Lincoln Land Community College will offer select courses for free this fall. LLCC will offer an agriculture watershed management class and a landscape lake ecology class at no cost to students. The classes are being offered for free thanks to grant money from the U.S. Department of Labor.
David Bowman is the Program Coordinator for Workforce Development at LLCC. He says the free classes offer students a free opportunity to see if either of these program is a route they want to take for their degree.
LLCC has a 2+2 agreement with SIU-Edwardsville, meaning students completing their agriculture watershed management and horticulture programs at LLCC can transfer to SIUE for a bachelor’s degree in integrative studies. Bowman says the student would not have to worry about their LLCC credit transferring to SIUE.
For more information on the agriculture watershed management and horticulture courses at LLCC, you can give Bowman a call at 786-2317, or you can click here for ag watershed management courses or here for horticulture courses.