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A business degree from Southeast Missouri State means you're learning from a program in the top 5% in the world. We'll prepare you for a future in business, management, or administration.
It's about you. Customize your program based on your interests, 100% on your schedule, and 100% online.
Online and on your schedule doesn't mean on your own. Award-winning faculty, advisors, and our skilled Career Services team will guide you to your goals. Our accredited program boasts a 92% successful outcomes rate for graduates working in some of the world's largest corporations.
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This business administration degree builds skills in a variety of business disciplines to prepare you for a wide range of career opportunities. Southeast online students have access to real-world experiences, putting you on a career-ready path from day one. Industry-experienced faculty give you the edge in our AACSB-accredited program. Invest in your future today.
BA 101. The Business Universe.
Introductory study of business functions, current business issues, business careers, and the role of business in society. (3).
BA 252. Business Communication.
Strategies and skills for effective writing and speaking in business organizations. (2).
BA 490. Business Policy and Strategy.
A capstone course in business focusing on integrated corporate decision making in terms of strategy formulation, implementation, and evaluation. (3).