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    Amazon Employees Share Their Love of Seattle

    Last updated 1 day 20 hours ago

    With Amazon headquarters located in Seattle, the city is a tech-friendly haven in the Pacific Northwest. In this video, you can explore the amazing qualities of this vibrant coastal city that draws in tons of residents working in the tech industry.

    Amazon employees discuss how they love the unique and friendly neighborhoods of Seattle along with its breathtaking outdoor attractions. Rock climbing, cross fit, and hiking are all common hobbies of Seattle residents, who love the rainy weather and warm days in between.

    If you are thinking of pursuing a graduate degree in software engineering or computer science, check out Seattle University’s programs on our website or by calling (206) 452-2262. Our master’s programs can prepare you for some of the highest paying, in-demand careers of today. 

    How to Spend Your Summer Before Starting Gradate School

    Last updated 11 days ago

    Whether you are going directly from your undergraduate career to grad school or you have taken some time off in between, it’s important to gear up for the busy schedule and long list of academic obligations you will have in grad school. The summer before your graduate program begins may be a valuable time for you to enjoy some extra freedom and moments of irresponsibility before buckling down for your studies. Here’s a look at some essentials for your summer to-do list so that you are ready for the challenges ahead in your degree program.

    Get your finances in order

    By the time you reach graduate school, your parents will probably not be quick to help out when you are in a financial bind. Therefore, you should make sure that you have a safety net with your savings account just in case scholarships or loans don’t come through on time.

    Read for your pleasure

    Your reading list will probably be pretty limited to academic texts once the school year begins, so compile a summer reading list that is a little more light-hearted. This kind of reading will let you stay sharp without making you feel like you are already in school again.

    Travel or visit friends

    Social obligations may take a backseat to study time, research projects, and coursework, so you might take time in the summer to visit your friends and spend time together. You may also consider traveling to experience some new cultures before spending the bulk of your time on campus in the fall.

    Disconnect from social media

    It may be convenient to catch up with old friends on Facebook or follow your favorite celebrities on Twitter, but when you are spending long hours in the library, these social media outlets are nothing more than a distraction. Maintaining professional connections through sites like LinkedIn may be valuable, but you might put a hold on your other accounts until you have more free time on your hands.

    If you’re looking for flexible graduate programs in science and engineering, you will want to explore the degrees available from Seattle University’s Department of Computer Science and Software Engineering. We are located in the technology capital of the Pacific Northwest, so we can allow you to make an easy transition from graduate studies to a lucrative career. See more of what we have to offer by visiting our website or calling us at (206) 452-2262. 

    How Jesuit Tradition Influences Seattle University's Educational Programs

    Last updated 28 days ago

    Did you know that there are more than 100 Jesuit universities around the world? America is home to just 28 of these universities, including Seattle University! We stand strong in the Jesuit philosophies originated by St. Ignatius of Loyola, the founder of the Society of Jesus commonly known as the Jesuits. 

    Here at Seattle University, we encourage all students to pursue academics and practice Jesuit philosophies in their daily lives. Unlike the education offered by other institutions, the Jesuit education promotes academic curiosity to encourage students to rely on their own thoughts and challenge commonly accepted facts and tidbits. We also encourage students to focus on other aspects of life, not just academic pursuits. This helps our students become well-rounded individuals with a passion for education, spirituality, and other essential philosophies.

    Are you interested in the Jesuit tradition respected at Seattle University’s Department of Computer Science and Software Engineering? Discover our computer science and software engineering degree programs by calling us today at (206) 452-2262.

    GRE Test Taking Tips for Graduate Students

    Last updated 1 month ago

    Potential students need to pass the Graduate Record Examinations, or GRE test, if they want to enroll in graduate school to improve their academic careers. This process can be tricky for all students, but especially so for international students wishing to study in America.

    As you will see in this video, GRE tests are often taken on computers. International students can prepare by practicing their typing skills and even taking practice tests online. Students who are uncomfortable with computer testing can ask if there are any dates when paper tests are available.

    Get more advice for taking the GRE by contacting Seattle University’s Department of Computer Science and Software Engineering today! Give us a call at (206) 452-2262 to learn about our software engineering degrees and computer science degrees.

    Internship Guidelines for the Master of Science in Computer Science Program

    Last updated 1 month ago

    If you are interested in a career in computer science, consider participating in the internship program at Seattle University’s Department of Computer Science and Software Engineering. Take a look at the guidelines you will need to follow during your internship:

    Submit an Internship Request Form
    If you are interested in our internship, start by submitting the Internship Request Form available on our website. Meet with the program director to accomplish this first step. You must bring your internship offer letters before the program director can help you complete your Internship Request Form. Once it is complete, you can submit it to Mr. Mike Smith.

    Fill Out Weekly Internship Reports

    It is important for students to keep detailed logs of their work and experience during any internship. We provide an Internship Weekly Report online that makes it easy to keep track of your work and stick to the guidelines of the program. You must write up one to two pages detailing what you work on each week and email your reports to your project director each week before the deadline.

    Meet With Your Project Supervisor

    You must set up an appointment with your project supervisor two to three weeks after starting the internship program. During this meeting, you and your supervisor will discuss various topics you can choose for your project. Once you decide on a topic, you will need to fill out the Project Agreement Form and submit it to the program director.

    Complete Your Project and Get Evaluated

    You should start working on your project right away so that you have plenty of time to receive all of the necessary data. Your project should be between three and five pages and saved as a Word document. After submitting your project, you will meet with your project supervisor to receive an evaluation of your internship.

    Contact Seattle University’s Department of Computer Science and Software Engineering to learn more about the internship program and determine if it is the right option for you. Get more facts about our computer science degree programs by calling us at (206) 452-2262.

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