Online Biofuels Certificates


Southeastern's Biofuels Program

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Biofuels can reduce the United States dependence on foreign oil and significantly reduce pollution.  Southeastern Illinois College has committed to providing high quality and convenient training to support a well-trained biofuels workforce.  These programs prepare individuals for entry level bioenergy positions or professional development in the biofuels sector.

Spring 2017 Courses Available


Certificates & A.A.S. Descriptions:

  Student Success Stories

  Biofuels Internships


  Cost: $364 per 3 credit hour course (approximate, includes fees)

     Online courses: $99 per credit hour
     Distance Learning fee: $25 per course
     Student activity fee: $2.00 per credit hour
     Technology fee: $6.00 per credit hour
     Facility fee: $6.00 per credit hour

  Admissions (click to register or enroll)



        Benjamin Ross
        Biofuels Program Coordinator
        618-252-5400, Ext. 2248
        Renee Loesche
        Director-BIB Curriculum & Training Development
        Dr. Karen Weiss
Vice President for Academic Affairs
618-252-5400, Ext. 2200

For more information on employment and educational opportunities, click on the links below:

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