Attention Military IT
At Lansing Community College, we value your Military IT training and experiences. We offer the opportunity to earn an Associate Degree in Computer Information Technology Networking and Cybersecurity faster by earning college credit for what you already know.
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), information security analyst jobs are projected to increase by 18% through 2022, which is much faster than the national average for all occupations. Salary potential and employment opportunities vary depending on geographic location and market conditions, as well as an applicant’s education and experience.
How does it work?
Once you have applied to LCC, complete the PDF FileMilitary IT to IT application form. After registration and receipt of military transcripts an advisor will be assigned to you. The advisor will match courses based on military training and experience and provide credit when applicable and place you on a fast track to success.
Students in the program are eligible for GI-Bill funds, Military Tuition Assistance (TA) and traditional Title IV financial aid.
General Program Information
Networking technology binds computers and connects people with information and information security seeks to protect this information. Students learn to design, create, and administer efficient information technology networks of data, voice, image, and video communications. Students learn to provide the technical management and support to keep systems running 24/7, and to safeguard the data they control. This degree focuses on technical competencies as well as communication with users, management, and project planning skills. Students will be prepared to earn several industry respected certifications.
For more information, call Jason Mitchell at 517-483-1553.