Lansing Community College

LCC's Computer Information Technology Program trains you using cutting-edge technologies at the forefront of Information Technology and Digital Mapping. Geospatial Science is a vital part of the IT space and spans many industries - from retail, energy, to logistics, both the private and public sectors - and experienced faculty challenge and prepare you to be competent, field-ready technologists.

Geospatial Science uses information and data to understand people, places, and systems and maps this content digitally. Spatial analysis of human and physical variables is fundamental to Geospatial Science and uses remote sensing, Geographic Information Systems, and Global Positioning Systems technologies as measurement, observation, and analysis tools.

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Jan Mon 27

LCC Scholarship Workshop

12:00 PM - 2:00 PM

Mar Mon 09

Spring Break

All Day Event

Mar Tue 10

Spring Break

All Day Event

Mar Wed 11

Spring Break

All Day Event

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In 2016, web developers earned an average of $66,130 per year.

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