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Computer Training in Michigan with School Overviews

Michigan has 82 schools that offer computer training programs. Get some information about the programs and some quick facts for two of these schools to make an informed education decision.

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Essential Information

Students in Michigan can find computer training programs at all levels of education, from associate degrees through doctorate programs in fields such as computer information systems, information technology and computer science. There are also certificate programs designed to quickly prepare individuals for specific computer careers. Common fields of study include computer support, computer programming, database management, website design, system administration and system analysis. Degree programs usually provide training in a wider range of computer topics than specialized certificate programs.


Wayne County Community College District

The Wayne County Community College District, located in Detroit, Michigan, offers an Associate of Applied Science (AAS) in Computer Information Systems program with various specializations, such as computer support, software engineering, systems analysis and homeland security.

There are also several certificate programs. The database administrator certificate is for aspiring database managers and covers structured design, introduction to UNIX, visual basic, LINUX, Oracle database administration and database concepts. Students completing the website developer certificate learn the skills needed to create, design and maintain a website. Classes cover multimedia, graphic design, structured design, Web page design and Internet foundations. Designed to prepare graduates to maintain and analyze network software and hardware, the computer network administrator certificate covers networking essentials, Unix and computer information systems.

Oakland Community College

Oakland Community College, located in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, offers computer-related certificate and associate's degree programs. Students can pursue an AAS degree in computer information systems or a computer support, network specialist or Web developer certificate, among others.

The AAS degree program prepares students for careers managing technology resources and analyzing system requirements. Concentration areas include system analysis, software engineering, computer support and homeland security. The computer support certificate program prepares students to install, support and administer computer infrastructures, while the network specialist certificate program focuses on network administration and maintenance. The Web developer program emphasizes using coding and HTML editors to produce Web pages.

School Comparison: At a Glance

School School Type & Setting Programs Offered Undergraduate Tuition & Fees (2018-2019)
Wayne County Community College District 2-year, public; large city AAS in Computer Information Systems,
College Certificate in Computer Information Systems - Website Developer,
College Certificate in Computer Information Systems - Database Administrator,
College Certificate in Computer Information Systems - Computer Network Administrator
$2,886 (in-district)
$3,107 (in-state)
$3,842 (out-of-state)*
Oakland Community College 2-year, public; large suburb AAS in Computer Information Systems,
Computer Support Certificate,
Network Specialist Certificate,
Web Developer Certificate
$2,408 (in-district)
$4,472 (in-state)
$4,472 (out-of-state)*

Source: *NCES College Navigator

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