See the latest updates and information regarding the COVID-19 pandemic at semo.edu/covid19.
Next sessions begin
The A.A.S. in Computer Technology is a technically-focused program designed for students on a career path in technology. This degree is ideal for those interested in technically oriented tasks such as designing and implementing computer networks, solving production problems, designing computer graphics, or designing multimedia projects.
After completing the A.A.S. in Computer Technology, students can smoothly transfer credits towards the online bachelor’s degree in technology management and the online master’s degree in technology management.
You won’t be on your own. You’ll have the support of faculty and your advisor, plus access to a variety of student services including Career Services, the IT Help Desk, and research databases.
per credit hour
semesters to complete
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.
As a computer technology student, you’ll gain practical and professional skills to begin your journey toward management in industrial-based environments. This program allows you to take classes based on your interests while completing general education requirements.
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. Prerequisite: IM 300. (3).
MN 220 Engineering Economic Analysis.
Engineering economy topics include the effects of the time- value of money, concepts of equivalence, replacement analysis, cost/benefit analysis, tax consequences and cost of capital depreciation related to a manufacturing or engineering environment. Prerequisite: MA 115 or MA 116 or MA 137 or MA 139 or MA 140 with a minimum grade of C. (3).
MN 260 Technical Computer Programming (3).
This course will focus on high level programming languages and their applications in industrial technology. Two hours lecture; two hours lab. Prerequisite: MA 115 or MA 116 or MA 137. (3).