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Applied Science Degree Approved At Southeast Technical Institute

Applied Science Degree Approved At Southeast Technical Institute

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SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) — The South Dakota Board of Education has approved a two-year associate of applied science degree program for electricians at Southeast Technical Institute in Sioux Falls.

The program is designed to provide graduates with the skills to become electricians and to establish hours toward licensure requirements.

The board on Monday also approved the addition of an aviation option to the agriculture program at Lake Area Technical Institute in Watertown. Graduates will obtain a private pilot’s license and be trained to work in the field of agriculture aviation as an aerial application pilot, aerial application technician or aerial application owner and operator.

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