State by State Licensing Disclosure

Federal regulations require Schoolcraft College to publicly disclose information for each educational program that has been designed to meet the requirements of specific professional license or certification that is required for employment in an occupation to indicate the state(s) where the program (or course) completion meets those requirements. These public disclosure requirements apply to all applicable programs, regardless of their modality (i.e., on-ground, online, and hybrid programs).

Schoolcraft College makes every effort to ensure information about educational requirements for licensure and certification is current; however, licensure and certification regulations are frequently revised. State professional licensure/certification requirements are subject to change at any time. 

The information in the table below does not guarantee that any particular professional licensure/certification authority will approve a student’s application. Other requirements for professional licensure or certification may exist; therefore, the course or program may or may not provide the aligned requirements and does not guarantee professional licensure/certification. 

All current and prospective students are encouraged to contact the applicable professional licensure/certification boards in their respective states for additional information regarding professional licensure/certification requirements, including, without limitation, information regarding any non-educational requirements (such as background checks, fingerprinting, drug screening, jurisprudence testing, and applications). 

If you need assistance or have any questions, please contact the Associate Dean regarding the program or course for more information.

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