We offer unique and flexible graduate programs in computer science and software engineering that will enhance your career in the technology capital of the Pacific Northwest.

What Should You Wear to a Job Interview?

First impressions are significant in the hiring process. At your job interview, make a good first impression by dressing professionally. Limit your piercings to no more than one per ear—and avoid other types of piercings, such as lip or nose piercings. Avoid wearing revealing clothing and flashy, noisy jewelry. Instead, choose conservative jewelry such as small hoops or stud earrings.

For more helpful tips on dressing appropriately for your job interview, watch this video. This style expert discusses a few more “don’ts” and several “do’s” for assembling your professional wardrobe. She also reminds job hunters to check themselves in a mirror before heading out the door.

When you enroll in a degree program at Seattle University’s Department of Computer Science & Software Engineering, you can take advantage of our extensive career services department. Call our Seattle campus at (206) 452-2262 and ask us about our computer science degree program.

A Look at Our Pre-Health Advising Services

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At Seattle University’s Department of Computer Science & Software Engineering, we consider education to be a partnership between students and faculty members. To help students succeed and reach their academic goals, we offer Advising Services Offices for students in pre-health programs, computer science degree programs, software engineering programs, and our other degree programs. Keep reading to find out what you can expect from services at our Pre-Health Advising Office.

Who Can Use Our Pre-Health Advising Services

The Pre-Health Advising Office has an open door policy for any student or prospective student who is curious about pursuing a career in the health fields. Current students in our Post-Baccalaureate and Pre-Professional Health Certificate programs are also encouraged to take advantage of our advising services.

How We Can Help

Dr. Rebecca K. Pazdral, pre-health advisor, is here to support students work through a diverse range of issues. You can consider Dr. Pazdral to be your coach to guide you along your path to graduation and lifelong success. At the Pre-Health Advising Office, you can receive advice and guidance regarding your academic goals, career ambitions, and much more. You can learn about fulfilling academic requirements prior to registration, or you can receive referrals to clinical opportunities and summer programs. If you find yourself struggling with your current degree program, we’re here to help you.

How to Arrange a Meeting

Although meeting with an advisor isn’t mandatory, it is strongly recommended. Try to arrange a meeting at least once per year, or better yet, once per term. You can schedule a meeting by calling Dr. Pazdral directly (contact information is available on our website) or stop by ENGR 300. You could also take advantage of drop-in hours, which are held Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays from two to four p.m.

Graduates of the pre-health, computer science, and software engineering programs available at Seattle University’s Department of Computer Science & Software Engineering can enjoy fulfilling, lucrative careers in their chosen fields. If you would like to begin the admissions process, call our Seattle campus at (206) 452-2262. You could also learn more about our pre-health, computer science, and software engineering degree programs on our website.

Exploring the Benefits of Earning a Degree In Biochemistry

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Your education is an investment in your future career; choose a degree program that serves your interests and prepares you for a wide range of possible careers. You might consider earning your degree in biochemistry, for example, which can open doors in both the public and private sectors. With a degree in biochemistry, you’ll have the flexibility to choose from many different career fields. If you’re curious about the world around you, can work well with others, can communicate clearly, and wish to learn more about science, then a biochemistry degree could be right for you.

Areas of Specialization

With an undergraduate degree in biochemistry, you could choose to specialize in any number of exciting areas. For example, you might choose to specialize in healthcare, pharmacology, or agriculture. You might decide that environmental concerns are your priority, or that you’re interested in applying the principles of biochemistry to advancing the field of forensic science. The cosmeceutical field, or the combination of pharmaceuticals and cosmetics, also requires workers with a background in biochemistry. Since biochemistry principles are applicable to such a wide range of areas, your opportunities are virtually limitless.

Types of Employers

Many different types of employers need scientists with a background in biochemistry. If you choose to go into teaching, your employer might be an elementary school, high school, or college. Or, you could choose a teaching position with a non-school employer, such as a museum or zoo. If you’re interested in working in research and development, your employer might be a university laboratory or a government lab. Other types of employers can include public health departments, hospital labs, private testing labs, the armed services, nursing homes, and many more.

For more information about earning your degree to advance your career opportunities, contact Seattle University’s Department of Computer Science & Software Engineering. Our undergraduate degree programs and graduate school can help prepare you for an incredible career in a diverse array of fields. Contact us at (206) 452-2262 or visit our beautiful campus in Seattle.

Why Seattle University College of Science & Engineering Is a Good Choice for Transfer Students

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Are you unhappy with your current academic experience? Instead of continuing a program that isn’t giving you the tools you need to succeed, you should consider transferring to a university that offers a better fit. Seattle University’s College of Science & Engineering makes it easy for transfer students to finish their degrees and find success in the working world.

More than half of the seniors studying computer science and engineering at Seattle University are transfer students. Seattle University’s College of Science & Engineering has a dedicated faculty, small class sizes, and very high standards, making it an attractive choice for transfer students. We also offer generous transfer scholarships of up to $12,000 a year for students with GPAs of 3.25 and higher. You’ll find that Seattle University is a great place to complete your computer science or software engineering degree. 

Seattle University’s Department of Computer Science & Software Engineering strives to make classes as helpful and enlightening as possible. To find out how to enroll, call our Seattle admissions office at (206) 452-2262.

How to Use Your Computer Science Degree

Considering how computers are involved in nearly every aspect of modern life, computer science is one of the most dynamic fields you can go into. After getting your CS degree, you’ll likely have all kinds of job opportunities.

This video discusses some of jobs available for recent computer science graduates. Right after you graduate, it’s a good idea to look for contracting jobs so you can increase your confidence and gain some experience. Meanwhile, you might try applying for jobs involved with big data analytics, software development, video game design, or healthcare IT. 

If you’re ready to get started with computer science courses, call Seattle University’s Department of Computer Science & Software Engineering at (206) 452-2262. Our unique and flexible graduate program can help launch your computer science career

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