Web Page Authoring Gainful Employment Disclosure

Federal regulations published in October 2010, require certain information about students who enrolled in educational (certificate) programs that lead to gainful employment in a recognized occupation (GE programs). 

  

Name:  Web Page Authoring 

Program CIP Code:  11.0801

Program Department of Labor Standard Occupational Code (SOC):  15-1134

Program Department of Labor Standard Occupational Code (SOC):  27-1014

Program Department of Labor Standard Occupational Code (SOC):  27-1024

  

O*Net Online    15-1099.04          Web Developers 

 

O*Net Online    27-1014.00          Multi-Media Artists and Animators 

  

O*Net Online    27-1024.00          Graphic Designers 

 

Program Level:   Certificate

Program Length:  24

Tuition and fees for the entire program:  $4,344

Books and supplies for entire program:  $1,500

 

Student Debt:   Information forthcoming

  

Median debt for graduates: 

·         From Title IV loans: $0.00

·         From other sources: none

Statement about median debt (if applicable)

 

Program Success: 

·         Percent of graduates that complete the program within expected time, as identified by the program length: NA

·         Program success notes (if applicable): For all schools, if the number of students who completed a GE Program during the award year was less than ten (10), for privacy reasons, the school should not disclose to the public the following information: Median debt amounts (Title IV debt, private educational loan debt, and debt from institutional financing) and On-time completion rate (program success).

  

Program Outcomes: 

·         Job Placement Rate:  NA

·         Job Placement  Rate as reported by: THEC Performance Funding, Coordinator of Career Services

 

Related Occupations: 

·         Workers in other occupations in the art and design field include: Artists and related workers, Commercial and industrial designers, Fashion designers, Floral designers, Interior designers

·         Other occupations that require computer-aided design skills include: Computer software engineers and computer programmers, Desktop publishers, Drafters

·         Other occupations involved in the design, layout, and copy of publications : Advertising, marketing, promotions, public relations, and sales managers, Authors, writers, and editors, Photographers, Prepress technicians and workers