For more than half a century, Seattle University has offered graduate programs stressing professional development while reflecting values of leadership and social justice. It is a unique approach to graduate education that satisfies your quest for a deeper knowledge of your field with a broader sense of purpose and enrichment.
Seattle University is a regional leader in graduate education, with 34 accredited graduate degree programs and 30 certificate options in seven schools and colleges. We continually revise and expand our offerings to meet the needs of the Pacific Northwest. We understand the challenge of advancing your education while juggling the demands of a job, family and other responsibilities.
You'll find that SU programs accommodate the often full schedules of working professionals, with options for evening and weekend classes and faculty available in extended office hours.
Use this Graduate Admitted Students Checklist to make sure you are fully prepared to begin your graduate study at Seattle University!