At Seattle University, we make it easier to get where you’re going by eliminating the detours and roadblocks that stand in your way. It’s part of our mission to ensure you graduate with the professional integrity, ethical leadership, and effective collaboration skills today’s employers are seeking.
More than 20% of open positions in the U.S. prefer or require graduate-level education.
Jobs that require a master's degree are experiencing 18% growth.
U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics
The unemployment rate for individuals with a master's degree was only 2.4%.
U.S. Department of Labor
Seattle University graduates are among highest paid in Washington state.
U.S. Department of Education
Albers School of Business and Economics
Fresh out of college, Samantha Garrard appeared to be headed for a career in public policy or government work—with a bachelor’s degree in public affairs and an internship with Sen. Patty Murray to her credit. But first, she wanted to round out her skill set. Seattle University’s Bridge MBA was the perfect opportunity. The one-year program broadened more than Garrard’s knowledge—it broadened her way of thinking. Now working for a nationally recognized health care company in Seattle, she credits Seattle U’s small classes and personalized teaching for helping facilitate her success.