Computer Systems Tech Schools in Michigan

Schools for this programSchools for this program

Computer Systems Tech Schools in Michigan offering certificate lengths of less than two years:

SchoolCityRecent Annual Graduates
Baker College of CadillacCadillac2
Baker College of FlintFlint1
Baker College of MuskegonMuskegon3
Baker College of OwossoOwosso1
Baker College of Port HuronPort Huron0
Kellogg Community CollegeBattle Creek0
Lansing Community CollegeLansing2
Washtenaw Community CollegeAnn Arbor34

Annual Prices (for the school, not necessarily this specific program of study; also, prices vary with student income level)

SchoolAvg. Net PricePrice RangeDaycareWeekendsSome Online
Baker College of Cadillac12,688 - 18,243-YesYes
Baker College of Flint10,953 - 16,025-YesYes
Baker College of Muskegon12,596 - 17,300-YesYes
Baker College of Owosso10,668 - 17,068YesYesYes
Baker College of Port Huron8,463 - 15,298-YesYes
Kellogg Community College4,0593,552 - 9,222--Yes
Lansing Community College6,2986,133 - 10,981YesYesYes
Washtenaw Community College5,7975,164 - 10,498YesYesYes

Why did people choose their school for this program?Why did people choose their school for this program?

"The location was convenient for me. The course prices met my budget."
"I chose Maryland as my university because at the time I was taking the classes I was also serving in the U.S. Air Force. Since the Air Force had partnered with UM to provide classes and degrees to their personnel at a discounted price, I naturally chose UM as my school and I have not regretted it."
"I picked this college because it was the closest to my residence at the time. Another reason is that I heard good things about the instructors at this college."

What surprised people about the school they chose?What surprised people about the school they chose?

"Prior to beginning the process of acquiring my degree, I was unaware that the University of Maryland offered part-time courses on military installations. These courses took place in the evening hours and were forced to allow students time off for military duties with no consequences to the student for his absence. I was further surprised by the large number of CLEP tests and life experiences that UM allowed as credits toward my degree."
"Prior to beginning the process of acquiring my degree, I was unaware that the University of Maryland offered part-time courses on military installations. These courses took place in the evening hours and were forced to allow students time off for military duties with no consequences to the student for his absence. I was further surprised by the large number of CLEP tests and life experiences that UM allowed as credits toward my degree."
"I was surprised that the school was so small. I was also surprised that the class sizes were so small, but this made for a better learning experience."
"I was pleased with the level of professionalism that the instructors had. I was also pleased with the social interaction with other students that was created by going to school on a campus instead of online."

How do people describe their job hunt?How do people describe their job hunt?

"I found my job hunt somewhat difficult. Most employers wanted more experience or a real degree."
"My job hunting experience, from a post-degree standpoint, was very simple. I merely looked into large companies in Texas that were known to hire computer programmers and I was offered, and accepted, a position at the very first firm to which I applied."
"Prior to completing my program, I started sending out my resume and applying for applicable positions. After I finished, I began interviewing for every position that I felt applied to my degree. In technology, it's important to use online job boards for listings and interview as much as possible."