Mobile Device Information Session

New Degree for Today’s In-Demand Jobs

  A Wide Range of IT Programs

Short-Term Certificate Programs
Earn a certificate in one year or less. Course credits transfer to related associate degree programs at LCCC. 

  • Information Systems Support
  • Network Administration
  • Network Infrastructure Technologies
  • Network Security Foundations
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  • Web Design Fundamentals 
  • Web Programming Fundamentals

Associate Degree Programs

  • Mobile Device Application Development
  • Network Communication Technology
  • Software Development
  • Web Development

Mobile Device Application Developer

Today’s mobile devices are changing the way we communicate, do business and access news and entertainment.  You can be part of this growing profession as a mobile device application developer. 

According to the U. S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, information technology is projected to be among the fastest growing professions through 2018. 

Attend an information session to learn more about this exciting new program, along with other high-demand career choices in the IT field.

  • Wednesday, April 18 
  • 6 to 7 pm 
  • Lorain County Community College Elyria Campus 
  • Spitzer Conference Center - Room SP 207/208

Attend this informative session to see if mobile device application developer is the career for you.  Also, LCCC representatives will be on hand to answer your questions about admissions, enrollment, financial aid, scholarships and more.

Mobile Device Application Developer Session Registration
 
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