Taking Initiative for Management Effectiveness
Lansing Community College
The independent and self-paced Taking Initiative for Management Effectiveness program at Lansing Community College can be completed entirely online. The program’s course schedules are flexible and allow students to complete coursework at their home or any other place outside of campus. The program is designed for students interested in strengthening their education within areas of management, business, and marketing. Courses within the program will educate students in new and alternative ways to study business management, marketing and leadership. This program has been built for students that are looking to advance their careers or change current careers.
Students within the program will need to complete a total of 12 credits in order to obtain the certificate. Time Series Topics can range from a variety of subjects and credit hours. There will be one, two, or three-credit courses with different study topics within the management and business fields. Students should take three TIME Series Topics courses in the first semester and three in the second semester.
There will be various resources to help students with the online learning environment. Students will have access to an online library, a live phone service offering technical support, and online tutoring that can assist in a number of different subjects. Academic advisors will be available online and may answer any questions about course enrollment.
Courses within the program cannot be repeated and applied to the certificate. The Time Series courses previously called MGMT 240 and 279 can be used to fulfill the certificate requirements.
Degree Level: Certificate
Delivery Format: 100% Online
Accreditation & Licensing
North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, The Higher Learning Commission
Lansing Community College is a two-year public school located in Lansing, Michigan. LCC was founded in 1957 by Phillip Gannon. Lansing is the third largest community college in Michigan based on enrollment size and holds classes at off-campus learning centers throughout the Lansing region and in Howell and St. Johns.
Lansing Community College offers certificates of completion and associate’s degrees. Classes are offered in traditional and off-campus formats and are held during the day, evening, and weekends for optimum convenience. Off-campus learning includes: online courses, telelearning, The University Center, and off-campus learning locations.
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