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Business Programs at Southeast Tech

Learn at the Speed of Business

In a business program at Southeast Technical College in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, you’ll develop skills in effective decision making, problem solving, organizing, planning, communication and technology with the help of instructors who bring real-world experience and practices into the classroom. What's more, is you can align your degree and career objectives by selecting from an array of business-related technical electives.

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8-Week Courses Available

Southeast Tech offers select business and marketing classes in an 8-week format, ideal for students who are trying to upgrade their career while in the workforce. Classes are fast, flexible and online with five different starting dates throughout the year, so you can choose the timeframe that works best to complete your two-year degree. 

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Online Courses

Southeast Tech has online courses that are interactive, student centered and taught by highly qualified, experienced faculty. Courses are structured with weekly assignments and deadlines. Students are provided with the tools needed to be successful through videos, lectures, assignments and interactions with faculty.

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ACBSP logoSoutheast Technical College’s Business Administration, Entrepreneurship, Accounting and Marketing programs are accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP).


Business Programs Mission

To welcome individuals from all backgrounds to learn and develop business skills that will lead to a challenging and rewarding career. Our focus is on integrity, communication, problem solving and technology for a constantly changing business industry.

Business Programs Values

  • Treat others with respect.
  • Engage in learning new things.
  • Always do the right thing. 
  • Make a positive impact.

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