Programs of Study

Advisory Committees

Part of what makes a Minnesota State College Southeast relevant and responsive are the college’s Advisory Committees. Each academic program at Southeast Technical is guided by an Advisory Committee comprised of:

  • Faculty
  • Business professionals who employ graduates in the particular field
  • Recent graduates of the program
  • A current student in the program
  • A college dean or coordinator

The goal of an Advisory Committee is to help ensure that all aspects of MSC Southeast's academic programs reflect the needs and current conditions of the workplace, and that MSC Southeast graduates are prepared to meet the expectations of entry-level positions in their field. In short, Advisory Committees aim to ensure that MSC Southeast graduates will be successful in the workforce on day one.

If you are serving on an Advisory Committee, please download the Advisory Committee Handbook.


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