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Eastern Florida State College Gainful Employment Programs

Gainful Employment (GE) Program information that EFSC is required to provide includes tuition and fees, the cost of books and materials, the amount of time to complete the program, graduation information, job placements, and the median loan debt accumulated by students completing the program. Federal regulations published in the Federal Register on October 31, 2014 and a correction published on December 4, 2014 [79 FR 64890 and 79 FR 71957] by the U.S. Department of Education require postsecondary institutions that participate in the student financial assistance programs authorized under Title IV of the Higher Education Act of 1965 (HEA), as amended, to disclose to prospective students certain information about the institution’s programs that lead to gainful employment.

Specific Program Gainful Employment Information

Accounting Technology Management

Accounting Technology Operations

Aerospace Technician

Aging Services

Air Conditioning, Refrigeration and Heating Technology (HVAC)

Alternative Energy Systems Specialist

Applied Technology Specialist

Aviation Airframe Mechanics

Aviation Powerplant Mechanics

Broadcast Production

Business Development and Entrepreneurship

Business Management

Business Operations

Central Sterile Processing Technologist

Child Development Early Intervention

Community Health Worker

Composite Fabrication

Computed Tomography

Computer Programming

Cosmetology

Crime Scene Technician

Criminal Justice Technology Specialist

Dental Assisting

Domestic Violence Services

Drafting

Engineering Technology Support Specialist

Entrepreneurship Operations

Geographic Information Systems

Graphic Design Production

Help Desk Specialist

Human Resources Administrator

Interactive Media Production

Intermodal Freight Transportation

IP (Internet Protocol) Communications

Law Enforcement Officer

Magnetic Resonance Imaging

Medical Assistant

Medical Information Coder/Biller

Medical Office Management

Network Infrastructure

Network Security

Network Security Forensics

Network Server Administration

Network Support Technician

Network Virtualization

Office Management

Office Specialist

Paramedic

Pharmacy Technician

Photography

Practical Nursing

Scientific Workplace Preparation

Structural Assembly Technician

Web Development Specialist

Welding Technology

Financial Aid Eligible Certificate Programs that are no longer accepting new students:

Automotive Service Technology

Culinary Operations  Note: EFSC now offers the Culinary Management Associate in Science Degree