Transforming Minds. Engaging Culture.

AT A GLANCE

9,800+ student enrollment

58.5% female students

41.5% male students

1061 average SAT

21.4 average ACT

$17,000 average award amount

23:1 student-faculty ratio

Undergraduate Degrees
• Accounting
• Aviation Management
• Biblical Studies
• Biochemistry
• Biochemistry/Research
• Biology/Dentistry
• Biology/Medical Sciences
• Biology/Pharmacy
• Biology/Veterinary
• Broadcasting
• Business & Professional Leadership*
• Business Administration*
• Business Studies
• Children, Youth & Family Ministries
• Church Music
• Communication
• Communication & Mass Media*
• Communication Sciences & Disorders
• Creative Writing (BFA)
• Criminal Justice*
• Digital Journalism
• Digital Media & Design*
• Early Childhood Education
• Elementary Education (K-6)
• English
• English & Intercultural Studies
• Exceptional Student Education (ESE)
• Film Production
• Finance
• Graphic Design
• History
• Human Services*
• Intercultural Studies
• International Business
• Kinesiology/Exercise Science
• Kinesiology/Physical Education
• Kinesiology/Pre-athletic Training
• Kinesiology/Pre-occupational Therapy
• Kinesiology/Pre-physical Therapy
• Legal Studies
• Management
• Marketing
• Mathematics
• Mathematics/Actuarial Science
• Mathematics/Biostatistics
• Media Ministry
• Ministerial Leadership*
• Multidisciplinary Studies
• Music
• Music Business
• Music Education
• Music Performance (Instrumental)
• Music Performance (Piano)
• Music Performance (Voice)
• Nursing (BSN or RN to BSN*)
• Organizational Leadership
• Political Science
• Practical Ministries
• Psychology*
• Public Relations
• Secondary Education (Biology, English, Mathematics, or Social Science)
• Social Work
• Social Work & Criminal Justice Double Major
• Sport Management (Business, Coaching, Kinesiology, Outdoor Leadership, or Physical Education)
• Tourism & Hospitality Management
• Visual Arts
• Worship Ministries

Master’s Degrees
• Art of Design Management
• Business Administration* (MBA: Executive, Global, Healthcare Administration, Missional Leadership, or Sport Management)
• Educational Leadership*
• Elementary Education*
• Exceptional Student Education*
• Exceptional Student Education/Educational Therapy*
• Family Ministry*
• Human Services*
• International Community Development*
• Kinesiology
• Leadership
• Literacy Education*
• Leadership*
• Master of Divinity*
• Ministerial Leadership*
• Ministerial Leadership (Executive)**
• Pastoral Care & Counseling*
• Professional Counseling**
• Social Work (MSW)**
• Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages
• Theological Studies*

Doctoral Degrees
• Doctor of Education* (Curriculum & Instruction or Organizational Leadership)
• Doctor of Ministry**
• Doctorate in Strategic Leadership**
• PhD in Organizational Leadership**

  * Available in the evening and/or online
** In-person cohort format with online coursework

Choosing the right college isn’t just about getting an education. It’s about finding a place that gets you ready for a career and a lifetime of service to others.

Southeastern University gives you the foundation needed to succeed in life, not just at work. SEU has more than 80 degree programs to choose from, as well as a real community where you’ll build relationships that will last a lifetime.

Our campus is growing! 
We recently opened our 125,000-sq. ft. Buena Vida live/learn facility that includes new residence halls,  visual and performing arts spaces, a Bloomberg financial lab, and a food court. Construction is also underway for a brand-new welcome center.

Spiritual life
Your spiritual development is the very core of our mission. Through chapel services, mission trips, community outreach, faith integration in the classroom, and much more, your faith will be strengthened daily.  

SEU Worship
Our student-led worship band writes original songs, leads chapel services, and professionally produces albums every year. As of December 2019, SEU Worship had reached more than 26 million streams on Spotify. 

Value
College is a significant investment, and we provide numerous financial aid options to make SEU accessible to all students. Our average SEU award is $17,000, and more than 98% of our students receive financial aid. In fact, we awarded more than $29.4 million in scholarships in the 2018–2019 academic year alone. 

Location
Our campus is in sunny Lakeland, Florida, where students are treated to great weather and outdoor activities throughout the year. Lakeland has just the right balance of hometown connectivity and city-based excitement. SEU is also centrally located to some of the nation’s best beaches as well as theme parks such as Walt Disney World, Universal Studios, and Busch Gardens. 

Athletics
The Fire compete in 16 sports in the NAIA, with 14 of them belonging to the Sun Conference. Football and wrestling compete in the Mid-South Conference. During the 2018–2019 school year, the Fire won eight Sun Conference championships and claimed the conference’s Commissioner’s Cup for the first time in school history. 

National champions
In spring 2018, SEU Fire baseball made school history by becoming the first SEU team to secure a nation-al title—they won the NAIA World Series! After the series, three players were chosen in the 2018 MLB Draft. 

Mentorship
One of the greatest parts of our community at SEU is the mentoring our students receive. From faculty to staff to coaches, we have no shortage of people at SEU who are ready to guide you in your academic and spiritual walk.