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Enroll today: 2-year online accounting degree!

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With a focus on providing our students the most flexible course delivery options possible, Southeast Technical offers a 2-year A.A.S. accounting degree that can be completed entirely online. Other accounting degrees and certificates offer online courses in tandem with daytime or evening courses on the Winona campus. You can enroll in the Southeast Technical accounting program in either the fall or spring semester and attend classes on a full-time or part-time basis.

Once you have your degree in hand, you'll find that the opportunities for meaningful and challenging employment are plentiful in companies of all sizes. Learn more at Southeast Technical’s accounting page.

New early childhood education program slated for fall 2011

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Just in time for fall 2011 registration, Southeast Technical is announcing  plans to expand course offerings to include a two-year online associate in science (A.S.) degree in early childhood education.

Southeast Technical’s new early childhood education program will help students fulfill stricter state mandates for preschool education, and will also benefit those pursuing careers as a professional nanny, assistant teacher, substitute teacher, childcare worker, childcare center staff, or child advocate. Through a 2+2 articulation agreement with Southwest Minnesota State University, students can also complete half of the credits needed to become an elementary teacher through the two-year online early childhood education program at Southeast Technical.

“We are enthusiastic to broaden the opportunities for our current and future students,” said Southeast Technical instructor Rachel Cataract, who teaches in the college’s professional nanny and family childcare program.

Cataract also noted that the program’s structure will help both traditional and non-traditional students gain new skills in an efficient manner: “The online format creates a flexible learning environment for active students, while the low student-instructor ratio nurtures personal development through reflective practice, insight, inquiry, deepened understanding, and lifelong learning.”

Students interested in pursuing a career in early childhood education are encouraged to learn more at the early childhood education page. Scholarships for this program area are available at through the T.E.A.C.H. Early Childhood Minnesota program.

Stress buster presentation to be held on Winona campus

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If end-of-semester stress is creeping into your life, be sure to attend the “Quick Stress Busters” presentation April 20 at 12:15 p.m. in room 131 on the Winona campus. The presentation will cover a variety of small tips and tricks in order to find temporary (and fast) relief from stress or anxiety.