Lansing Community College has been committed to creating an educated workforce by offering occupational programs that lead to gainful employment. Graduates from LCC's certificate programs can be assured that they are learning current industry standards and practices in state-of-the-art facilities using the latest equipment that lead to gainful employment. Select one of the program areas listed below to learn more about the job outlook, completion rates, and financial costs associated with certificate program completion.

Accounting

Architecture

Automotive Collision

Automotive Technologies

Aviation Technology

Biology

Building Construction

Child Development

Community Health Service

Computer Information Technologies

Construction Management

Criminal Justice

Digital Media, Audio and Cinema

Education

Energy Management

Fine and Computer Arts

Fire Science

Foreign Language

General Studies

Heating, Ventilating and Air Conditioning Technology

Heavy Equipment Repair

Human Services

Kinesiology

Management

Manufacturing Engineering Technology (Computer Automated Design & Precision Machining)

Marketing

Massage Therapy

Music

Nursing

Paralegal

Paramedic

Photographic Imaging

Precision Machining

Robotics & Automation

Sign Language Interpreter

Utility & Energy Systems

Welding Technology

Disclaimers

This information complies with the US Department of Education's Gainful Employment Program Disclosure requirements. Program length assumes that the student successfully completes a full-time course load (12 credits) every semester and the student wasn't required to take development courses. The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) regulations prevents institutions from providing median loan debt or the number of graduates completing the program on-time, if there were fewer than ten (10) graduates in a program.

According to the Gainful Employment Disclosure requirements, an institution must disclose the placement rate of GE program completers if required by the institutional accreditor, program accreditor, or the state. At this time, neither LCC's accreditor nor the State of Michigan requests programmatic placement data.

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