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Are you unemployed or underemployed?  Are you interested in taking the next step in your IT career?

The e-Pathways program at Lansing Community College, in partnership with the Capital Area IT Council and Capital Area Michigan Works, is a career-transition program designed to meet the current and future workforce needs of the information technology industry in Greater Lansing.

Offering on-site coaching, degree opportunities and hands-on experience as well as scholarships for people interested in changing their careers, e-Pathways is the right choice if you want educational opportunities in different areas of Information Technology.

You can accomplish your goals through e-Pathways in three ways:

  1. A two-year Computer Programmer Analyst Associates degree program with a new emphasis on software testing concepts.
  2. An expanded two-year Computer Science Associates degree (transfer) program focused on short-term technical skills training.
  3. A one-year Software Testing Certification

Upon completion of our program, you will have acquired the technical knowledge and skills necessary to transfer to a four-year institution or transition into your next career!

Interested in learning more about e-Pathways?

Upcoming e-Pathways information sessions are available at both LCC and Capital Area Michigan Works.  Click the links below for information session details at your preferred location!

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Visit the e-Pathways site for more detailed information or contact Sarah Linz at linzs1@lcc.edu  or (517) 483-1314

Computer Information Technologies

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