Information Technology Programs

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Short-Term Training Programs in IT
Earn a certificate in one year or less. Coursework typically transfers into related associate degree programs at LCCC.
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Cisco Academy
Lorain County Community College is a Cisco Academy, offering programs that feature current technology in converged networks and the development of hands-on skills. 
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Computer and IT Frequently Asked Questions

Computer and Information Technology Curriculum at LCCC

In computer and information technology, you will focus on how information and computing systems support business, research and communications needs.  Instruction ranges from the basics of computer hardware to the complex relationship between humans and computers.  Since computer and information technology involves taking core courses in several different departments, many students end up with a specialty or track in one area of interest.  For example, you may decide to specialize in Web development and take classes such as Web page design and database development for the Web.  On the other hand, you may be drawn to software development or take classes in network communications technology.

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Computer Scheice and Engineering

Computer Science, Engineering and Technology 
Programs cover the design, construction and operation of computer systems.  Programs include:

  • Electrical Engineering Technology
  • Computer Application Integration Specialist
  • Computer Science and Engineering
Computer Security

Computer Security
Computer security provides the training needed for careers in computer technology and digital forensics. Programs include:

  • Network Security Foundations
  • Computer and Digital Forensics
Hardware Maintenance and Information Systems Support Hardware Maintenance and Information Systems Support
Coursework is designed to provide students with the knowledge and practical skills to install, upgrade, and maintain personal computer systems and networks. Programs include:
  • A+ Certification
  • Information Systems Support
  • Computer Maintenance and Networking
Graphics and Animation

Interactive and Digital Media
Learn the tools and techniques to create art and other visual imagery: 

  • Computer and Graphic Art
  • Animation 
  • Web Design 
  • Video and Television Production
Computer Maintenance and Networking

Network Systems
Computer network systems are used across business and industry in a variety of technical environments.  Networking programs include:

  • Administration
  • Infrastructure
  • Communications
Computer Engineering Technology

Programming and Software Development 
Learn to design and implement software for desktop and web-based applications. Programs include:

  • Software Development
  • Computer Games and Simulation
  • Mobile Device Application Development
Software and Web Development

Web Development
Learn a variety of design and programming skills to develop both conventional and database-driven Web sites. Programs include:

  • Design Fundamentals
  • Programming Fundamentals
  • Web Development 



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Lorain County WIN

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