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Minnesota State College Southeast
A Technical & Community College
PSEO Concurrent

Online Credits in the High School

Student using a laptopAt MSC Southeast, all of our online offerings are available to PSEO high school students. This includes a host of transfer-friendly liberal arts courses as well as our exclusively online degree programs, such as Computer Aided Design, Accounting, Creative Writing, and more. 

In addition, participating high schools have opportunity to retain state funding and get reduced tuition rates by contracting with us to provide these pathways for their own students. 

It's a win-win-win scenario for everyone involved, but especially for participating students, who get free college credits and top-notch instruction from MSC Southeast faculty, who have been at the forefront of online education from its inception.

Are you eligible for Online PSEO classes?

Check the PSEO/C2C Program Student Eligibility page to see if you meet the requirements to participate in PSEO. 

 

 

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