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  • Regents Approve New Programs in Entrepreneurship, Applied Computer Science

    The Southeast Missouri State University Board of Regents today approved a new Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (BSBA) in entrepreneurship and a new Master of Science in applied computer science, both in efforts to meet workforce demands and local economic development interests. Both new programs will begin with the fall 2017 semester, pending approval […]
  • Engagement Center Adds Exporting Assistance To Services With International Trade Credential

    The Economic and Business Engagement Center at Southeast Missouri State University now has certified international exporting staff available to assist business and industry in southeast Missouri. Jakob Pallesen, a Small Business and Technology Development Center (SBTDC) business development associate, earned his Certified Global Business Professional credential in January. “An export strategy is another way that […]
  • Southeast’s Catapult Creative House Named an AACSB Innovation That Inspires

    The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) International has recognized Catapult Creative House, Southeast Missouri State University’s groundbreaking creative arts and industries incubator, as one of 35 innovations driving innovation in business education worldwide. The second annual Innovations That Inspire initiative recognizes institutions serving as champions of change in the business education landscape. […]
  • ‘Public Sculpture: The Art of the Proposal’ Opening Feb. 3 at Catapult

    Southeast Missouri State University’s Catapult Creative House announces the opening of “Public Sculpture: The Art of the Proposal” on Friday, Feb. 3. Public art is a growing entrepreneurial and expressive outlet that enlivens communities and alters everyday experiences by changing the visual landscape within public areas. Curated by Chris Wubbena, sculpture professor at Southeast Missouri […]