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Computer Information Technologies

CIT Advisor Chat

Advisors are available for Chat Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday from 9:30am-10:30 am. The Chat window will only be available during the Chat availability times listed above, otherwise the page will be empty.

This chat is intended for general CIT advising questions. If you have a more detailed advising question please contact West Campus Academic Advising by email at frederm@lcc.edu or by making an appointment at 517-267-5510.


CIT programs and courses will teach you the most current technologies from instructors with real-world experience.

Continually upgraded equipment and small classes offering personalized instruction combine offer an excellent education at an affordable price.

The CIT program has a number of "100% online" degrees and certificates, so you can take classes and earn a degree anywhere in the world!  Some courses in these programs may require students to travel to Lansing Community College, or other approved proctoring site for testing.

Partnerships with four-year institutions give you the opportunity to transfer seamlessly and earn a bachelor's degree or beyond.

Please call us at (517) 483-9612 or explore this Web site for more details about the degrees, certificates and courses we offer.

The Future is Here. Are You Ready?

News

New Curriculum Effective Fall 2013

1713- Convergence Technology - Certificate of Completion

1708 - Residential Networking Specialist - Certificate of Completion

1712 - Mobile Application Development - Certificate of Achievement


In Fall 2012, the Computer Information Technologies program relocated to West Campus.  The move is a result of the program's recent transition into the Technical Careers Division and will allow faculty and staff to institute a new strategy to better serve its students.  
Those affected by the move include current students, faculty, staff, support services and any person doing business with the program.  The Technical Careers Division is working on a plan to continue to serve all parties with minimal disruption throughout the transition.  
As more information on the relocation becomes available it will be posted to Computer Info Tech Program Move page.


The E-Pathways project is designed to help unemployed and underemployed  individuals contribute to and benefit from regional IT growth.        << more >>


The Academic Alliance Program

Microsoft now includes MS Office 2007 (not the current version of Office, but one version behind the current version) as part of the Academic Alliance. Unless your class requires it right away, your instructor will handle the account creation for the MSDNAA during the third week of the semester.

Sponsored by Microsoft and through a subscription by L.C.C. Get important software to use through your class at little or no cost.


Computer Industry Certifications

Students in the CIT Program may earn several industry certifications in their studies. Some are included in courses; others are optional. For more information, contact the CIT program. The material covered in courses are:

-Cisco CCNA (vendor)

-CompTIA Project+ (vendor)

-Cisco CCNA Security (vendor)

-CompTIA Security+ (vendor)

-Cisco CCNA Voice (vendor)

-CWNA (Wireless Networks) (vendor)

-CompTIA A+ (vendor)

-Microsoft Office Specialist (vendor)

-CompTIA CTP+ (vendor)

-Sun JAVA Certified Programmer (vendor)

-CompTIA Linux+ (vendor)

Computer Information Technologies

Computer Information Technologies
West Campus, M103.4
Phone: (517) 267-6406
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