the terms of the Federal Gainful Employment Act, this information is provided for Oakton certificate programs that prepare students for employment in a recognized occupation.

The goal is to provide prospective students with the full cost to complete a given certificate program, the graduation rate based on full-time attendance, and occupational information for that field.

Data for programs that have fewer than 10 graduates or student loan borrowers is not provided, as allowed by law, in order to protect individual identity. 

Gainful Employment information is available for the following certificate(s):

Accounting
Accounting Associate
Bookkeeping
Professional Accounting – CPA Preparation
Income Tax Preparation


Air Conditioning, Heating & Refrigeration

Commercial Buildings Energy Systems
Residential Comfort Control
Residential Comfort Systems Installer
Stationary Engineer License Preparation


Automotive
Automotive Technology – Apprenticeship
Automotive Technology Powertrain


Business
Applied Business


Computer Applications for Business

Administrative Assistant
Creative Software Master
Executive Support Specialist
Office Assistant


Computer Information Systems
Advanced Web Site Development
Computer Programmer
Computer Technology
Computer User

Management of Information Systems – MIS

PC Support Specialist

Web Site Developer
Web Site Support & Maintenance


Computer Networking & Systems Certificates

CISCO Certified Network Associate
Network Security Administrator
Windows Server Administration
Windows Certified Enterprise Administrator
Windows Support Technician


Early Childhood

Advanced Early Childhood Education
Advanced Infant Toddler
Basic Early Childhood Education
Basic Infant Toddler
Early Childhood Education Administration


Electronics & Computer Technology

Electronics Computer Technician
Electronics Technology


Facilities Management & Engineering
Facilities Management
Facilities Energy Systems Technology


Fire Science Technology
Emergency Medical Technician - Paramedic
Fire Science Technology


Graphic Design

Animation & Multimedia
Photography
Web Graphic Page Design


Health Information Technology

Medical Coding and Billing


Human Services

Human Services


Law Enforcement

Law Enforcement


Management & Supervision
Business Security Management
Human Resource Specialist
Organization Management


Manufacturing Technology
Manufacturing Technology
Mechatronics Technology

Mechanical Design
General Design
Mechanical Design/CAD


Marketing

Marketing Communications
Marketing Management


Nanotechnology

Nanotechnology Certificate


Paralegal

Paralegal Studies


Substance Abuse Counseling
Preparatory Substance Abuse Counseling
Advanced Substance Abuse Counseling


Technical Communications
Technical Communications


DISCONTINUED CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS

Paraprofessional Educator Certificate

Student Profile

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Judy Cabael had more to worry about in high school than finding the right Prom dress – and that experience molded who she’s become.

 

IMPORTANT DATES


April 6
Registration opens for fall 2016 semester.

May 12, 13
Evaluation Days.

May 13
Last day of student attendance.

May 16
First summer 2016 interim classes begin.

May 16
Grading Day
Faculty on campus and available to students at designated times.

May 17
Faculty grading due.

May 17
Commencement.

May 30
Memorial Day holiday, College closed.

June 6
Summer 2016 eight-week session classes begin.

Full Academic Calendar