A new program to teach college and university students computer information systems is in the works in Michigan.
The College and Universities Michigan program is being developed by the Michigan State University, the University of Michigan and the University College.
Students will receive online classes to learn how to use computers, access software, download software and other computer-related topics.
Michigan State University announced plans in December to begin the program, which will teach students a programming language called C++.
Students can take classes for free, but students are also able to pay for extra tuition and fees.
The program is designed to allow students to learn to code in a safe and non-intrusive way, according to the college’s news release.
It will also include classes on how to write applications and web pages, and how to make software that will work on the Internet.
The program is open to all students and will offer the opportunity to take a computer science degree from the university.
Michigan state and Michigan university leaders have said they are excited about the program.
“We are very excited about this exciting new way of learning computer skills,” said Stephanie D. Cottrell, director of the Michigan Department of Education.
“It will allow us to be a leader in helping Michigan students learn to use our state’s technology.”
The announcement comes as the state faces a budget crunch and public scrutiny over the quality of the state’s education.
In recent weeks, the state has been grappling with a $2.7 billion deficit and the federal government is cutting back on its spending.
The federal government has not yet released its 2018 budget, but officials have said it will reduce the number of teachers in the state by 20 percent by 2020.
In the meantime, lawmakers are considering increasing the state minimum wage from $9.30 to $10.10 per hour.