Bachelor of Science in Management

Whether in public, private, for-profit or nonprofit sectors, the business world dearly needs leaders who view management as a calling rather than just a career. Make valuable and strategic connections in the local business community that will aid you in your career.To meet this need, Southeastern University’s Christ-centered management program gives students the foundation of skills and understandings necessary to tackling a variety of business situations — from supervising and training to planning and directing. Our management majors participate in community service projects, internships and class projects to gain experience and make valuable connections in the local business community, connections that often lead to great first jobs. We also offer a competitive Master of Business Administration program that may be a natural next step after graduation.

Gain business know-how through the lens of a Christian worldview.

Program Details

15 hours of pre-business core
24 hours of business core
22 hours of major core
55 hours of general education
8 hours of electives

Total credit hours — 124

Sample Core Courses

  • Human Resource Management (MNGT 3173) — This course is a survey of the practices of staffing, development, employee relations, compensation and documentation applied to achieve productivity and the quality of work life. Topics include equal opportunity and other regulations impacting human performance.
  • Organizational Behavior (MNGT 3183) — This is a study of behavioral science theory and practice exploring management, leadership, motivation, group dynamics, relations and organizational systems. Topics will concentrate on applying organizational resources for optimal efficiency.
  • Enactus (BUSI 3743) — This course is designed to give students practical instruction in leadership and the free enterprise system and includes a significant service learning component. Student teams create and implement community-based business projects that are designed to enhance economic opportunities for community members. This focus on business as missions develops a commitment to social responsibility in the context of entrepreneurship and small-business management.

Pre-Business Core

Data Management Analysis

Business Communications I

Principles of Financial Accounting


Principles of Managerial Accounting

Business Core

Principles of Finance

Principles of Management

Business Communications II


Business Law I

Business Analytics II

Management Information Systems

Business Policies

Required Major Core

International Business

Human Resource Management

Organizational Behavior

Leadership, Followership and Teamwork

Production and Operations Management


Business Senior Seminar

3 Credit Hours from the Following Major Core

Introduction to Business as Mission

Leading Organizational Change

Leadership Forum


Retail Management


Sales manager

Account manager

Human resources manager

Small-business owner