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Southeastern University
at Church on the Move

Students pursuing an Associate’s Degree through SEU at COTM will simultaneously complete the NEXT Internship—an intensive, hands-on practicum of their choice in a specific area of ministry. The NEXT Internship will help prepare participants for their next step in ministry through a year of focused training, spiritual growth, and intentional leadership opportunities. Students will acquire practicum credits while getting to work alongside our team of seasoned ministry leaders whose greatest passion is to develop others' unique gifts and talents.

Get Approved

Interested students must fill out the application for SEU at COTM and undergo an interview process with the Site representatives.

Acceptance to SEU does not automatically mean entrance into SEU at COTM. Students must pass an entrance interview with SEU at COTM as well as be accepted to SEU in order to be accepted into SEU at COTM

Apply Online

Once accepted, the next step in the admission process is to complete your SEU application using the convenient online application.

Once completed, your admission counselor will give you additional steps to complete, such as letters of recommendation, essays, etc. Your admission counselor can also answer specific questions regarding your admission status and any incomplete steps.

Take Classes

All courses are taken at the SEU at COTM campus digitally through the online program of Southeastern University.

Associate of Ministerial Leadership

The Associate in Ministerial Leadership allows students to build, refine, and expand their ministry skills while ensuring a broad, robust foundation in theology, the Bible, spiritual development, church ministry, leadership principles, and ecclesiastical operations. All courses are transferable into Southeastern’s Bachelor of Science in Ministerial Leadership.

Associate of General Education

The Associate of Arts (AA) degree includes the core learning components and competencies commonly accepted as foundational for a four-year baccalaureate degree by many colleges and universities. The AA degree is designed for students who desire recognition for completing the two-year prescribed curriculum. Because many bachelor degrees require specific prerequisites, students should verify how their AA degree and classes transfer into the intended degree.

Questions & Answers


What is the difference between the SEU program and the Training Program?
Can I only do the internship and not partake in either "SEU at COTM" or the COTM "Training Program?"
How do I enroll in SEU at Church on the Move?
What is my estimated yearly cost?
Does SEU offer a payment plan?
Are extension site (SEU at COTM) students eligible for the academic scholarships listed on the SEU website?
Is financial aid available? Scholarships?

Southeastern University
at Church on the Move