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Dr. Al Taccone   ·  11/30/21

MiraCosta is not endorsing. Given MiraCosta's very low enrollment and overall lack of interest in photography leads me to be concerned over offering a new program in the region that also requires a high school diploma or equivalent and the jobs result in entry level earnings below living wage and below statewide percentage for CE programs in general. The supply gap probably exists because the positions/career is not desirable? Modifications to existing programs would be OK and hopefully colleges would steer students to those programs that exist. Just not sure a new program is warranted.


Priscilla Fernandez   ·  11/29/21

San Diego City College submitted the appropriate LMI from the COE. The COE recommends proceeding with caution when developing a new program because 1) entry-level earnings are below the living wage; and 2) a supply gap exists. The colleges should note that the percentage of students who earned a living wage after completing a related program is below the statewide percentage for Career Education programs in general. The colleges should also note that the typical entry-level education is a high school diploma or equivalent.


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