Whether you are a full-time undergraduate student, considering post-baccalaureate work, or pursuing graduate education, Seattle University’s College of Science and Engineering offers a range of degrees in science, mathematics, and engineering. As you prepare for a career in science and technology, Seattle University is committed to helping you establish the strong foundation of knowledge and skills that will help you find your perfect career. Learn more about our degree programs here:
Do you want to major in a field where you can apply the knowledge you gain in the classroom to real-world issues? Whether you want to major in a basic science like biology, are considering a degree in computer science, or want to design your own interdisciplinary program, Seattle University’s College of Science and Engineering will help you develop the skills you need. Our acclaimed faculty teaches small courses to some of the best students in the Pacific Northwest, and the city of Seattle offers innumerable internship opportunities so you can apply your coursework to internships at Boeing, Microsoft, or AT&T (to name just a few). Our advisors will guide you every step of the way.
Whether you are looking for a career change or want to increase your current earning potential, Seattle University’s three paths for graduate work will further your science and engineering education and give you a competitive edge in the job market. Our post-baccalaureate Heath Studies Certificate gives students the science background they need to prepare for a career in medicine, while our acclaimed Master of Software Engineering was the first of its kind in the nation. Finally, the Master of Science in Computer Science prepares our students for lucrative careers in technology.
Whether you are just beginning your studies, considering graduate work, or looking for a change mid-career, contact Seattle University’s College of Science and Engineering at (206) 452-2262 today to learn more about our full-time and part-time programs.