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Advance Your Career

Build on your Associate of Applied Science to earn an advanced degree and propel your career. This Southeast STEM degree gives you the foundations of technology to pursue careers in networking, graphics, electrical and mechanical systems, and more.

100% Flexible

Because the degree is 100% online, you'll have the flexibility to finish without ever having to come to campus. Plus, you'll have the same expert faculty who teach on campus teaching your online courses.

Southeast's Personal Support

Online and on your schedule doesn't mean on your own. Award-winning faculty, advisors, and our skilled Career Services team will guide you to your goals. With an emerging tech market and our 92% successful graduate outcomes rate, you'll gain the skills and credentials you need to succeed.

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  • Integrates with AAS for seamless transfer
  • Customizable to your preferred industry
  • Course reviewed with Quality Matters
  • Award-winning advising and coaching team
  • Year-round classes to reduce time to degree

We let our graduates do the talking...

"Southeast online is about you. It helps you to be a better person. I learned time management, I learned how much more I can do, I learned that if I have a problem there are people that can help me. I would not be where I am today without Southeast!"Bessie Conner, '14, Southeast Online graduate

Our Alumni Go Places.

Career-ready practical experience and technology-based courses prepare you for today's knowledge economy.

Below are just a few examples of the companies who hire graduates from the College of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics at Southeast Missouri State.

  • AgDynamic, LLC
  • AgXplore
  • Ameren
  • Arkansas State Crime Lab
  • Bayer
  • Bilfinger Industrial Services
  • BioKyowa
  • Bohn and Dawson
  • CGB Enterprises
  • EMSL Analytical, Inc.
  • Enterprise Holdings
  • ExxonMobil
  • Fastenal Company
  • Fisher Delta Research
  • Helena Chemical Company
  • MFA Oil Company
  • Missouri Department of Natural Resources
  • Pipestone Systems
  • Red Bud Industries
  • Saudi Ministry of Agriculture
  • Shawnee National Forest

This STEM degree allows you to build on your AAS and pursue a profession in physical sciences, technology, management, and more. In addition to your online course work, you'll have the opportunity for real-world experience through a senior design capstone course and labs to help you build your resume while furthering your education. This means you're on a career-ready path from day one.

  • Completion of an Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree from a regionally accredited institution

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  • IM 300. Technical Communication.
    Practical aspects of preparing technical reports with emphasis on techniques of collecting and presenting technical and scientific data. (3)
  • IM 301. Industrial Safety Supervision.
    Introduces the development and supervision of a hazard control program. Includes development of safety attitudes, detection/correction of unsafe work conditions and legislation. (3).
  • IM 311. Statistical Process Control.
    Data acquisition and analysis using quantitative techniques related to the management of quality assurance systems and/or quality improvement programs. (3).

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  • "As a teacher, my goal is to help students develop a fundamental approach to solve problems that are encountered in the physical world. Instead of focusing on the solution to a particular problem I encourage them to focus on the problem-solving methodology. This approach makes them think independently." 
    —Dr. Md Rasheduzzaman, Ph.D.
    Department of Engineering and Technology

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