August 25, 2017
Lake Area Technical Institute has been ranked number one among the top 20 colleges for an online associates in small business management by Great Value Colleges. The ranking was published on the organization’s website in August.
This ranking was created using the National Center for Education Statistics’ College Navigator database. The top 20 great value colleges for an online associate’s degree in small business management were selected and ranked based on points awarded for tuition value, relevancy of the curriculum to the demands of the field, student-to-faculty ratio, national recognition for educational excellence, a special rate or discount for online students, and exceptional students’ services for digital learners.
Founded in 1965 as the first technical school in South Dakota, Lake Area Technical Institute (LATI) now has 29 programs (12 online e-degrees) and more than 2,000 enrolled students.
Lake Area Technical Institute won the 2017 Aspen Prize for Community College Excellence, awarded by the Aspen Institute out of more than 1,000 community colleges nationwide. With a student-to-faculty ratio of 16:1, their online associate of applied science in business, entrepreneurship option is a 72 credit hour program including studies in business enterprise and competitive analysis. This program presumes part-time student status and can be completed in an 18- or 20-month sequence. Lake Area Technical Institute is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission. Read more about the school at the following link: https://www.lakeareatech.edu/academics/edegrees/entrepreneurship-e-degree/
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