The transfer guides include the 100-200 level core/support courses required for the Bachelor of Science in Business Administration degree at Southeast. Students who are not able to complete all of the courses listed on the transfer guide can take any remaining courses at Southeast. However, students who are able to complete all of the courses listed and the Associate of Arts degree, are more likely to be able to finish the BSBA degree in two years at Southeast. Students who need Business Statistics II will need to take the course after transferring to Southeast.
Change in Degree Requirements:
East Central College (select Bachelor of Science in Business Administration)
Jefferson College (select Bachelor of Science in Business Administration)
Mineral Area College (select Bachelor of Science in Business Administration)
St. Charles Community College (select Bachelor of Science in Business Administration)
St. Louis Community College (select Bachelor of Science in Business Administration)
Shawnee Community College (select Bachelor of Science in Business Administration)
Three Rivers College (select Bachelor of Science in Business Administration)
ACCOUNTING MAJORS: Effective fall 2011, a grade of 'A' or 'B' is required in courses equivalent to AC221 and AC222 to be eligible to enroll in AC321 (required for all accounting majors).
Information on transferability of general education courses is available from the Office of the Registrar at http://www.semo.edu/registrar/transfer/index.htm. Students may also check transferability of courses into Southeast using the Transfer Course Conversion.
Majors available for the BSBA degree include: accounting, business administration (formerly known as organizational administration prior to fall 2012), economics, finance, international business (requires a business minor, foreign language component, and approved international experience), management, and marketing. Major requirements are available on major checklists at http://www5.semo.edu/cobadvising/bsba.asp.
All business majors must be advised to be eligible to enroll at Southeast. Transfer students must be admitted to the University by the Office of Admissions and have a transcript evaluation completed by the Office of the Registrar to be eligible for advising.
Students should contact their advisor upon receipt of the letter from the Office of the Registrar at Southeast. The letter contains the advisorís name and contact information and includes a transcript that shows how transfer credits were accepted.
Spring enrollment begins in late October, summer enrollment opens in February, and fall enrollment opens in late March. Priority registration dates are determined by hours completed and the first two letters of the studentís last name. Students should enroll on their priority registration date for the best selection of classes.
Important dates for the semester and priority registration dates by semester http://www.semo.edu/registrar
Major checklists http://www5.semo.edu/cobadvising/bsba.asp.
Transfer Course Conversion to see how courses transfer into Southeast http://www.semo.edu/rl/Registrar/index.asp
Transfer Course Information for general education courses (the 100-200 level University Studies requirements at Southeast are waived for students who transfer in the 42 hour general education block or an Associate of Arts degree from the community colleges listed above) http://www.semo.edu/registrar/transfer/index.htm
Transfer Scholarships http://www.semo.edu/admissions/transfer.htm#scholarships