Management and Business Administration

Fall 2020 Semester COVID Update

Due to social distancing requirements associated with the Covid-19 pandemic, most classes offered for the Management and Economics programs in the Department of Management & Business Administration will be offered in a variety of modes during the fall 2020 semester. Some classes will be offered as 100% online courses, with a ##NT designation, and require no synchronous attendance. Those classes that are able to maintain appropriate social distancing (typically those with lower enrollments) may remain as on-campus, face-to-face sections. Classes that were originally scheduled for face-to-face delivery and have not been converted to 100% online will follow a “Flex” format, and have been given an “F” designation. This designation, regardless of the original format, will incorporate a “blended” or hybrid approach to course delivery. These courses may utilize variable attendance face-to-face meetings, remote delivery via Google Meet or Zoom, and asynchronous delivery of course content and assessments.

For information on the format of a specific course section, please contact the instructor for that course or the department office.


Southeastern's Management and Business Administration degree programs emphasize the development of professional business skills and competencies, preparing students for leadership positions in industry.

Our undergraduate program in Business Administration provides exposure to all core areas of business, while our Management program offers distinct concentrations in General Management, Human Resource Management, International Management, and Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management. Explore our degree programs and envision a career that allows you to gain and use skills in one of these exciting areas.



  • AACSB-I accredited program

  • Faculty includes 16 tenured or tenure-track faculty who have published research in their respective academic disciplines

  • The Human Resources Management concentration addresses regional workforce demands

  • International programs, such as study abroad and Latin American Business and Development Initiative, serve southeast Louisiana and the U.S. Latin community





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