Major in Applied Technology
The Bachelor of Applied Science program recognizes the work of students who have earned a technically-oriented Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree from an accredited institution. This program allows student to build on their AAS curriculum to complete a 4-year bachelor’s degree, giving opportunity for career advancement.
Major in Business Administration
Prepares students for a variety of professional opportunities through a flexible method of delivery, and it holds the AACSB accreditation. The Healthcare Administration option focuses on the business component of healthcare.
Major in Business Administration: Accounting
Our AACSB-accredited program teaches you auditing, financial, cost and tax accounting and how it applies to your future career. You’ll start with the basics and work your way up to classes tailored to fit your interests and needs.
Major in Computer Information Systems
The goal of this program is the education of software developers - the people who create the software tools and systems that are used by others.
Major in Criminal Justice
The Criminal Justice major currently requires a total of 45 hours consisting of 30 hours of core courses and 15 hours in academic track courses.
Human Environmental Studies: Family Studies Option
The discipline of Family Studies examines the interactions and social forces that contribute to healthy functioning families and romantic relationships.
Major in General Studies
The major itself is largely comprised of electives of choice, in addition to the general graduation requirements necessary for all students.
Major in Healthcare Administration
The BSBA in Healthcare Administration focuses on the business component of healthcare.
Major in Healthcare Management
Prepares students for a variety of administrative opportunities in the healthcare industry being ideal for part-time students or those who cannot travel to the Southeast campus to take courses.
Choose 2-4 Areas of Emphasis
For the major in Interdisciplinary Studies, students develop an individual study plan tailored to their career and professional goals.
RN to BSN completion
The completion program in nursing recognizes the prior nursing knowledge and experience of licensed registered nurses (RNs) through advanced placement into the nursing curriculum, allowing a fast and flexible path to your Bachelor's degree. Please be aware that students must be a permanent resident of Missouri, Illinois, Kentucky or Arkansas.
Major in Psychology
Provides a general background in basic processes (learning and memory), cognitive processes, social psychology, developmental psychology, clinical/personality psychology, and statistics and research design.
Choose 1 Primary and 1 Secondary Concentration Area
This major allows you to focus your coursework in the disciplines of Anthropology, Criminal Justice, Economics, History, Political Science, Psychology, Sociology.
Completion option in Technology Management
The completion program in technology management recognizes previous technical knowledge by allowing qualified students to gain advanced placement into the technology management curriculum.
This program prepares students to become practitioners of Applied Behavior Analysis who work with individuals with autism spectrum disorders and other neurodevelopmental disabilities.
The Master of Science in Applied Computer Science graduate degree prepares you for career advancement in the computing field.
The MS in Criminal Justice is a cooperative program offered by Southeast Missouri State University and Missouri Southern State University. This degree is ideal for those beginning a new career or seeking advancement in law enforcement, corrections, probation and parole, juvenile services, victim advocacy or criminal justice management.
This online graduate degree offers three emphasis areas: Reading, Math/Science, and Early Childhood Education.
Designed to prepare elementary, secondary building level principals and k-12 directors of special education.
This online graduate degree offers three emphasis areas: Mild/Moderate Cross-Categorical, Autism, and Early Childhood Special Education.
Designed for those with an undergraduate degree in a related field, such as communication disorders, psychology or child development, but not certified as a teacher.
Prepares individuals to teach in a STEM field (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) who need initial teaching licensure.
MBA in General Management
The general management option is ideal for individuals aspiring to advance into upper managerial positions and holds the same AACSB accreditation as our other options available on-campus.
MBA in Health Administration
The health administration option prepares students for a variety of administrative opportunities in the healthcare industry.
If you are currently employed in healthcare or seeking advancement in this area, this masters program is for you. The additional healthcare training will allow individuals to better perform in their current position and future positions.
The Master of Science in Management degree is especially well suited for people who do not have a major in business administration at the undergraduate level, but are employed in positions with managerial responsibilities.
MPA in Public Administration
All students take 21 hours of Master of Public Administration core courses, an additional 12 hours of electives, and complete an internship or thesis (3 hours). All required courses will be completed on campus at Southeast Missouri State University or via web-based instruction.
MBA in Sport Management
Students who are interested in the Sport Management dimensions of business desire an option in Sport Management in the MBA program which requires at least 33 hours.
Ideal for individuals interested in teaching English as another language, including work with children in pre-school through high school, in adult education programs with refugees and immigrants or in college and university programs.
Prepares teacher-leaders who excel in teaching and learning in non-administrative roles in their schools.
The Master of Science in Technology Management program at Southeast incorporates appropriate theories and practices utilized in "real-world" applications for addressing the needs of modern industries.
Minors are a great way to diversify your academic transcript or learn about a discipline beyond your major. Contact your advisor or our online program specialist to learn more about how you can build minors in to your degree plan: 573-651-2766 or email@example.com.
ESOL certification allows teachers to enhance their ability to address the needs of limited English proficient children in the K-12 classroom. Prospective students must hold a valid teaching certificate in the state of Missouri and have prior coursework in Teaching Reading in the Content Areas and Psychology of the Exceptional Child. Missouri State (DESE) requirements for the ESOL Certification program include 21 hours of coursework in the areas of Theories of Second and Foreign Language Learning, Methods and Techniques of TESOL, Materials and Assessment of TESOL, Linguistics, Sociolinguistics, and Practicum in TESOL.
The undergraduate certificate from Southeast introduces the student pursuing any major to the practices and principles of ESOL as well as the study of language and culture. Students complete 15 hours of coursework that include four modules: Linguistics, Language Acquisition, Methods and Techniques for Teaching ESOL, and Language and Culture.
The Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) Certificate Program enables students to attain knowledge and skills essential in making a positive impact on individuals with ASD. The increasing prevalence and large research-to-practice gap in educational programs drives this critical need. We offer a 15 credit hour certificate program that is available as an add-on to an undergraduate degree or can be incorporated into a graduate degree. The courses are also available to non-degree seeking students wanting to learn more and make a positive impact on individuals with ASD. Courses are taught as online courses with opportunities to meet face-to-face if desired.
Looking for non-credit certification options? Visit the Office of Extended and Continuing Education for more information.
This degree is designed to prepare superintendents; career elementary and secondary building level principals; and career K-12 directors of special education.
Designed to enhance the skill set of teacher leaders and prepare them to serve at the building or district-level in the areas of Curriculum and Data, Operations, Human Resource, or Instructional Technology.