The College at Southeastern is a school of Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. The College offers undergraduate associate and baccalaureate degree programs as well as a Master of Arts in Intercultural Studies.
The core of each Undergraduate degree requires courses from the following three areas of knowledge: humanities and fine arts, social and behavioral sciences, and natural sciences and mathematics. Click here to view the breakdown of each core requirement .
All Bachelor of Arts students at The College at Southeastern complete a selected major and a minor in Christian Studies. Students may also select a second major or a second minor. The Core Curriculum is composed of two elements: General Studies (48hrs) and Christian Studies minor (24hrs). Any hours remaining after the student’s first major, the Christian studies minor and any additional major and minor are free electives.
All Bachelor of Science students at The College of Southeastern complete a major in Global Studies or Pastoral Ministry (45hrs), a General Studies Core Curriculum (36hrs), and vocational training electives (45hrs). The vocational training elective hours must be satisfied by one of these options: (1) transfer into The College at Southeastern with a tent-making A.A./A.S. degree from a community college; (2) dual enroll at The College at Southeastern and a community college in order to receive theological and vocational training at the same time; students must provide documentation from the community college outlining the vocational degree or certification requirements they will be pursuing; (3) complete the The College at Southeastern Business Minor and satisfy the remaining hours with free electives.
In order to graduate, baccalaureate students must complete at least 127 credit hours.
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