Southeast Launches Technology Degrees

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN INDUSTRIAL AND SYSTEMS ENGINEERING

A new Bachelor of Science in industrial and systems engineering began last year to help meet workforce demands and offer access to STEM education opportunities in Southeast Missouri. While many jobs for graduates of the program will be in manufacturing, the skills can be applied in municipalities, transportation, logistics, health care, and other fields.

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SCIENCE

A new Bachelor of Science in geographic information science launched last year. The program studies data structures and computational techniques to capture, represent, process, and analyze geographic information. Think Google and Apple Maps.  It’s no wonder the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics expects jobs in this field to grow twice as fast as those in other fields.

BACHELOR OF APPLIED SCIENCE

A new Bachelor of Applied Science in applied technology provides a streamlined degree pathway for students who previously completed an Associate of Applied Science at a regionally accredited institution. Until now, the only option for AAS students at Southeast was a Bachelor of Science program requiring more credit hours than the new BAS.

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