Lansing Community College
|Business Type||Solar Training and Schools|
|Types of Energy||Solar Electric PV|
Do you know how many program options are available to you at Lansing Community College (LCC)? The Programs of Study page includes the wide-range of opportunities related to programs. To view the career opportunities, visit Career Pathways. If you are interested in fulfilling two years of general education requirements to transfer to a four-year institution, see the MACRAO transfer agreement. Transfer guides for courses of study in specific areas to a particular institution are also available.
Lansing Community College is one of the first colleges in the nation to incorporate alternative energy into its curricula and to offer an Associate's Degree in Alternative Energy Engineering Technologies. Alternative energy students study wind, solar, geothermal, energy efficiency, and bio-mass/gas energy production systems to develop an understanding of the challenges and opportunities in developing a renewable energy economy. LCC's Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning (HVAC), Electrical, and Building Construction students also learn energy management and alternative methods for heating and cooling buildings and residences. LCC's Alternative Energy program offers: