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WIA Occupational Training Program

Program: GENERAL EDUCATIONAL DEVELOPMENT (GED)
Award Type:
Training Provider: TOWSON UNIVERSITY
Program Objectives: PROGRAM WILL REVIEW THE SKILLS NECESSARY TO PASS THE GED. STUDENTS WILL REVIEW THE BASIC SKILL NEEDED TO PASS EACH OF THE FIVE TESTS
Location: BALTIMORE COUNTY
Tuition: $999
Other Costs: FEES, BOOKS, OTHER: $0; $0; $0
Federal Financial Aid: N/A
Admission Requirements: AGE 18+ AND OUT OF SCHOOL. MUST ATTEND ORIENTATION
Other: N/A
Duration: 52 WEEKS
Class - Time: Distance Learning
CIP Training Type: 530201 - High School Equivalence Certificate Program
Future Potential: CLASSES HELP PREPARE STUDENTS TO PASS THE GED TESTS. MD H.S. DIPLOMA EARNED AFTER PASSING ALL OFFICIAL TESTS.
Job Placement: NONE
  All Students WIA Students
FY2012 Completion Rate NA NA
FY2012 Employment Rate NA NA
NA = Not Applicable. No students were scheduled to complete the program.

Address: 7801 YORK ROAD
TOWSON UNIV. EEOL SUITE 260
TOWSON, MD 21204
Contact Person: ALLIE PYZIK
Title: PROGRAM COORDINATOR
Phone: 410-704-4266
Fax: 410-704-4908
Email: eeol@towson.edu
Hours: M-F 8:30AM - 5PM
Registration Policy: CONTACT PROVIDER TO REGISTER.
Unique Program Identifier: AE07990153020107
 
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