Lansing Community College

Welcome to Lansing Community College's Center for Cybersecurity Education. Here we have tips for protecting yourself online, the latest cybersecurity news, and information on getting your Computer Security & Networking degree and skills to get a job in the cybersecurity field. The LCC Center for Cybersecurity Education will become THE resource for Cybersecurity for this region for education, business, industry, government, and Community.

Please contact Jason Mitchell - for more information.

Designated National Center of Academic Excellence in Cyber Defense Education by the National Security Agency (NSA) and the Department of Homeland Security (DHS).


Cybersecurity Resources

Upcoming Hacking Competitions

Meet the Instructors

Jason Mitchell
Jason Mitchell

Jason's Bio

Cameron Dean
Cameron Dean

Cameron's Bio

Ed Thomas headshot
Ed Thomas

Ed's Bio

Adam Richardson
Adam Richardson

Adam's Bio

Computer Networking Technology, AB program - Program Level Outcomes

Lansing Community College emphasizes program-level outcomes, measurable skills, knowledge, and abilities that students are expected to gain upon completing a specific program. These outcomes align with industry standards and aim to ensure graduates are well-prepared for the workforce or further academic pursuits. They cover various areas such as technical proficiency, critical thinking, communication skills, and professional ethics. Program-level outcomes act as benchmarks for evaluating student achievement and program effectiveness, guiding curriculum development, and providing accountability to students, faculty, employers, and other stakeholders. The college's focus on these outcomes aims to empower students with the necessary competencies to succeed in their chosen fields and make meaningful contributions to their communities and society overall.

  1. Design, communicate, and follow documentation standards of complex data, processes, and or policies.
  2. Use specialized software applications effectively to create, manage, and complete IT tasks.
  3. Analyze a complex business problem and design, implement, and evaluate a solution by applying information technology principles and other relevant disciplines.
  4. Express professional responsibilities by making informed judgments in computing based on legal in ethical principles and practices.
  5. Function effectively and inclusively as a team member in a diverse group.
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Contact Us

Computer Information Technology Program

Technical Careers Division

West Campus Room M103.4
Phone: 517-267-6406