The College of Arts and Sciences is the largest college in Seattle University. Our emphasis is on academic excellence, service to the community, and global engagement. We provide a liberal arts education in the humanities, the arts, and the social sciences. In addition to 41 undergraduate majors and 36 minors, we offer six master's degree programs and one professional post-baccalaureate certificate program.
Zeff Featured in Social Work ManualSocial Work Professor Riva Zeff wrote about field placements for students in a new guide on best practices for designing, implementing, and maintaining an effective field education program.
Forensic Psychologist J. Reid Meloy to Conduct Threat Assessment WorkshopThe Criminal Justice Department offers a workshop with Dr. J. Reid Meloy, an expert on violent crime, psychopathy, stalking, sexual homicide, serial and mass murder, and threat assessment.
LeRoux Scholar Focuses on Interreligous DialogueJesuit educator Heru Prakosa, SJ, presents "To Be Religious Is to Be Interreligious: An Experience In Challenging Oneself to Go Beyond Comfort Zone" on Feb.19, announced Prof. Catherine Punsalan-Manlimos, director of the Institute for Catholic Thought and Culture.
Hillard Publishes on Fairy Tales and the VictoriansEnglish Professor Molly Clark Hillard published "Spellbound: The Fairy Tale and the Victorians," which explores the Victorian era's fascination with fairy tales.
Helfgott Receives Top Rating for 4-Volume Criminal Psychology SetCriminal Justice Chair Jacqueline Helfgott received the 2013 Outstanding Academic Title award from "Choice" for her 4-volume, 1600-page reference set, "Criminology Psychology."
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