Albers is accredited by AACSB International - The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. As of July 2015, less than five percent of the world’s business schools and less than one third of U.S. business schools have achieved business accreditation from AACSB.
Albers offers students many opportunities to be involved.
Our goal is to assist the students and alumni of the Albers School of Business and Economics to be successful in their career development and job placement activities.
The Albers Mentor Program is a unique opportunity for graduate-level and senior undergraduate business students to interact with upper level executives from leading Puget Sound companies and organizations.
The Center for Leadership Formation (CLF) provides innovative, world-class executive education to mid- to senior-level professionals with an emphasis on leadership, business expertise, and a commitment to social responsibility.
The Center for Business Ethics at Seattle University inspires business people to build business cultures that respect persons, relationships, communities, and ecosystems.
At the Innovation & Entrepreneurship Center we build and nourish the entrepreneurial spirit. Wherever our students choose to pursue their careers, they graduate with tools, skills, and insights to develop their potential. The Center also actively supports initiatives in micro-enterprise, family business, and student consulting services.
The Albers Center for Global Business is an engine by which we permeate interest and generate involvement with global business issues.
In addition to Seattle University's study abroad opportunities, Albers offers a number of short-term study abroad tours lead by faculty members, and exchange programs.
The International Development Internship Program (IDIP) is an academic program designed to challenge undergraduate students to explore the root causes and consequences of situations that undermine the well-being of individuals in the developing world, while cultivating leadership skills as a change agent at a local non-governmental organization (NGO).
The Albers Undergraduate Leadership Development Program provides students a basic education in leadership skills and professional development, which are important skills to know in both the academic and business worlds.
The Project Center links small teams of students with companies and non-profit organizations to work on projects in areas of International Business, New Venture Business, Computer Science, Electrical, Mechanical, Civil, and Environmental engineering.
For the last 30 years, Seattle University accounting students have been providing the local community with a valuable tax preparation service.
During the Summer Business Institute in June, college-bound juniors from African-American, Latino, and North American Indian heritage stay in dorms and become acquainted with college coursework through a series of short workshops on accounting, finance, administration, international business, management, marketing, and other areas.
Albers offers Continuing Education classes for current students as well as professionals.