About SEI

Mission

The mission of Southeastern Institute is to provide quality career education and skill development to aspiring individuals pursuing a career or advancement in their chosen field.


Philosophy

The purpose of Southeastern Institute is to offer quality career education. Our curriculum is geared towards entry-level students with no prior background in the subject matter.    Our programs focus on the specialized skills and knowledge needed for today’s marketplace by providing courses that apply to skill performance and career management development.

We select experienced individuals as members of our faculty. This allows our students to be educated by professionals who have practical knowledge in their particular field; as well as the appropriate level of formal education. This philosophy assists our faculty in recreating a similar atmosphere to that which you will encounter in your career.


History

North Carolina:

The Southeastern School of Neuromuscular and Massage Therapy of Charlotte, Inc., was founded in 1994. The school was established to provide a clinically based curriculum in Professional Clinical Massage Therapy training.

In February of 2007, the Southeastern School of Neuromuscular and Massage Therapy of Charlotte, Inc., was acquired by Dr. Arthur and Belinda Keiser who have long-term involvement in developing and managing private colleges and schools. In January of 2009, the school moved to a new facility also in the Charlotte area. In April of the same year, the school changed its name to Southeastern Institute and in September expanded its program offerings beyond Professional Clinical Massage Therapy.

South Carolina:

The Southeastern School of Neuromuscular and Massage Therapy of Columbia and the Southeastern School of Neuromuscular and Massage Therapy of Charleston were founded in 1997. Upon licensure by the South Carolina Commission on Higher Education, the schools were established to provide a clinically based curriculum in the Professional Clinical Massage Therapy training program.

In February of 2007, the schools were acquired by Dr. Arthur and Belinda Keiser who have long-term involvement in developing and managing private colleges and schools. Additionally, in 2007 the schools shortened their name to Southeastern School of Neuromuscular Massage. In 2009, the Southeastern School of Neuromuscular Massage changed their name to Southeastern Institute and expanded the program offerings beyond Professional Clinical Massage Therapy.

 


Ownership

Southeastern School of Neuromuscular Massage is wholly owned by BAR Education, Inc., 1900 West Commercial Blvd., Suite 180, Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33309.  Dr. Arthur Keiser and Belinda Keiser are the primary shareholders.