Career Employment Information for Certificate Programs
Eastern Wyoming College certificate programs are designed to lead to either employment or credit toward an Associate of Applied Science Degree. U.S. Department of Education regulations published in the Federal Register on October 29, 2010 require institutions to report specific information to prospective and enrolled students in Title IV-eligible education programs that lead to gainful employment in a recognized occupation (GE programs).
EWC has identified the certificate programs listed below as meeting the requirement for GE programs and as eligible for Title IV aid.* Although the Department of Education is still in the process of providing parameters for the regulatory disclosures of the GE programs, EWC has provided information on each certificate to help current and future students make informed decisions regarding their educational goals. Click on certificate program links for occupational information, estimated program cost, normal time for program completion, median debt at completion, and job placement rate for completers, if available. Please note that for privacy reasons, debt information is not disclosed for programs with fewer than 10 completers in the given academic year.
Barbering Technician Certificate
Farm and Ranch Management – Beef Production Certificate
Cosmetology: Skin Technician Certificate
Cosmetology: Hair Technician Certificate
Criminal Justice: Corrections Certificate
Early Childhood Development: Child Development Certificate
Veterinary Aide Certificate
Welding and Joining Technology Certificate
Welding and Joining Technology: Machine Tool Technology Certificate
*The following certificate programs are not eligible for federal financial aid:
Computer Applications Certificate
Cosmetology–Nail Technician Certificate
English as a Second/Foreign Language Teaching Certificate
Welding and Joining Technology: Plate Welding Certificate
Note: Students’ personal information will not be disclosed. Please check back for updates.