Skip to content

Program Recommendations

Programs that have already or may soon change:

  • Stage Technology: Some classes would move to the Theater Program
  • Sign Language: Continue to offer American Sign Language, and place the Sign Language Interpreter Program on hold pending resolution of state certification issues
  • Hotel/Restaurant Management: Elminate cooking classes due to high cost of capital investment needed to complete kitchen upgrades; and eliminate Travel Agency Operations Certificate
  • Computer Information Technology: Introductory software application courses would be offered through Community Education rather than as for-credit classes
  • Individual and Team Sports: Some courses (such as billiards, bicycling camping/touring) would be offered through Community Education rather than as for-credit classes

Programs that have, or may merge into other programs:

  • Geography: Merge into Physical Sciences
  • Religion: Merge into Interdisciplinary Humanities
  • Philosophy: Merge into Humanities
  • Create a new Utility and Energy Systems Program that includes Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning; Electrical; and Alternative Energy (not all courses from the parent programs will persist in the new program)
  • Create a new Applied Manufacturing Program that includes Manufacturing Engineering Technology and Welding
  • Create a new Building Design and Construction Program that includes Architecture, Civil Technology and GIS, Alternative engineering Technology, Residential Building and some courses from Interior Design and the Horticulture/Lanscape programs

Programs that may be eliminated:

  • Automotive Repair - This program may be replaced with an academy-style program focusing on electric/hybrid vehicles and computer diagnostics
  • Collision Repair
  • Aviation Flight
  • Aquatics - The pool may be closed due to high cost of needed capital investment
  • Office Systems Administration
  • Truck Driver Training and Heavy Equipment Operator/Repair
  • Interior and Fashion Design - Some courses may be offered through Community Education or other programs
  • Horticulture and Landscape - Some courses may be offered through Community Education or other programs

Provide Feedback

Please send your comments and questions to pa2011feedback@lcc.edu. Note: anonymous feedback will not be acknowledged.

Academic Affairs at Lansing Community College

Academic Affairs
Administration Bldg, Room 201
Phone: (517) 483-1498
Additional contact information »

Facebook Twitter YouTube Flickr