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Gainful Employment Report

The U.S. Department of Education requires colleges to report performance measures for selected programs. Several programs at Barton that lead to certificates rather than two-year associate's degrees fall into this category. The chart below links students to career information about these programs, including average costs, median loan debt, completion rates and job placement rates. Additional contact information is provided at each link.

Name of the Certificate Program Credit Hours
Automotive Technology 24 credit hours
Automotive Technology 44 credit hours
Automotive Technology 52 credit hours
Child Development 25 credit hours
Dietary Manager 16 credit hours
Medical Coding 44 credit hours
Natural Gas Transmission & Distribution Technician 33 credit hours
Occupational Safety and Health 18 credit hours
Pharmacy Technician 29 credit hours
Practical Nursing 45 credit hours
Welding Technology 16 credit hours