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Overview

This 60-credit Associate in Science degree program prepares students for study in information technology. This degree is intended as a transfer degree to prepare students for continued studies at a baccalaureate institution. The business and technology associate of science degree is a great place to start in information technology. Spend 2 years at LSC, then transfer to a 4-year college. You can save a lot on your overall 4-year tuition by attending Lake Superior College for the first 2 years rather than attending a private college or state university.

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Skills & Knowledge

The business and technology AS degree is intended to prepare students to continue their studies at a 4-year college.

Plan Your Education

The Program Guide is a tool to help you map out how to successfully get your degree at Lake Superior College.

Program Guide

“I found my niche at LSC. It prepared me for the professional world.”

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Elizabeth EggeAlum, Liberal Arts and Sciences A.A., Business and Technology A.S. and Business Administration A.S.

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Find out what your interests and strengths are with this 10-minute online assessment. Then see what careers and programs at Lake Superior College may line up with them!

$11,000

Approximate total tuition & fees for MN residents to complete this degree. Starting Fall 2018, LSC will charge the same rates regardless of a student’s state of residence. Non-Minnesota residents will pay the same tuition rates as Minnesota residents.

Tuition & Fees

2 Years

The business and technology degree may be completed in 2 years if prerequisites are complete.

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Educational Pathways

As a business and technology AS graduate, you’ll be prepared to transfer to a bachelor’s program at a four-year college. You should make transfer arrangements with your college of choice as early as possible in your degree. This will allow time for planning. You’ll need to choose courses that will meet your own learning objectives as well as the requirements of the college you’ve chosen to transfer to.

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