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2023-2024 Southeastern University - Undergraduate Catalog 
2023-2024 Southeastern University - Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

2023-2024 Southeastern University - Undergraduate Catalog

Welcome to the Southeastern University Undergraduate Academic Catalog

Published May 2022

The online catalog management system contains a number of features to help you quickly locate and save details about our educational programs. Whether you are a prospective student or already enrolled, you can easily see what Southeastern University has to offer!

Catalog Icon Guide

Our catalog management system contains several helpful features to assist you:

M - Main Campus Program Offerings 
When this icon is present the Major/Minor/Certificate is offered in person at our main campus in Lakeland, FL.
O - Online Program Offerings
When this icon is present the Major/Minor/Certificate is offered fully online.
S - Site-based Offerings
When this icon is present the Major/Minor/Certificate is offered through one of our Partnerships. 
D Dual Enrolled, Associate while attending High School
When this icon is present the Associate Degree is an option for some 
print program requirement worksheet Program Planner: Plan It! 
The Program Planner icon is located at the top of each major, minor, certificate, or graduate degree. Select this icon for a print-friendly version of the program requirement worksheet. Please review these requirements in consultation with an academic advisor.
save to My Personal Catalog Add to My Personal Catalog: Save it!
The My Personal Catalog feature allows you to save course and program information in a personal space (similar to an online shopping cart) that you can access from any computer with Internet access.  All you need to get started is your e-mail address.  Start creating your personal catalog by clicking on the My Personal Catalog link at the bottom of the left navigation pane. After creating an account, add courses to your favorites by selecting the star icon located on the top right of each page.
print-friendly-page Print-Friendly Format: Print It!
Select this icon to generate a pop-up page formatted to neatly print.
help Help: Use It!
Help in using the catalog is readily available by clicking the help question mark icon at the top of each page.

Southeastern University is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges to award associate, baccalaureate, master’s, and doctorate degrees. Contact the Commission on Colleges at 1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, Georgia 30033-4097 or call 404-679-4500 for questions about the accreditation of Southeastern University.


Southeastern University is affiliated with the Assemblies of God and endorsed by the Alliance for AG Higher Education of the General Council of the Assemblies of God. The university is approved by the Department of Justice, Immigration, and Naturalization Service for the training of foreign students and by the State Approving Agency of the State of Florida for the training of veterans and the dependents of veterans.

Contact Information

Southeastern University
1000 Longfellow Blvd., Lakeland, FL 33801
Main Website:
Main Email:

Contents of the Undergraduate Catalog

The Undergraduate Catalog outlines the academic programs; policies pertaining to admission, academics, complaints or appeals, and financial requirements and aid; academic services; and appropriate state authorization notifications in support of the university’s deliveries, including undergraduate main campus, undergraduate online, undergraduate partner-sites, and other similar nontraditional programs. The contents of this catalog include the following:

  • General Information - summary of the university’s mission, vision, accreditation and endorsements, history, campus facilities, and belief statements.

  • Academic Calendar - review of start and end dates for each semester, session, and delivery

  • Programs of Study - listing of degree programs, delivered on our main campus, through online education, and at off-campus instructional sites of the university

  • Course Descriptions - a complete repository of course descriptions

  • Admission Policies - policies and procedures related to the admission of nontraditional students into online programs or at off-campus instructional sites

  • Academic Policies - policies and procedures related to the student academic experience, including classifications, scheduling and registration, grading, academic degree requirements, and other similar areas of the academic experience

  • Financial Policies - policies and procedures related to the financial requirements and aid available through the university or external parties

  • Complaint Policies - policies and procedures related to students’ rights to submit formal complaints and appeals

  • Student Services - listing of available student services for students

  • State Authorization - listing notification policies for states wherein the university operates off-campus instructional sites

Distribution of Catalog

The Undergraduate Catalog is available to the general public and prospective and enrolled students via the University’s website.

Change of Catalog Information

Information provided by this catalog is subject to change without notice and does not constitute a contract between Southeastern University and a student or an applicant for admission. Material included herein is based on information available as of Fall 2022.