The Bachelor of Science in Global Studies introduces students to the variety and complexity of cultures around the world. Students are taught to understand people of other countries, worldviews, and religions and to interact with them winsomely. This program has a special emphasis of connecting this specialization with the core elements of Christian studies.
Students must complete twenty-one hours of BS Electives in addition to one of the two additional options: a Vocational degree or certificate from another institution or the Business Minor. Please ensure that you have communicated with the Registrar’s Office about which of these options you are pursuing.
If a student is not actively enrolled in classes at Southeastern for a year, their account will become inactive. In order to avoid this if doing vocational electives elsewhere, students must be enrolled in a Continuous Enrollment course. Students should inform the Registrar’s Office (firstname.lastname@example.org) when they are taking elective courses elsewhere and not actively taking courses at Southeastern.
Required B.S. Electives (21)
Select any twenty-one hours of undergraduate courses:
***1*** - Free Elective
***2*** - Free Elective
***3*** - Free Elective
***4*** - Free Elective
Vocational Electives (18)
Eighteen hours that are completed in a vocation and transferred into the College at Southeastern. Reminder students can fulfill this Vocational requirement by either: (1) transfering into The College at Southeastern with a “tent-making” A.A./A.S. degree from a community college; or (2) dual enrolling 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.