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Posted: Wednesday, 21 May 2014 9:40AM

LMC Offering First-Ever Bachelor's Degree Program This Fall



Students in the Energy Production Technology associate degree program at Lake Michigan College will be able to stay at LMC to earn their bachelor's degree in the field. LMC President Dr. Bob Harrison says they have been approved to offer a Bachelor of Applied Science in Energy Production and Distribution Management, with the program geared toward training students for jobs at Cook and Palisades.

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Officials at the Cook and Palisades nuclear plants have assisted the college with the development of the program, which specializes in the knowledge and technical skills managers need to excel in the industry. The baccalaureate degree is a natural fit for the College in light of its experience with the Energy Production Technology associate degree program introduced in 2008. The College developed the associate degree program with guidance from Cook Nuclear Plant and Palisades Nuclear Plant to prepare students with entry-level technical skills. To date, more than 100 students have graduated from the associate degree program.

   

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