Physical Education and Exercise Science

Gainful Employment Information

The Department of Education requires institutions to disclose to current and prospective students the program cost, on-time completion rate, placement rate, median loan debt, and other key performance information for programs that prepare students for gainful employment in recognized occupations (75 FR 66832).

The intent of these disclosure regulations is to provide prospective students and other interested parties with information needed to make an informed choice about a program of study; however, there are significant differences in the missions of higher education institutions that are not apparent in the data we are being asked to report. Community colleges are open access institutions that provide services designed to meet the varying needs of its student population, including remedial education courses, career exploration opportunities, and evening and weekend programs for working adults. As a result, community college studentsí course-taking and completion patterns are quite different from those of university students, and viewers are encouraged to exercise caution when interpreting this information or comparing information between institutions.

Where available, related student progress and success data generated by the program and reported to their accrediting body is also provided here. The intent of this additional information is to accommodate different data definitions required by specialized accrediting bodies, and/or to draw appropriate distinctions based upon institutional mission and the student populations that we serve.

Program Data

Gainful Employment Information

Physical Education and Exercise Science (AA.PHED)

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CIP Code: 31.0501 Footnotes
The Classification of Instructional Programs (CIP) framework was developed by the U.S. Department of Education's National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) and is used by higher education institutions to track and report information about their programs of study.
2012-13
Number of Students Enrolled at End of Award Year Footnotes
The enrollment period is Fall, Spring, Summer (based upon the Financial Aid reporting year). Students are identified as enrolled in a program if it has been their "active major" during the award year, and they were enrolled in any classes. Enrollment is unduplicated and does not include students assigned to a Pre-major code. However, because students can have more than one active major during the year (change of major, non-credit programs, etc.), they may be reported in more than one program.
11
Program Length (consecutive semesters including Summer) Footnotes
The amount of time necessary for the student to complete the degree or certificate as provided in the institution's publications (e.g., catalog, promotional materials). Program Length reflects the number of semesters generally required for a student to complete the program, and is typically associated with full-time enrollment.
6 sems
Graduation Information
Number of Graduates During the Award Year Footnotes
The graduation period is Fall, Spring, Summer (based upon the Financial Aid reporting year, and as reported to NMHED and IPEDS). Students are identified as a program graduate if the degree/certificate has been conferred during the award year.
0
Number Graduating within Normal Time Footnotes
The number of students who have completed a program of study and graduated within normal time. To be counted as completing on time, a student must complete their program of study within its normal time, beginning from the date the student began attending the institution (i.e., institution start term). Normal time applies, regardless of whether the student transferred into the institution or changed programs while enrolled at the institution. Normal time is defined as the amount of time necessary for the student to complete the degree or certificate as provided in the institution's publications (e.g., catalog, promotional materials). This is typically two years for an associate's degree.
0
On-Time Graduation Rate Footnotes
The number of students who have completed a program of study and graduated within normal time, as a percentage of the total number of program graduates during the award year. To be counted as completing on time, a student must complete their program of study within its normal time, beginning from the date the student began attending the institution (i.e., institution start term). Normal time applies, regardless of whether the student transferred into the institution or changed programs while enrolled at the institution. Normal time is defined as the amount of time necessary for the student to complete the degree or certificate as provided in the institution's publications (e.g., catalog, promotional materials). This is typically two years for an associate's degree.
0
SJC Program Graduates Continuing their Higher Education
Certificate Conferred and Continuing at SJC Footnotes
Includes only students who earned a Certificate and continued their education at SJC pursuing an Associate degree. This metric does not apply to Associate Degree programs (N/A).
0
SJC Program Graduates Continuing their Higher Education (transfer students) Footnotes
Includes students who earned an Associate Degree and transferred to a 4-year institution; also includes students who earned a Certificate and transferred to either a 2- or 4-year institution.
0
SJC Program Graduates Employed in a Related Field (placement rate) Footnotes
Includes students who earned an Associate Degree or Certificate and are actively employed within New Mexico, as reported by the NMHED and the NMDOL.
TBD
Median Loan Debt of SJC Program Graduates
Title IV Debt (Federal Loans) Footnotes
The Median Title IV Debt is derived from the total Title IV loan debt of the program graduates that was incurred while they were enrolled in the program. If the program had no graduates during the award year being reported, this amount will be zero. Median Title IV Debt includes all loans provided under the Federal Family Education Loan (FFEL) Program and the William D. Ford Federal Direct Loan (Direct Loan) Program; excludes Parent PLUS loans and TEACH grants that have been converted to Unsubsidized Direct Loans, and also excludes Federal Perkins Loans.
0
Other Educational Debt (Private Loans) Footnotes
The Median Other Educational Debt is derived from the total loan debt of the program graduates that was incurred while they were enrolled in the program. If the program had no graduates during the award year being reported, this amount will be zero. Private education loans may include, but are not limited to, loans made expressly for educational expenses by financial institutions, credit unions, institutions of higher education and their affiliates, and States and localities.
0
Institutional Financing Plan Debt Footnotes
The Median Institutional Financing Plan Debt is derived from the institutional debt of the program graduates that was incurred while they were enrolled in the program. If the program had no graduates during the award year being reported, this amount will be zero. Institutional Financing Plan Debt includes any loan, extension of credit, payment plan, or other financing mechanism that would otherwise not be considered a private education loan but that results in a debt obligation that a student must pay to an institution after completing the program.
0

Program Costs
2013-14
In-State Tuition (per credit hour)
$41
Estimated Cost of Attendance
Program Tuition Footnotes
Program Tuition is determined by multiplying the in-state tuition per credit hour by the minimum number of credit hours required to complete the program. This number is based on the tuition rate of the award year.
$2,624
Program and General Fees Footnotes
General Fees are determined by multiplying the in-state general fee per credit hour by the minimum number of credit hours required to complete the program. This number is based on the fall's general fee range of the current award year being reported in this Program Cost section. Program Fees are determined by summing the fees associated with the courses required to complete the program. (Program fees associated with elective courses are not included in the calculation.)
$1,291
Books and Supplies (per semester) Footnotes
The books and supplies figure is not program specific. It is an average of expected books and supplies costs as researched and determined by the Financial Aid office on a bi-annual basis. The average is calculated through a review of full-time student schedules and the required books and supplies to meet course requirements in a variety of programs. Actual books and supplies costs will vary depending on actual program of study and personal purchasing decisions (new vs. used books; online purchases, etc.)
$600
Room and Board (per semester) Footnotes
Room and board costs are not program specific. It is an average of expected living costs in the Four Corners area as researched by the Financial Aid office on a bi-annual basis. The number used is for our most typical student-independent, living off campus, and not with parent(s). This average is used for all students fitting this typical living arrangement while attending SJC regardless of program of study. Actual living costs will vary depending on an individual student's personal living situation and geographic location.
$4,850



For more information, please call Beverlee Rice at 505-566-3239. Or send us an email at RiceB@SanJuanCollege.edu.