Graduate Credit for Seniors
You can get an early start to the MBA program!
A Southeastern senior may register for graduate credit (may take up to 2 graduate/MBA
courses) while still completing their undergraduate degree program. To qualify for this “Graduate Credit for Southeastern Students” program, students must meet the following requirements:
- Be a Southeastern senior student in their last semester AND have 9 hours or LESS of
undergraduate coursework to complete their undergraduate degree (in a regular semester,
a student may not register for more than 15 total hours – 9 undergraduate / 6 graduate);
- Must have at least a 3.2 cumulative GPA on all previous undergraduate coursework.
Courses taken for graduate credit cannot be used to satisfy undergraduate requirements. The student must maintain a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 while in the concurrent program.
Students wishing to pursue this must be advised in advance by the MBA Director and will only be able to register during regular registration (thus it is best to contact the MBA Director early to ensure you have been advised and given permission to take graduate courses).
Interested students may contact:
Office: Garrett Hall Room 94
Phone number: 985-549-2146
" My Southeastern MBA has helped me to soar to new heights, it has opened doors that
otherwise would have not been opened this early in my career. This program has helped
me grow as a scholar, professional and most of all as a person. I will forever be
grateful and proud of my Southeastern MBA. Lion Up!! "
- Brandon Surrency
Director of Advancement
" Having a background in psychology, I was nervous as to how I would stack up against
those that had been business students for their entire collegiate career. That fear
was quickly mitigated when I saw how quickly my professors could make the information
accessible to me to not only catch up, but give me the opportunity to be competitive
in my class with other students. I am confident when I say that my Southeastern Louisiana
University MBA helped me not only be considered, but sought out, by an international,
Fortune 400 firm. "
- Jarod Hopper