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Is a Career in Engineering for You?

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What Manufacturing Means to America
    
Introduction to VoIP Telephony Integration Courses

Courses are conducted at Jenne University, Jenne Distributors, Avon, Ohio.

Jenne

These 5-day, 2 credit hour courses are offered for Avaya and Panasonic equipment.
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Engineering is the art of applying scientific and mathematical principles, experience, judgment and common sense to make things that benefit people. Engineers design bridges and important medical equipment, as well as processes for cleaning up toxic spills and systems for mass transit. In other words, engineering is the process of producing a technical product or system to meet a specific need.

Engineers have many different types of jobs to choose from, including research, design, analysis, development, testing, and sales positions. If you are interested in discovering new knowledge, you might consider a career as a research engineer. With automation engineering, you will work with sophisticated computers and robotics used in today's manufacturing processes. If you are imaginative and creative, design engineering may be for you. The work of analytical engineers most closely resembles what you do in your mathematics and science classes. If you like laboratory courses and conducting experiments, look into becoming a development engineer. Sales engineering could be a good choice if you have good communications skills and like working with people. Engineering work is also organized by traditional academic fields of study. The five largest of these are chemical, civil, electrical, industrial, and mechanical engineering. There are also more specialized engineering fields, including aerospace, ocean, nuclear, biomedical, and environmental engineering.

 

See the List of Programs

Click here to view engineering and manufacturing programs offered by LCCC and the University Partnership.

 

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Be a success! Register now for Spring Semester 2015. Classes begin January 20. Click here for the registration schedule.

Let us steel you away for $90K

The Steelworker for the Future® craft training degree program empowers you in two ways: It pays you to earn a degree, and it makes you employable upon graduation. Attend an information to learn more.  www.lorainccc.edu/steel.

Earn College Credit For Work and Life Experience

Attend an information session for Prior Learning Assessment and find out about the methods used to help you earn college credit for what you have learned through work and life experiences.
 
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Students can save up to 80 percent on the cost of a traditional college degree. Learn more at www.lorainccc.edu/myuniversity.

MyTuition Guarantee

LCCC students now have the opportunity to participate in the MyTuition Guarantee. This new program holds tuition and fee rates for students registering in fall 2014 and spring 2015 for up to three years or until the completion of a degree, whichever comes first.
  
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Lorain County WIN

LCCC and the JVS have launched Lorain County WIN (Workforce Innovation Network), a new partnership providing workforce training to Lorain County. Learn more at www.loraincountywins.com.