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Alternative Delivery

Taking an Alternative Delivery class saves students time spent in a classroom setting or reduces drive time by selecting a class location closer to their home. This flexibility helps busy people balance work, family and school and still reach their career and academic goals. Try one or all of the Alternative Delivery options to find out what works best for your type of lifestyle!

Electronically-supported Education Options

Online (100%)*- If you are self-motivated, an independent learner, and have the ability to work without face-to-face contact with an instructor or classmates, taking a course over the Internet will most likely work for you. Students enrolling in a 100% Online course should have existing computer skills or the ability to acquire such skills. Online instructors will follow a syllabus and set deadlines. It's up to the student to meet course requirements.

Online/Hybrid *- An Online/Hybrid course is one in which regularly scheduled classroom time is replaced a portion of the time with online course work and activities. This is a good option for students new to online learning or students who prefer a more structured learning environment but enjoy the flexibility that an online course provides as this type of course limits the number of times a student needs to be on-campus for class. Students spend part of their time face-to-face in the traditional classroom, lab, or worksite with an instructor and the other part participating on the Internet using LCC's ANGEL course management system

* All students are encouraged to complete ANGEL Orientation training prior to beginning an Online or Online/Hybrid course. For more information regarding training options please visit the following web page: http://www.lcc.edu/helpdesk/angel/training.aspx

Other Alternatives

Variable Date and Late Start - Variable date and late start classes enable you to finish a course at a different pace than the standard semester. Registration deadlines for these classes can be found in the Adding a Class table in this schedule book or online.

Weekend - People who work full time find weekend courses easier to fit into their busy schedules. Course lengths vary from one to three days or many extend the entire semester.

Off campus Learning Locations - An off-campus learning location provides LCC students the opportunity to select the class(es) closest to their home or work. These sites--often located in area schools, community education buildings, or in their own buildings--have ample, free parking and are within a 40-mile radius of Lansing. For more information contact an LCC Learning Center near you, or visit us on the web at www.lcc.edu/ece for more information.

LCC East, East Lansing (517) 483-1860

LCC Livingston Center, Howell (517) 545-3522

LCC Clinton County Center, St. Johns (989) 224-2017

Learning Communities - Students enrolling in learning community classes have the advantage of learning about two or more subjects focused around a common theme and studying with the same group of students. In a learning community, students sign up for two or more courses. This type of learning environment promotes a group learning experience.

Online Learning - Internet Courses

Lansing Community College's online courses apply to degree or transfer programs in the same way as traditional courses. Entire degree and certificate programs can be completed online! For a complete listing of available online Associate Degrees, Certificates, and transfer programs, visit the web site at http://www.lcc.edu/elearning/students/about_online/degrees.aspx.

Would Online Learning suit me?

Online Learning will suit students who are motivated, independent learners, those who can work without face-to-face contact with the instructor or classmates and who have reasonable skills in using computers or have the ability to acquire such skills. An online learning survey is available to help you determine if online learning is right for you at http://www.lcc.edu/elearning/students/about_online/quiz.aspx, LCC uses the ANGEL course management system to deliver online courses, which can be accessed through Star Port at www.lcc.edu.

Online Learning Advantages:

Online Learning students can adapt study and participation requirements to personal, family, or work schedules. Regular trips to campus are not required.

However, adaptability of the course has limits, as most courses are not self-paced. Students must participate in online discussion when required for a course. Students must submit assignments when due. Work and time commitments are at least the same as for traditional courses. Some exams are taken at the LCC campus or by an approved proctor. If you take a test off-campus, additional proctoring fees may apply.

Technical Requirements:

A word processing program is required for all courses. Hardware and software needs vary from course to course. Go to: http://www.lcc.edu/elearning/students/index.aspx to see if your computer meets the minimum requirements for online courses.

Internet Service:

It is recommended that students have access to a high speed Internet connection. Students using dial up connections may experience delays or difficulty viewing course material in ANGEL. Consult an online advisor at (517) 483-1880, for suggestions or email: online_info@lcc.edu.

More information:

LCC's Online Learning web site has extensive and regularly updated information. For more information please visit http://www.lcc.edu/elearning/students/index.aspx. If you still have questions, call an online advisor at (517) 483-1880, or email online_info@lcc.edu.

Introduction to ANGEL for Students:

At the beginning of the semester, ANGEL orientation sessions are held for online students and those wishing to learn more about ANGEL. You can take these sessions either online or on-campus. Call (517) 483-1880 or for orientation information, or go to: http://www.lcc.edu/helpdesk/angel/training.aspx

Questions:

Call an online advisor if you have questions about specific courses at (517) 483-1880 or email online_info@lcc.edu. Online advisors are available Monday through Thursday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Friday 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Extended hours are available during registration dates.

Other Alternative Delivery Opportunities:

If you are looking for online courses that are not currently offered this semester, you may find what you need at the Michigan Community College Virtual Learning Collaborative (MCCVLC) web site at http://www.mccvlc.org. Lansing Community College is a member of this collaborative and can help you access a variety of courses from Michigan community colleges.

Off-Campus Learning Locations

Fall 2011 courses are offered at locations in Dimondale, East Lansing, Eaton Rapids, Grand Ledge, Holt, Howell, Lansing, Mason, Okemos, and St. Johns. Most of the course offerings at learning locations fulfill requirements for Associate Degree and transfer programs. (Refer to the Course Offerings for complete information before you register.)

The following locations have a wide variety of courses and services including labs, computers, and free parking.

Lansing Community College East, East Lansing (517) 483-9307

LCC Livingston Center at Parker Campus, Howell (517) 545-3522

St. John's Clinton County Center, St. Johns (989) 224-2017

For off-campus learning location questions, call (517) 483-1860 or visit our web site at: http://www.lcc.edu/ece. Driving directions to each off-campus location are posted on the Extension Center web pages. Classroom locations for these centers are posted in the building on the first night of classes.

For complete prerequisites, class locations, dates and times, see the Course Offerings.

Dimondale

THE SUMMIT (SUMMIT)
9410 Davis Highway

PFSP111

Indoor Soccer

East Lansing

AKERS GOLF COURSE - MSU (AKERS)
Mt Hope & South Harrison

PFSP109

Golf: Beginning

PFSP110

Golf: Intermediate

EAST LANSING HANNAH CENTER (ELHAN)
819 Abbott Road

PFAQ100

Swimming: Primary Skills

PFAQ101

Swimming: Stroke Development

PFAQ106

Water Walking/Toning

PFAQ107

Water Exercise I

PFAQ110

Hydro-Fit Exercise I

PFAQ111

Hydro-Fit Exercise II

EAST LANSING HIGH SCHOOL (ELHS)
509 Burcham Drive

PFAQ104

Swimming/Training

Lansing Community College East (East)

LANSING COMMUNITY COLLEGE EAST (EAST)
2827 Eyde Parkway

ACCG210

Principles of Accounting I

ACCG211

Principles of Accounting II

ARTS130

Masterpieces of Art & Music

ARTS204

Watercolor I

ARTS205

Watercolor II

ARTS206

Advanced Watercolor

ARWS137

Intro to Adobe Photoshop

ARWS141

Watercolor Workshop

ARWS224

Cartooning Workshop

BIOL120

Environmental Science

BIOL145

Intro Anatomy and Physiology

BIOL201

Human Anatomy

BUSN118

Introduction to Business

CABS100

PowerPoint Basics

CABS100

Excel Basics

CABS100

Photoshop II

CABS100

Word Basics

CABS100

Computer Basics

CABS100

MAC Basics

CABS100

Keyboarding Basics

CHEM120

Gen Organic & Biological Chem

CHEM125

Basic Chemistry

CHSE120

Medical Terminology

CITA110

Intro to Microsoft Office

CITF110

Intro Computer Info Systems

CJUS101

Intro to Criminal Justice

ECON120

Power, Authority and Exchange

ECON201

Principles of Economics-Micro

ENGL122

Writ About Literature & Ideas

GEOG200

World Regional Geography

HIST211

U.S. History to 1877

HUMS160

Mythology

HUMS213

World Civilizations to 1600

HUMS214

World Civilizations from 1600

JAPN121

Elementary Japanese I

LEGL215

Busn Law I, Basic Principles

LEGL219

Adv Busn Law for Acct Majors

MATH050

PreAlgebra

MATH107

Introductory Algebra

MATH112

Intermediate Algebra

MATH120

College Algebra

MATH121

Precalculus I

MATH122

Precalculus II

MATH130

Finite Math w/College Algebra

MATH141

Calculus with Applications

MGMT200

Creative Thinking for Business

MGMT234

Diversity in the Workplace

MUSC241

Musical Cultures 1750-Present

NURS200

Pharmacology-Nursing

PFFT170

Yoga: Beginning

PFHW123

Human Nutrition

PFHW163

Healthy Lifestyles

PHIL211

Philosophy: Ancient & Medieval

PSYC200

Introduction to Psychology

READ170

Critical Reading

SDEV101

First Year Experience

SIGN160

Intro to the Deaf Community

SOCL120

Introduction to Sociology

SPAN121

Elementary Spanish I

SPCH110

Oral Comm in the Workplace

SPCH120

Dynamics of Communication

SPCH130

Fund of Public Speaking

STAT215

Intro to Probability and Stats

WRIT117

Writing Preparation

WRIT121

Composition I

WRIT122

Composition II

WRIT260

Creative Writing I

Eaton Rapids

GREYHOUND CENTRAL EDUC BLDG (ERAPDS)
912 South Greyhound Drive

WRIT121

Composition I

Holt

HOLT HIGH SCHOOL (HOLTHS)
5885 West Holt Road

PFFT170

Yoga: Beginning

SOCL120

Introduction to Sociology

Howell

LIVINGSTON CENTER AT PARKER (LIVCEN)

402 Wright Road

ACCG210

Principles of Accounting I

ARWS120

Basic Drawing

ARWS137

Intro to Adobe Photoshop

BIOL120

Environmental Science

BIOL121

Biol Foundation for Physiology

BIOL145

Intro Anatomy and Physiology

BIOL201

Human Anatomy

BIOL202

Human Physiology

BIOL203

Microbiology

BUSN118

Introduction to Business

CABS100

Operate&Maintain Your Computer

CABS100

Word Bascis

CABS100

Computer Basics

CABS100

Computers for College

CABS100

Excel Basics

CHEM120

Gen Organic & Biological Chem

CHEM125

Basic Chemistry

CHSE108

Long-Term Care Nurse Aide

CHSE120

Medical Terminology

CHSE143

Phlebotomy Technician

ECON201

Principles of Economics-Micro

ENGL122

Writ About Literature & Ideas

GEOG200

World Regional Geography

HIST211

U.S. History to 1877

HIST212

U.S. History: 1877 to Present

HUMS214

World Civilizations from 1600

LEGL215

Busn Law I, Basic Principles

MASG110

Massage for Non-Majors

MATH050

PreAlgebra

MATH107

Introductory Algebra

MATH112

Intermediate Algebra

MATH120

College Algebra

MATH121

Precalculus I

MATH122

Precalculus II

MGMT234

Diversity in the Workplace

NURS200

Pharmacology-Nursing

PFHW163

Healthy Lifestyles

PSYC200

Introduction to Psychology

PSYC205

Human Growth and Development

READ150

Essential Reading Strategies

READ170

Critical Reading

SDEV090

Academic Success Strategies

SOCL120

Introduction to Sociology

SPCH110

Oral Comm in the Workplace

SPCH120

Dynamics of Communication

WRIT110

Confidence in Writing

WRIT117

Writing Preparation

WRIT121

Composition I

WRIT122

Composition II

LIVINGSTON COUNTY EMS (LIVEMS)

1911 Tooley Road

EMTA101

Basic EMT I

EMTA102

Basic EMT II

EMTA103

Basic EMT III

EMTA104

Basic EMT IV

Lansing

AIS CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT (AIS)
3600 North Grand River Avenue

HERT120

Heavy Engine Rebuild

HERT130

Equipment Hydraulics

HERT210

Heavy Equipment Internship

CAPITAL AREA MICHIGAN WORKS (CAMW)
2110 South Cedar Street

CABS100

Microsoft Word 2 Self-Paced

CABS100

Beginning Excel 1 Self-Paced

CABS100

Beginning Word 1 Self-Paced

CABS100

Beg PowerPoint 1 Self-Paced

CABS100

Microsoft Excel 2 Self-Paced

CROWN BOXING CENTER (CROWN)

1010 Ballard

PFFT111

Aerobic Boxing

PFSP111

Indoor Soccer

MSU TENNIS FACILITY (MSUTEN)

3571 East Mount Hope

PFSP124

Tennis: Beginning

PFSP125

Tennis: Intermediate

PRO BOWL WEST (PROBO)

2122 N Martin Luther King Blvd

PFSP105

Bowling: Beginning

ROYAL SCOT GOLF COURSE (ROYSCT)

4722 West Grand River

PFSP106

Bowling: Advanced

TRIPPERS (TRIPER)
354 Frandor

PFSP117

Beginning Pocket Billiards

PFSP118

Intermediate Pocket Billiards

Mason

CAPITAL AREA CAREER CENTER (CACC)
611 Hagadorn Road

SCIS293

Dir Histotech Studies I

SCIS295

Dir Histotech Studies III

WELD103

Combination Welding

WELD110

Gas Metal ARC Welding

WELD111

Gas Tungsten ARC Welding

HEARTWOOD SCHOOL (HRTWD)

625 Hagadorn

PFAQ114

Parent/Infant Water Adjustment

PFAQ115

Parent/Toddler Water Adjustment

PFAQ118

Arthritis Found Aquatics Prog

Okemos

OKEMOS CHIPPEWA MIDDLE SCHOOL (OKCE)
4000 Okemos Road

MUSC119

Lansing Concert Band

St. Johns

ST JOHNS CLINTON COUNTY CENTER (STJCCC)
1013 South U.S. 27, Suite C

BIOL120

Environmental Science

BIOL121

Biol Foundation for Physiology

BUSN118

Introduction to Business

CITF110

Intro Computer Info Systems

ECON201

Principles of Economics-Micro

ENGL122

Writ About Literature & Ideas

HIST211

U.S. History to 1877

MATH050

PreAlgebra

MATH107

Introductory Algebra

MATH112

Intermediate Algebra

MATH120

College Algebra

MATH121

Precalculus I

MGMT234

Diversity in the Workplace

MKTG200

Principles of Marketing

PSYC200

Introduction to Psychology

READ150

Essential Reading Strategies

READ170

Critical Reading

SDEV090

Academic Success Strategies

SOCL120

Introduction to Sociology

SPCH120

Dynamics of Communication

WRIT110

Confidence in Writing

WRIT117

Writing Preparation

WRIT121

Composition I

Various Hospitals (HOSP)

CHSE109

LTC to Acute Care Completion

CHSE110

Nurse Aide: Acute & Long-Term

Various Locations in Michigan (VLMICH)

EMTA222

EMS Instructor-Coordinator

Various Worksites (WKSITE)

CHDV111

Child Guidance/Communication

CHDV220

Preschool Curr/Learn Environ

CHDV221

Infant-Toddler Prog Develop

CHDV284

Early Childhood Practicum

CHSE108

Long-Term Care Nurse Aide

CHSE110

Nurse Aide: Acute & Long-Term

CHSE130

Medical Ins Bill/Code Extern

CHSE144

Phlebotomy Externship

CHSE236

Pharmacy Technician Externship

CITP295

Programming Internship

CITS285

IT Professional Internship

CJUS285

Law Enforcement Internship

CJUS286

Juvenile Internship I

CJUS287

Juvenile Internship II

DANC290

Dance Studio Internship

EDUC280

Teacher Education Practicum

EMTA112

Basic EMT Clinical

HUSE282

Human Services Practicum I

MASG141

Massage Clinic I

MASG241

Massage Clinic II

PFKN280

Kinesiology Internship

POLS205

Government Internship

POLS206

Advanced Government Internship

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