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Take the Path that Moves You Forward

A Seattle University graduate degree offers flexibility for students and working professionals inspired to make big changes in their world— and ours. Which path are you on? Choose your path and discover the impact of earning an advanced degree in one of the most forward-thinking cities on the planet.

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The Drive

You’re a recent grad with your eyes on the horizon. You’re motivated to master the knowledge and skills gained from your college experience. SU can match your momentum.

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The Climb

You’re a full-time professional with upward mobility goals and need the know-how to climb to the next level. Flexible SU programs will get you there.

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The Pivot

You’re ready to pivot to a career that will help you follow your passion or keep pace with the shifting needs of today’s workforce. SU will give you the new skills you’ll need.

#2 Legal Writing Program in the Nation

U.S. News & World Report: Best Graduate Schools 2019

Katrina Phiri, PMBA, ‘17

Strong Jobs The unemployment rate for master’s graduates is 2.1 percent.

U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, 2018

#17 Executive MBA in Nation and Top Ranked in the Northwest

U.S. News & World Report: Best Graduate Schools 2019

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Top Ranked Schools

Amazon. Starbucks. Costco. You know the Seattle companies that have reinvented their industries. Now get to know Albers and six more Seattle University colleges and schools that are transforming the lives of determined graduate students like you.

Senior Fellow

Alan Mulally

Center for Leadership Formation
Albers School of Business and Economics

Alan Mulally, former president and CEO of Ford Motor Company and former CEO of Boeing Commercial Airplanes, is helping shape tomorrow’s leaders in business. Since February 2016, Mulally has served as the Senior Fellow in the Center for Leadership Formation at the Albers School of Business and Economics. In this role Mulally, who began working closely with Albers in fall 2015, shares—through lectures, writing and teaching—his leadership strategies with graduate students in the Leadership Executive MBA and Executive Leadership Program. Both programs introduced into their curricula key aspects of Mulally’s “Working Together” and “Business Process Review” principles.

Learn. Live. Launch.

Seattle is continually ranked as one of the top ten most sustainable cities in America and is a renowned hub for startups. It’s what happens when a city runs on the power of imagination. Get to know the place we call home.