At the Albers School of Business and Economics, we believe our transfer students are some of the most valuable and capable members of our diverse student community. Close to 30% of our students are transfer students, so you’ll be in excellent company. Albers’ highly respected academic programs, comprehensive support for internship and job searches, and faculty dedicated to your academic and personal success will help you to develop the tools you need to begin a lifelong career.
Join us for the next step in your academic journey. On our beautiful campus in the heart of Seattle, you will benefit from small class sizes that provide unparalleled access to our highly-qualified faculty who are committed to teaching you the skills and concepts that will help you succeed in business and beyond.
Our graduates are highly sought after due to our unwavering commitment to valuing social justice impact as much as the bottom line. We provide you the immersive and personal learning experience that yields career preparation and an invaluable competitive edge.
95% of our undergraduate seniors reported being placed before or within 6 months of graduation in 2017*.
*63% of seniors participated in the survey
Transfer merit scholarships start at $8,000 per year. Merit scholarships are automatically awarded at the time of admission and are available for domestic and international students. Also available is our competitive Alfie Scholars funding for students transferring from two-year colleges. Learn more about scholarships for transfer students.
My time at Albers helped me to unlock my career potential, increase my self-confidence, and discover new talents and passions. The skills I obtained at Albers helped expand my understanding and thought process in Corporate Finance.Frank Fagoaga-Transfer Student Senior Supply Chain Financial Analyst, Boeing
Each prerequisite course needs to be graded a C (2.0) or higher to transfer to Seattle University.
In order to fulfill an Albers upper-division requirement, such as MKTG 3500-Introduction to Marketing or BLAW 3700-Business and International Law, transfer credits must be from an AACSB accredited institution and are subject to review by Albers faculty for equivalency determination.
Note: Accounting coursework is not required for Bachelor of Arts in Economics majors.
Use our Transfer Tools to look up how your classes may transfer to Seattle University.
If you are transferring from a Washington Community College, you are strongly encouraged to complete a Direct Transfer Agreement (DTA) Associate Degree. Completion of a DTA degree is beneficial in satisfying University Core requirements when transferring to Seattle University.
We also have articulation agreements with Oregon, California, and Arizona community colleges which allow students to "package" their credits like a Washington DTA. More details about this are available on the Undergraduate Admissions website.
The Albers Advising team is available to meet with prospective transfer students. Schedule your appointment online or contact the Albers School at (206) 296-5700.