Gainful Employment Programs

For an educational program to be eligible for Title IV federal financial aid, it must lead to a degree or lead to gainful employment. Beginning July 1, 2011, the US Department of Education began requiring colleges to disclose a variety of information for any financial aid eligible program that "prepares students for gainful employment in a recognized occupation." Midlands Technical College's gainful employment programs are listed below.

Advanced Computer Systems
Advanced Manufacturing Automation
Alternate Energy Technology Principles
Application Programming
Architectural Systems and Codes
Basic Computer Maintenance
Basic Electronics Certificate
Carpentry Qualified Framer
Chemical Technology
Construction Engineering Technology Certificate
Criminal Justice
Customer Service Certificate
Database Development
Digital Systems Certificate
Electronic Publishing
Engineering Science
Enterprise
Environmental and Economic Design
Geographic Information Systems Technology
Geomatics Certificate
Gerontology
Help Desk
Infant/Toddler
Information Systems Networking
LAN Network Systems
Legal Administrative Assistant Certificate
Low Impact Land Development
Machine Tool
Mechanical Process Technology
Mechanical Technology Fundamentals
Nuclear Medicine Technology
Routing and Networking Configuration
Structural Technology Certificate
Telecommunications Electronics Certificate
Web Design and Maintenance

Fast Fact

89.4% of MTC graduates are employed or continuing their education within six months of graduation.

Fast Fact

97% of employers surveyed rated MTC graduates as good or excellent workers.

How much can you save?

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MTC can save you

7,866

In your first year*

* Total tuition and fees (most current data available as of August 2017). Source: U.S. News & World Report Best Colleges rankings and "IPEDS Student Financial Aid Component Overview Public Academic Reporters."