Gainful Employment Disclosure

Seattle University Criminal Justice Department
August 1, 2015
 


The following data is provided regarding stand‐alone certificate programs offered by the Seattle University’s Criminal Justice Department. The data is based on graduates of stand‐alone certificate programs who completed between July 1, 2014 and June 30, 2015. The on‐time graduation rate and all information on debt load is not required to be disclosed if fewer than ten graduates are reported during this period. 

Certificate Program: Crime Analysis
Department: Criminal Justice
College: Arts & Sciences
Program Page: Crime Analysis Certificate Program (CACP) 
SOC Code:  The occupations that this program prepares student to enter are listed below.  To view the occupational profile for each of these occupations, go to http://www.onetonline.org and enter the 8 digit SOC code listed below.

Occupation Title: Intelligence Analyst

Standard Occupational Classification (SOC) Code: 33-3021.06

Number of Credits: 25
Normal Time to Complete Program: 4 quarters, 12 months
Tuition and fees 2014-15: $17,570
Room and board: N/A
Books and supplies: $1,200.00
On‐time Completion Rate 2014-15
Number of completers:  2
Rate of on‐time completers:  N/A
Student Debt
    Median loan debt: N/A
    Title IV loan debt: N/A 
    Private loan debt: N/A 
    Institutional loan debt: N/A

 

Contact Us

Matthew J Hickman, PhD
Chair
206.296.2484
hickmanm@seattleu.edu

Jonathan Bechtol
Administrative Assistant
206.296.6339
jbechtol@seattleu.edu

Andrew Gutzmer
Graduate Program Coordinator
206.296.2139
gutzmera@seattleu.edu