Education and Executive Centers
Please click on the links below for more information on a specific education center location, including programs offered and contact information.
Primarily only tech courses are offered at this facility, not an entire program. For a complete listing of courses, please contact the program director.
Professor Ken Cook
Department Chair, Engineering Technology
Lansing Community College
Lansing Community College and Lawrence Tech have created a partnership to offer bachelor degree completion programs at the LCC University Center. For questions regarding the University Center please contact Kim Light at 517.483.9724 or at firstname.lastname@example.org. For upcoming events, please visit our upcoming events page. The following LTU programs are available at the University Center:
LTU is offering the following undergraduate programs at the University Center:
Bachelor of Science in Computer Science
Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering
Bachelor of Science in Engineering Technology
Bachelor of Science in Information Technology
Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering
Bachelor of Science in Psychology
The above links are for program information, if you'd like transfer information please click here.
LTU is offering the following graduate programs at the University Center:
Certificate in Energy and Environmental Management
Master of Science in Computer Science
Master of Educational Technology
Dual Master of Science in Engineering Management and Master of Business Administration
Northern Michigan Education Center
Traverse City, MI
LTU Degrees in Northern Michigan
Earn your degree at LTU without leaving Northern Michigan!
Master of Business Administration
This 36 credit hour weekend cohort program consists of six modules leading to a Master of Business Administration degree. Graduate students move consecutively through the program and complete their degree requirements in two years. Each course meets on select pre-determined weekends, Friday evening and Saturday, three times during a two-month period. The program also includes a distance-learning component. Each learning module is built on a complex, unifying experience where students encounter organizational issues, problems, and various assignments. What students are assigned to do in these learning modules is what managers would be expected to do as they meet their responsibilities to their organizations. Often the students are expected to work in teams.
NMC University Center
2200 Dendrinos Drive
Traverse City, MI