This information is for prospective students transferring to the Albers School from other colleges and universities. If you are a current Seattle University student seeking information on changing your major into the Albers School, please contact Albers Advising for information.
Seattle University offers scholarships to Transfer Students! Learn more about this important way to help finance your education.
An Albers degree has great value. 96% of our undergraduate seniors reported receiving a professional job offer before or within 6 months of graduation in 2016*, showing that the strength of an Albers education is recognized in the business world as well as the academic community.
*66% of seniors participated in the survey
Albers is able to keep classes to a size that allows students to know their professors and receive personalized help. Due to the size of the classes, you will also have more opportunities to talk with your fellow students about new concepts and ideas.
Because of the automatic 90 credits I was awarded by SU from the Transfer Associates degree at Bellevue College, I was able to pursue another degree at Albers. This policy made it possible for me to expand my education.Alexis Castle BABA International Business, BA International Studies Class of 2017
Each prerequisite course needs to graded be a C (2.0) or higher to transfer to Seattle University
Note: Accounting coursework is not required for Bachelor of Arts in Economics majors
Use the Transferology tool to look up how your classes may transfer to Seattle University
Students transferring from a Washington Community College 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 allows 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. Contact the Albers School at (206) 296-5700 to schedule an appointment with an undergraduate advisor.
Albers is accredited by AACSB International - The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. As of July 2017, less than five percent of the world's business schools and less than one third of U.S. business school have achieved business accreditation from AACSB.