2 Years at West Shore,
+ 2 Years at the U of Michigan
Earn an average of $69,000 per year!*
Do you think it's possible? It is—when you become a graduate of West Shore's AA in Digital Literacy program.
A Complicated Future
The 21st century is marked by complex, ever-changing social and technological systems. As these systems evolve, many traditional career paths will disappear.
But research shows that college graduates with good communication skills, analytical and problem-solving abilities, and an awareness of the multicultural world in which we live will be able to adapt and thrive in the future.
How The AA Digital Literacy Can Help
The AA in Digital Literacy has been carefully designed to give you the skills that will set you apart in today’s knowledge society. With just the right blend of courses, the AA in Digital Literacy degree program will teach you the communication and technological skills that will make your life—and others’ lives—better. And you don’t have to become a computer programmer to do it, if that’s not your thing.
Here's what you need to know in a nutshell:
The AA in Digital Literacy program
- meet the requirements of the Michigan Transfer Agreement
- is a perfect gateway to the Bachelor of Science in Information program at the University of Michigan’s School of Information
- 100% of the U of M's BSI program graduates found jobs—in field—at an average salary of 69,000-70,000 per year.
Can I Really Get in to The U of M?
Yes. The U of M’s School of Information wants students with a broad liberal arts foundation—and it’s actively recruiting community college students just like you. All you need to be eligible to apply are 54 college credits with a grade of “C” or better, (including three pre-requisite courses in English, math, and introductory computer programming).
Have Questions? Want to Connect? Contact Us!
Call 231-843-5510, or
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*Not a guarantee of employment. See the U of M's BSI Employment Outcomes Report for details.