What's in your future? Choose your own path, whether it's hands-on training in high technology or beginning a bachelor's degree by earning an associate of arts degree.
The application deadline has been extended until August 10 for MLT. Learn about this challenging and rewarding career option.
Exciting hands-on learning combined with a rigorous foundation in engineering technology theory - start work after you graduate, or transfer to one of our university partners
On campus in Winona or 100% online -- the choice is yours when it comes to a challenging, flexible new career in accounting
The sky’s the limit in retail and sales management. Set your own goals and lead your team to success.
MSC Southeast offers new 2-year degree in Electrical Engineering Technology, opens Industrial Controls lab, and announces new partnerships with Winona State University, Milwaukee School of Engineering, and area high schools
MSC Southeast welcomes Minnesota State chancellor-designate Dr. Devinder Malhotra to Red Wing campus.
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