Gainful Employment Reporting

As of Oct. 1, 2011, all public institutions that offer Title IV-eligible programs leading to gainful employment must disclose details about program costs and outcomes to students. 


Bureau of Labor Standard Occupational Classification:

25-2031.00 - Secondary School Teachers, Except Special and Career/Technical Education

 Link to   Occupational Profile for Secondary Education Teacher on US Department of Labor's O*NET Website

 Classification of Instructional Programs (CIP):   13.1205

 Occupation for which this program prepares students:      Secondary School Teacher

 Program Level          Graduate, post-baccalaureate – 1, 4

On-time graduation rate for students completing the program
        12 months (June to May) or 24 months (June to May)

 Program Length:     31 credits

 The number of student completing the program between July 1, 2010 and June 30, 2012 

         21 - (18 of those completed within the 12 -24 month options) or 86 per cent.  14 per cent completed with additional time

 The job placement rate for students completing the program
 
Job Placement Rates are not disclosed, being required neither by the State of Alaska nor the University of Alaska accrediting agencies.   Placement rates vary depending upon academic teaching content endorsement and by student’s ability to relocate.


Tuition and fees the institution charges a student for completing the program within normal time (for 2011-12 academic year)

        Tuition - $8,757 (Graduate Licensure); $5,797 (Licensure Only)
        Fees - $1,400 without Healthcare
        Fees - $2,531 with Healthcare
        Application and Praxis Test Fees $300-310 (students with more than one academic content will incur additional Praxis II fees, students seeking a teaching license in a world language will incur additional testing fees)

Link to Tuition and Fees Information at UAF

Typical costs for books and supplies (for 2011-12 academic year)
        Up to $750

Typical costs for room and board
        N/A - Most, if not all, of our post-baccalaureate students choose to live off-campus.


Median Loan debt incurred by students who completed the program
        
Not available at this time

 

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