Seattle University houses six schools and colleges, each with their own highly ranked programs. Across the board, all our departments are committed to your academic excellence, with small class sizes, a dedicated faculty and a community of driven scholars and leaders to effect change for a more just and humane world.
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I see great strength in the curriculum we offer our students, through a range of quality programs, anchored in the values of our core curriculum in the Jesuit educational tradition. I see a comprehensive university that is making a difference in society through our undergraduate, graduate, and professional programs.Shane P. Martin Provost
As a student in Albers, you are immersed in a professional program that offers the knowledge and experience needed to succeed in the business world. In the Jesuit tradition of educating the whole person, Albers incorporates business ethics, social responsibility and global awareness throughout its curriculum.
The largest college, with 29 departments in total, the College of Arts and Sciences houses disciplines ranging across the humanities, arts and behavioral and social sciences. Each program helps you cultivate cutting-edge knowledge grounded in the Jesuit intellectual tradition.
The College of Education prepares you to lead the change as you develop innovative learning techniques and promote system-wide change to improve the future of education.
Seattle University’s College of Nursing is dedicated to preparing you to become a values-based, compassionate healthcare professional who will serve the needs of our community, especially the frail, vulnerable and underserved.
The College of Science and Engineering is “the STEM college” at Seattle University, with more than a dozen majors spanning the fields of science, mathematics, computer science and engineering. With programs dedicated to providing solid academic foundations and relevant practical experiences, we prepare you with the skills and knowledge necessary to be at the forefront of scientific discovery.
At Seattle University School of Law, our students graduate with both a concern for justice and the capability to achieve it. You will learn how to analyze problems—to identify significant facts, analyze and synthesize precedent, interpret statutes and construct policy arguments— and communicate solutions as you write and speak with clarity and precision.