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Already attaining a degree? Plug into your specialty! Double majoring in separate career fields is an excellent way to move ahead. Examples of degrees from Southeast Tech that would work well with Entrepreneurship include Automotive, Business, Computers, Early Childhood and Horticulture.
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Award Types: AAS Degree
Total Credit Required to Graduate: 68 (AAS)

Are you dreaming about opening your own business but you’re not sure how? At Southeast Tech, get to where you want to be in just two years with an Entrepreneurship degree. Learn what you’ll need to be a success from the start as a small business owner. Develop skills in management, marketing, accounting, communication, human resources, business law and computers.

And at Southeast Tech, you can choose to complete your degree in one of two ways. Take it entirely online or traditional classroom style with Fridays off! 

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This degree is a Bring Your Own Laptop (BYOL) program, meaning you can purchase a laptop on your own or from the Southeast Tech Support Center.



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Award Types: AAS Degree
Total Credit Required to Graduate: 68 (AAS)


Jean Rose, MA
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Jean brings a unique perspective to the classroom as she is a long time entrepreneur through her ownership of a local restaurant and an agricultural land owner and manager.

Education: MA, Augustana College; BS, Huron University
Stacy McManus, MS
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Stacy has more than eighteen years of professional experience that includes cost accounting, human resource management, and post-secondary education.  

Her background experience includes Cost Accounting for the State of SD and a local printing company.  After earning her Master’s degree she worked as a human resource professional for a large healthcare network and in the corporate HR offices of Communication Services for the Deaf.  Stacy is also an active member of both the local and national chapters of Society for Human Resource Management.

As an instructor, Stacy teaches many business courses such as Introduction to Business, Human Resource Management, Supervisory Management, Personal Finance, Business Communications, Organizational Behavior, Business Law, and Human Resource Law.

Education: MS, Colorado Technical University; BS, Black Hills State University





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