Student success is important to Southeast Tech faculty, and all faculty are involved in assessing student learning. Upon completion of an Associate in Applied Science degree, Southeast graduates will have competence in the following four common learning outcomes: 

Technology: Graduates will be able to explain industry-relevant concepts (knowledge), and demonstrate industry-relevant technical skills (performance).
Communication: Graduates will be able to define the purpose of the communication; organize and structure the communication; provide supporting material; demonstrate precision of language; and professionally deliver and format the communication.
Problem Solving & Critical Thinking: Graduates will be able to define the problem; analyze the problem; generate solutions; evaluate solutions; and select the best solution.
Professionalism: Graduates will be able to demonstrate positive work ethic; collaborate as part of a team; adapt to change; adhere to professional standards; and model integrity and ethics.