Seattle University: School Review

Students at Seattle University can complete programs in such subjects as counseling, theology, education, nonprofit leadership and Catholic studies. Individuals can earn bachelor's degrees, post-baccalaureate certificates, master's degrees, post-master's certificates and doctoral degrees.

Seattle University School Overview

Seattle University is a 4-year, private Jesuit Catholic school that enrolls over 7,000 students across eight different colleges. The school requires all students to complete a core curriculum that includes classes in such subjects as anthropology and theology.

Degree Programs

Seattle University offers bachelor's, master's and doctoral degree programs, in addition to post-baccalaureate and post-master's certificate programs. The university is made up of eight schools and colleges; programs are available in business and economics, arts and sciences, education, nursing, engineering, law and religious ministry. An ROTC program offering courses in military science is available as well. Popular degree subjects include:

  • Social work
  • Communication
  • Photography
  • Public affairs
  • International business
  • Finance
  • Accounting
  • Counseling

Programs for Undeclared Majors

Students unsure of what they want to major in can take advantage of Seattle University's pre-major program. This 2-year undergraduate program provides one-on-one consulting and helps students identify and explore their academic goals, interests and strengths.

Study Abroad Opportunities

Through the university's study abroad program, students can learn alongside international students in one of 45 countries. A short-term study abroad option consists of individual courses only and is available to both undergraduate and graduate students. A long-term study abroad option lasts a quarter, a semester or an entire school year. Students also have the option of volunteering, interning or conducting research abroad. Although study abroad programs are not required by the university, some of the school's degree and scholarship programs do require students to have international experience.

School Contact Information

  • Address: 901 12th Ave., Seattle, WA 98122
  • Phone: (206) 296-6000

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