Juggling the demands of work, home and school? Earn your degree or certificate from home.
For self-motivated learners with access to high-speed Internet and basic computer skills, the Institute's online learning options make cutting-edge education accessible any time from anywhere.
Recognized among the top 20 "Best Online Colleges in Texas" 2017-18, we continue to offer exciting new course offerings including:
- Associate of Applied Science Degree in Health Information Technology
- Certificate in Health Informatics
- Medical Coding Specialist Certificate
We also offer individual online coursesfrom several departments, including Allied Health and Sciences, Business Technologies, General Education and Developmental Studies, Public Service and Safety and Technology.
How Online Learning Works
Lamar Institute of Technology offers courses in three forms: fully online, fully face-to-face on campus and as hybrids that combine more than 50% of on-campus time with partial online time. Courses and programs offered fully online do not require a visit to the Institute campus, but may require a visit to a certified testing center, an on-ground lab and/or a work practicum site in the student’s local area.
Admissions, curriculum and graduation requirements for online courses are the same as classes taught on campus.While online students don’t attend in a traditional classroom, assignments and other course deadlines apply.
Lamar Institute of Technology also provides credit courses at several convenient off-campus sites including theFrank Robinson Center in Silsbee, Silsbee Middle School, Gist Correctional Facility and the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Department.
Find Out More About Online Learning
Questions about online learning? Contact the office of Jason Woodall, Director of Online Learning: (409) 981-6817, Technology Center Room 224