Create. Innovate. Dig deep into data. Apply computing skills to solve analytical programs. Plan the next big thing and acquire the business acumen to make it happen: you'll do that here.
At the Donald L. Harrison College of Business and Computing, we engage students in technology-rich experiential learning to serve the evolving global business environment. As a student you can:
- Start your own business.
- Design and build secure software solutions.
- Create interactive AI games.
- Compete in the highest caliber of competitions.
- Collaborate with faculty and fellow students on a research project.
- Design a marketing communications campaign.
- Take part in a global think tank.
Degrees & Programs
The College of Business and Computing offers more than 30 undergraduate and graduate programs across four departments in the college, graduating innovative, ethical and collaborative problem solvers.
A Top 3 MBA Program in Missouri
Enrolling in the MBA program at Southeast means you’re enrolling in one of the top 3 MBA programs in the state, according to The Princeton Review. Southeast’s program is affordable and holds the prestigious accreditation from AACSB International.
Business & Computing Scholarships
Generous donors and alumni also contribute to scholarships specific to our business and computing students. These endowed scholarships make earning a degree even more affordable for students.There's no additional paperwork to complete besides applying to Southeast. We'll find all the scholarships you're eligible for to apply to your financial aid package.
Explore the College
Learning CommunitiesSelect special interest housing and live in the same building with fellow Redhawks who share your academic interests and experiences. Current Learning Communities exist for business students, “CyberHawks,” computer science, engineering and more.
International Business ProgramPrepare for a career in all aspects of international commerce and trade; you’ll do that here. The International Business program provides a specialized curriculum for those interested in managerial careers in international business
Institute of CybersecurityGain the expertise to secure digital assets in connected cyber-infrastructure. Perform cutting edge research. Go up against the best in the annual Collegiate Cyber Defence Competition — students from Southeast’s Institute of Cybersecurity have been named the best in the state nine straight times.
Accreditation affirms the high-level quality of the business programs and the commitment to continuous improvement
Southeast Programs Are Accredited and Recognized By
College of Business and Computing by the Numbers
Graduates are employed or furthering their education six months after graduation.
We’re committed to getting you ready for your first professional position or better prepared to move into responsible leadership roles when opportunities for advancement arise.
Alumni connections to be made.
We have a network of close to 20,000 alumni working across the globe from some of the world’s largest corporations to some of today’s most innovative startups.
Top Business Programs
Our AACSB accreditation puts us among the top 5% of business programs in the world.
Corporate partnerships offering jobs and internships
Obtain work experience, apply concepts and theoretical knowledge to actual business situations, gain insights into career opportunities and become a potential candidate for full-time employment.
We engage students in technology-rich experiential learning to serve the evolving global business environment. As teacher-scholars, we advance interdisciplinary knowledge to graduate innovative, ethical and collaborative problem solvers, bringing lasting value to our region and beyond.
Our Advisory Board
Making sure our curriculum aligns with the marketplace is important. The College partners with an Advisory Board of professionals working in business and computing who counsel us on making sure you're a prepared, confident graduate who is career-ready for your first job and all those that will come after!
An accredited business education
The Will To Do
Dean, Harrison College of Business and Computing