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General Education Development
The General Education Development (GED®) learning path helps people earn their high school equivalency diploma. Getting a GED allows you the opportunity for higher wages and a more sustainable career. According to South Dakota Labor and Regulation, someone with a high school equivalency diploma will earn almost $12,000 more annually than someone without.
The SDDLR recognizes the importance of this educational milestone and provides the General Educational Development (GED®) program to help those who have not completed a regular high school program leading to a diploma.
Want More Information?
Visit the South Dakota Department of Labor & Regulation for more information about the GED® program and study materials.
Choose Your Learning Path
No two people are the same. Why should their education be? Choose a path of learning that fits your life.
InternshipsBuild experience as a student or recent graduate with internships relevant to your field of study.
CertificatesLearn new skills or master a field you already know with cost-effective, convenient certificate programs.
Cyber ResidenciesEarn real wages and gain practical skills outside of the classroom in a blended learning experience.
Tech/Assoc. DegreesChoose from a wide range of courses and programs where you’ll learn skills tailored to fit a high-demand job market.
Dual Credit ClassesGet a head start! Dual credit classes enable high school students to earn college credit before they step foot on campus.
Bachelor’s DegreesThis isn't your grandparents’ college classroom. Now you can get your degree on-campus, online, or a bit of both.
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