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Office of Institutional Effectiveness and Planning - George Mason University



Gainful Employment Disclosures for Qualifying Certificate Programs

George Mason provides degree completion, median student loan amounts, and other important information of its certificate programs that qualify for Title IV Federal Financial Aid. In many cases, while the program is offered as a full-time program, the students enrolled in the program are attending on a part-time basis and/or simultaneously pursuing graduate degree programs. This affects the graduation rates and loan amounts because the criterion is based on full-time enrollment and loan amounts cannot be separated by degree program when pursued simultaneously.

The qualifying certificate programs are noted below. In order to access the federally mandated Gainful Employment Disclosure Template (GEDT), please click on the certificate program name.

Advanced Biomedical Sciences
Applied Behavior Analysis
Autism Spectrum Disorders
Business Analytics
College Teaching: Higher Education Pedagogy
Curriculum and Instruction: Secondary Education Licensure
Education Leadership
Foreign Language Licensure
Geospatial Intelligence
Health Informatics and Data Analytics
Higher Education Administration
Music Education for Pre-Kindergarten to 12th grade
Nutrition: Community Nutrition
School Psychology
Special Education: Adapted Curriculum Pre-Kindergarten to 12th grade
Special Education: Early Childhood Special Education
Special Education: Early Childhood Special Education
Special Education: General Curriculum Pre-Kindergarten to 12th grade
Teaching English as Second Language
Teaching Theater Pre-Kindergarten to 12th grade