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Computer Info Tech Programming Program

What Will Students Learn?

Students first learn about programming using the Python language. After completing this introductory class, students continue their study of programming by taking classes in VB.Net, Java, C#.Net, and ASP.Net. They can also take several Web environment courses such as Web Site Design and Development, Advanced Web Development, and Web Site Management. There are also classes in SQL which is used with most databases today. From time to time there are also special topics classes dealing with such topics as Dreamweaver, PHP, and programming mobile devices.

Most of these programming languages are object oriented and are designed for use in the Windows or Web environments. The focus of our programming classes is on business-related environments which students will encounter in the Lansing area IT community after completing their program of study. These classes are also available for IT professionals desiring to expand or update their programming skills. Typically there are many job openings for programmers in the Lansing area.

What certificates and degrees can you get from LCC for a career in programming?

The CIT Programming program offers classes in several programming languages and environments. These classes may be used when fulfilling the requirements for the Computer Programmer/Analyst Certificate of Completion (curriculum code 0969) which leads into the Computer Programmer/Analyst Associate Degree (curriculum code 0113). 

Who do you contact for more information? 

Gary Heisler - 159.26 West Campus - heisleg@lcc.edu - (517) 483-1553

Computer Information Technologies

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