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Albers School of Business and Economics

Degrees

Albers offers MBA degrees for each stage of your professional life. Each program has its own unique characteristics designed to educate its participants in the most effective way.

For instance, the Bridge MBA program for early career students is a full time, cohort (lockstep) program with classes during the day.

In contrast, the Professional MBA (MBA) program is part-time with classes in the evening and has a flexible schedule for working professionals.

The Leadership Executive MBA is a cohort program that offers a schedule designed to afford busy professionals the opportunity to learn in an environment that does not require them to sacrifice their professional and personal lifestyles in order to take the next step in their careers.

MBA Degrees

Additional Master Degree Programs

In addition to the MBA degrees, Albers offers master degree programs in accounting and finance for those wishing to concentrate in one or both of these specialty areas.

Contact Us

 

Graduate Programs
Schedule a phone or in-person appointment with Christina Hughes: (206) 398-4312 
Toll-free: (800) 426-7123
E-mail: albersgrad@seattleu.edu

Executive Education Programs
Kathleen McGill
Phone: (206) 296-2529
E-mail: mcgillk@seattleu.edu 

Next Steps

         Request Information

  • Join us at an information session to learn more about the Albers Professional MBA, business analytics, finance, and accounting graduate programs.
  • Contact Christina Hughes at hughesc@seattleu.edu or (206) 398-4312 to set up a prospective student appointment.
  • Download the Albers Graduate Programs View Book for a comprehensive list of all of our programs.
  • Learn about the Jesuit MBA Network and the JEBNET transfer agreement for MBA students in Jesuit programs.

         Apply Now

Student Perspective

Connect with our Albers Graduate Student Ambassadors to learn about graduate student life at Albers!

Alexis Thornton

Check out the Graduate Student Ambassador Blog