Gainful Employment

Gainful employment provides students and consumers with the information they need to make good education choices. Providing an eligible program of training to prepare students for gainful employment in a recognized occupation is one of the criteria an institution must meet to qualify to award federal financial aid in postsecondary vocational education.

Gainful employment information such as program costs, placement rates, graduation rates, and median loan debt are provided for the certificate programs Dakota College at Bottineau offers.

Thumbnail Title Date Posted Size
PDF file icon Advertising and Marketing.pdf 6/12/19 84.40 KB
PDF file icon Aquaponics.pdf 6/12/19 82.47 KB
PDF file icon Bookkeeping.pdf 6/12/19 81.47 KB
PDF file icon Child Development Associate.pdf 6/12/19 84.33 KB
PDF file icon Greenhouse Technology.pdf 6/12/19 80.13 KB
PDF file icon HLC Statement of Affiliation Status & Organizational Profile-12.16.09.pdf 6/13/19 1,316.23 KB
PDF file icon IT Web Design.pdf 6/12/19 80.50 KB
PDF file icon Land Management.pdf 6/12/19 40.74 KB
PDF file icon Landscape Design & Maint.pdf 6/12/19 82.22 KB
PDF file icon Medical Assistant.pdf 6/12/19 81.49 KB
PDF file icon Medical Coding.pdf 6/12/19 84.53 KB
PDF file icon Paramedic Technology.pdf 6/26/19 498.22 KB
PDF file icon Paraprofessional Educator.pdf 6/12/19 80.89 KB
PDF file icon Photography.pdf 6/12/19 80.55 KB
PDF file icon Practical Nursing.pdf 6/12/19 78.52 KB
PDF file icon Reception Services.pdf 6/12/19 80.75 KB
PDF file icon Sustainable Vegetable Production.pdf 6/12/19 78.13 KB
PDF file icon Urban Forestry Management.pdf 6/12/19 80.74 KB
PDF file icon Vector Posting.pdf 9/2/20 86.50 KB

Placement Calculation Process

To calculate placement rate all students that have graduated from Dakota College at Bottineau from the prior academic year in programs with required calculation rates are contacted. Graduates are considered successful if they are employed in a job that is pertinent to the area they graduated or are continuing their education. Graduates are considered unsuccessfully placedĀ if they are unemployed or employed in a job that is unrelated to the area they graduated.