Professional Licensure: General Disclosure
Many programs offered at Dunwoody College of Technology are designed to prepare students to apply for licensure examinations and/or certification necessary for employment in Minnesota and across the Country. These professional licensing standards often vary from state to state, and completion of these programs may not meet the licensure or certification requirements in every state.
For students seeking employment, you are advised to know the specific licensure or certification requirements of that state before enrolling in a program. Contact the appropriate licensing agency in the state you plan to seek employment to determine requirements and ensure program compatibility.
As of July 1, 2020, the U.S. Department of Education implemented new regulations that professional programs which may lead to licensure/certification must adhere to – Regulation 34 CFR 668.43 (a) (5) (v).
This regulation requires colleges and universities to communicate publicly and directly to prospective and current students if programs leading to a license or certification meet other state’s requirements. Click on the program name below for the public disclosures indicating if the program meets licensure requirements, does not meet licensure requirements or has not yet been determined for each state.
Disclaimer: licensure determinations reflect accurate information about each program to the best of our knowledge, however the decision to grant a license or certification is ultimately the purview of the state. Only state licensing agencies or boards can determine whether an academic program meets or partially meets educational requirements for licensure. Dunwoody cannot guarantee an individual’s attainment of any professional licensure or certification, in any field, in any jurisdiction.