Liberal Arts & Sciences

Liberal Arts & Sciences

The study of Liberal Arts & Sciences at Minnesota State College Southeast creates life-long learners who can lead rich academic, professional, civic, and personal lives. Liberal Arts & Sciences coursework includes these subject areas: 

MSC Southeast offers three academic programs:

Why study the liberal arts & sciences at MSC Southeast?

You will earn transferable college credits that can save thousands of dollars on a four-year college degree. We offer a student-centered environment with small class sizes, welcoming staff, and knowledgeable instructors. You will have access to high tech classrooms, software, and equipment. The Learning Resource Center serves as both a computer lab and a center for tutoring to help you succeed in all your courses.

Most of all, MSC Southeast offers a practical, flexible, and easily accessible college education.

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