Family obligations, work schedules and travel requirements make it nearly impossible for many adults to attend traditional classes on campus. Southeast Tech’s online programs eliminate those hurdles! All you need is a compatible computer, Internet access, organization skills and determination to get your degree and be on your way to employment success!
Our online courses are interactive, student centered and taught by highly qualified, experienced faculty. Southeast Tech is dedicated to provide you relevant degrees, and classes are laid out to build sequentially and balance the amount of time required to successfully complete the program. Courses are structured with weekly assignments and deadlines. Students are provided with the tools needed to be successful through videos, lectures, assignments and interactions with faculty.
Southeast Tech offers select business and marketing classes in an 8-week, 100% online format, ideal for students who are trying to upgrade their career while in the workforce.
Wondering if online classes are right for you? Our readiness questionnaire asks the important questions to help you determine your next steps.
What skills are necessary to be successful as an online student? Read about the technology, time management, organizational and communication skills that make online students successful.
Southeast Technical College has been approved to participate in State Authorization Reciprocity Agreements (NC-SARA).
NC-SARA is an agreement among member states that establishes comparable national standards
for interstate offering of postsecondary distance education courses and programs.
The agreement makes it easier for students to take online courses offered by postsecondary
institutions based in another state.
Students located SARA member states can make SARA complaints Online students in California should make complaints to California's Bureau of Private Postsecondary Education.
Student complaints concerning online courses and programs that have not been resolved through Southeast Technical College's complaint process may appeal to the South Dakota Board of Technical Education, the South Dakota Board of Regents or the Higher Learning Commission.