PSEO students who are interested in career and technical courses may take one career and technical college level course at SCC, as early as grade 10.  If a student successfully completes the career and technical course with a C or higher, the student can take additional career and technical courses as long as he or she meets the assessment requirement for those courses.

Students who first enter PSEO programming through career and technical education can also begin to take PSEO general education courses in grades 11 and 12 by meeting the assessment prerequisites for the general education course they wish to enroll in, regardless of class rank, percentile on a nationally normed exam or high school grade point average.

Be sure to read the Post Secondary Enrollment Options page for all the details of enrollment requirements and the application process.


  • ACCT1700 Personal Financial Management
  • ACCT1800 Business Law
  • ACCT1810 Financial Accounting
  • ACCT1834 Computerized Accounting I


  • AGEC1100 Agriculture Economics
  • AGEC1200 Principles of Farm Records
  • AGRI1800 Employer/Employee Relations
  • AGRI1810 Intro to Sustainable Microfarming
  • ANSC1100 Livestock Production Principles
  • ANSC1200 Livestock Lab
  • ANSC2100 Principles of Animal Nutrition
  • MEAG1500 Facility Maintenance
  • PLSC1100 Soils I
  • PLSC1300 Agronomy I
  • PLSC1105 Forages and Pasture Management
  • SGAG1000 Agribusiness Orientation
  • SWPR1000 Intro to U.S. Pork Production
  • SWPR1050 Swine Artificial Insemination
  • SWPR1200 Swine Breeding Stock Management
  • SWPR1300 Nursery Finish Management

Architectural Drafting & Design

  • BDET1100 Intro to Building Design
  • BDET1150 AutoCAD


  • ABCT1805 Auto Body & Collision Technology Fundamentals

Automotive Services

  • AST1112 Introduction to Automotive Services

Business Management/Marketing

  • MKT1800 Introduction to Sales
  • MKT1810 Principles of Marketing
  • MKT1820 Introduction to Business
  • MKT1830 Customer Service
  • MKT1840 Principles of Advertising
  • MKT1900 Principles of Management
  • MKT1910 Entrepreneurship
  • MKT1920 Marketing Research
  • MKT1930 Human Resource Management
  • MKT1940 Leadership Strategies


  • CARP1110 Carpentry Tools and Safety
  • CARP1121 Print Reading

Civil Engineering

  • CTLS1110 Basic AutoCAD
  • CTLS1810 Intro to Surveying
  • CTLS1820 Materials Technology

Computer Careers

  • COMP1120 Foundations of Computing
  • COMP1125 Spreadsheet/Database Integration
  • COMP1140 Web for Business
  • COMP1200 PC Hardware and Software Essentials

Culinary Arts

  • CULN1100 Intro to Food Service

Early Childhood Education

  • ECE1205 Intro to Early Childhood Education
  • ECE1210 Child Growth and Development
  • ECE1220 Health, Wellness and Nutrition
  • ECE1230 Behavior Guidance
  • ECE1240 Diverse Children and Families Relations
  • ECE1270 Creative Activities and Environments

Geographic Information Systems (GIS)

  • GIS2840 Intro to Geographic Information Systems
  • GIS2841 Intermediate GIS

Graphic Communications

  • GCC1100 Intro to Graphic Communications (Fall) GCC1120 Graphic Software 1 (Fall & Spring)
  • GCC1220 Graphic Software 2 (Spring and pass GCC1120)


  • HC1000 Medical Terminology
  • HC1525 Health Care Core Foundations
  • HC1550 Electronic Health Records
  • HLTH1950 CPR
  • HLTH1952 First Aid

Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning/Refrigeration

  • HVAC2000 Electrical Circuits
  • HVAC2100 Refrigeration Theory
  • HVAC2251 Brazing
  • HVAC2340 Sheet Metal Ductwork Fabrication

Machine Tool Technology

  • MTT1110 CNC Milling Level I
  • MTT1120 CNC Turning Level I
  • MTT1130 Job Planning, Benchwork and Layout Level I
  • MTT1140 Measurement, Materials and Safety Level I
  • MTT1150 Machining Computations


  • CMAE1514 CMAE Safety Awareness
  • CMAE1518 Manufacturing Process and Production
  • CMAE1522 Quality Practices
  • CMAE1526 Maintenance Awareness
  • MECA2120 Fluid Power I
  • MECA1223 Mechanical Systems I

Nursing Assistant

  • HCTC1886 Nursing Assistant (must be 16 years of age)

Medical Assisting

  • MA1000 Medical Assisting Orientation

Medical Laboratory Technician

  • MDLT1810 Laboratory Techniques and Orientation

Office Administration & Technology

  • OTEC1001 Computer Software for College
  • OTEC1790 Keyboarding for College
  • OTEC1820 Business English
  • OTEC1822 Microsoft Excel
  • OTEC1840 Microsoft PowerPoint
  • OTEC1860 Microsoft Word
  • OTEC2800 Office Keyboarding
  • OTEC2810 Computer Technology
  • OTEC2820 Business Communications


  • PHLE1400 Intro to Phlebotomy
  • PHLE1450 Phlebotomy Skills


  • WELD1007 Blueprint Reading for Welding
  • WELD1011 Welding Safety
  • WELD1025 Intro to Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW)
  • WELD1035 Intro to Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW)
  • WELD1045 Intro to Gas Tungsten Arc Welding
  • WELD1055 Cutting and Brazing
  • WELD1075 Advanced Welding Lab

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  • Phone appointment: On the day of your appointment, the advisor will contact you at the phone number you provided when you scheduled the appointment.
  • Virtual appointment: A video appointment allows advisors to visually share information with you. Prior to your appointment, you will receive a confirmation email with a link to your scheduled appointment.


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Faribault Campus Phone and Video Appointments

North Mankato Campus Phone and Video Appointments

South Central College Contacts

Edel Fernandez
Edel Fernandez
Director of Admissions
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Phone:(507) 389-7444
North Mankato Office:A120-g
Laura Attenberger
Laura Attenberger
Director of Secondary Relations/Perkins Grant
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Phone:(507) 389-7241
North Mankato Office:A120-d