Whether in public or private, for-profit or non-profit sectors, the business world dearly needs these kinds of leaders. If you’d like to meet that need, we’d like to meet you.
Southeastern’s management program begins with our Christ-centered liberal arts (general education) core curriculum, where you develop an understanding and appreciation of God and His creation, human creativity and reason, and our place of responsibility as stewards in the world God has made. As you forge links between what you’ve learned in the core and the more specialized courses in your major, our hope is that you also begin to relate all that you learn to your life and your faith.
Within the management major itself, our approach to the subject is current and hands on, so that you have the practical knowledge you need to succeed in the business world; it’s also Biblical, because we want you to gain a deep understanding of the moral and ethical implications of the management decisions you make.
Southeastern makes every effort to stay connected to the local business community – so when it’s time for you to take your knowledge beyond the classroom, there are abundant opportunities for you to make contact with local leaders. Community service projects, internships, externships, and class projects allow you to get out there and gain experience. While you’re learning, you’re also using your expertise to make meaningful contributions to local organizations, from business to churches to non-profit agencies.
Because we encourage our students to gain experience in the local community, upon graduation, Southeastern management majors are, quite naturally, actively pursued by area businesses and organizations. Whether you elect to seek employment or choose to go on for graduate study in an MBA program, you’ll join a growing group of Southeastern alumni who are making their mark in management. Take a look at what some of our recent alumni are doing now: