Evening & Online MBA Programs

Southeastern is committed to the idea that servant leaders can be world changers, and our MBA program prepares you to be just that. Through our Christ-centered curriculum, you will gain the skills necessary not only to succeeding in business but also to making moral decisions in the workplace. Christian principles are the core strength of our courses, from marketing to accounting and economics to corporate finance. Our esteemed business faculty members, your most valuable resource at Southeastern, are committed to modeling these principles. Choose between convenient course options to best fit your busy schedule and learning style — evening classes at our Lakeland campus or online courses.They have spent decades working in the banking industry and major accounting firms, starting and running their own businesses, selling and marketing retail, working in information technology and serving in the military. All the knowledge and wisdom they gained through their careers is at your disposal, presented through the Christian worldview that all our faculty members share. In addition to our world-class faculty, we make it a point to offer flexible course schedules to fit the needs of busy professionals who want additional training, recent college grads who desire an MBA to boost their job search and those looking for a quick transition to a new career. You can take either evening classes at our Lakeland campus or online classes and complete the program in as few as 12 months. If you prefer a classroom setting, you will commute to Southeastern one night each week for class. Or if you choose online, you will connect with your professors and classmates through our online course management system, MyFire. The constant interaction through discussion boards, email, and phone and video conferences provides you with valuable feedback, and you have the freedom to work in whichever environment is most comfortable for you.

Concentrations Available

Executive Leadership
Missional Leadership
Sport Management

Learn alongside world-class faculty with decades of experience as bankers, business owners, accountants, marketing and IT professionals and many more.

Program Details

Total credit hours — 36 or 39, depending on the track chosen

Cost per credit hour — $525
Estimated total tuition cost — $18,900–$20,475

Financial Aid

We have Financial Aid staff dedicated specifically to graduate students. These staff members can assist you with coordinating employer assistance benefits, church-matching scholarships, federal aid, private loans, and military benefits. Convenient payment plans are also available.

Sample Core Courses

  • MBA Principles (BUSI 5003) — This course is a survey and examination of the fundamental cycles and operations of managerial accounting, managerial economics and quantitative methods. It includes analysis, interpretation and application of financial principles for organizational decision-making. Students will review supply, demand and elasticity principles; study how firms should price products and the power of incentives; examine how firms apply time value; and use probability and statistical concepts.
  • Global Business Management (BUSI 5333) — This course presents an analysis of the impact of geographic, political, social, economic, legal and technological influences on international businesses. It also examines how businesses operate in an international environment composed of different political and cultural traditions and different governmental institutions. It also studies the opportunities and constraints for adjusting and accommodating to varying national requirements.
  • Servant Leadership (LDRS 5123) — This course explores academic, biblical and practitioner concepts of servant leadership. It is intended to encourage a philosophy and lifestyle of servant leadership in students’ professional and personal lives.
  • Business Strategy and Policy (BUSI 5433) — This capstone course is designed to help students examine and synthesize both external and internal environments of an organization; identify key strategic issues; identify and choose from alternative strategies; and defend such decisions from  a Christian, ethical perspective. Case histories of domestic and international organizations are examined, and the opportunities for and implications of strategic planning and managerial decision-making are discussed in tandem with the impact of external political, social and economic factors. This class should be taken during the last semester, if possible.

Core Courses

MBA Principles

Marketing Management

Ethics, Stewardship and the Legal Environment of Business

Information Technology Leadership

Global Business Management

Problem-Solving and Decision-Making

Accounting and Finance

Executive Leadership Track

Human Resource Management

Leadership Philosophy

Business Strategy and Policy

Missional Leadership Track

Servant Leadership

Strategic Missional Leadership

Sport Management Track

Foundations of Sport Industry

Risk Management and Governance in Sport

Facility Planning and Management in Sport

Financial Issues in Sport

Advanced Concepts in Sport Marketing

Sport Business Capstone

Information security analyst

Financial manager

Management analyst

Operations research analyst

Marketing manager

Human resources specialist

Nonprofit director

Athletic director

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