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.

Student Life at Seattle University

When you enroll at Seattle University, the entire city becomes your classroom. Our students revel in the combination of our renowned graduate programs and the benefits of living in one of the cultural capitals of the world. This video gives a taste of what life is like for our students once class is over.

Whatever your passion, Seattle has sometimes thing for you. Music, theater, sports, outdoor activities, and unique restaurants can be found around every corner. Seattle is famed for coffee, and the city’s coffeehouses do not disappoint. Seattle University students find a new adventure every time they step out of their doorways. 

Enjoy the advantages of living in a thriving, cosmopolitan city while earning your graduate degree by joining Seattle University’s Department of Computer Science & Software Engineering. Get more information about our degree programs and admission criteria by calling (206) 452-2262. 

Top Reasons to Get Your Computer Science Degree


A computer science degree is a golden ticket to a bright future. Few other fields are growing at the pace of computer science, and the need for technology experts is only expected to increase. If you are trying to decide what college degree will give you the most bang for your educational buck, here are some reasons you should settle in on computer science.

Fast Job Growth

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, computer science job openings will increase by 19 percent by 2020. This fast-paced growth is even more impressive when you consider that so many other industries are actually shedding jobs. With a computer science degree, you will be positioned to walk into a growth industry in which your potential for finding fulfilling, lucrative work is boundless.

Diverse Skill Set

You don’t have to dream of a life working with computers to win with a degree in computer science. At its foundation, a computer science education teaches you problem solving skills and logical thinking that you can apply to nearly any discipline. Further, no matter what field you choose to work in, having knowledge of technology makes you invaluable.

Varied Career Opportunities

Most people associate computer science degrees with working as an IT officer. Although IT departments offer many opportunities for computer science graduates, they are far from the only places people with this background can work. As technology continues to evolve, so do the many career options for people with computer science degrees. A computer science background allows you to work in the medical field, design, publishing, and many more industries.

Explore what a computer science education could mean to you by reaching out to Seattle University’s Department of Computer Science and Software Engineering. We’re always available to answer your questions about our graduate programs and the real-world applications of our world-class education. Are you ready to learn more? Call us at (206) 452-2262. 

A Look at the Cities With the Most Computer Science Job Opportunities


Even in a depressed job market, people with computer science degrees are winning. While other industries are experiencing contraction, the Bureau of Labor Statistics predicts that the computer science jobs will increase by 19 percent by 2020. Although computer scientists are in demand nationwide, there are a few cities that have more job opportunities than most. Armed with your Seattle University Computer Science degree, consider launching your career in these technology hotspots.

Washington, DC

The federal government is driving the need for people with computer science educations. A long list of government departments need people with computer backgrounds and up-to-date knowledge of new technologies. The suburbs surrounding DC, where companies that do contract work for the government are located, also need computer science specialists.

New York City

New York’s thriving financial sector needs computer scientists to manage their data and programs, but the universities are really driving the demand in this job market.  Many of these jobs are faculty positions that require a computer science graduate degree as well a portfolio of published works within the field.


It should come as no surprise to students in Seattle University’s Department of Computer Science and Software Engineering that there is a hotbed of technology jobs right in their own backyard. The Pacific Northwest leads the country in tech, and the city is packed with innovative companies who need new talent to help them grow. Our school is tapped into the city’s technology sector, and our Career Services team helps our well-prepared graduates find work within the field.

Take a step towards securing a bright future for yourself, and contact Seattle University’s Department of Computer Science and Software Engineering. Get answers to all of your questions about our graduate degree programs and find out about the advantages of entering the job market as one of our graduates. Call us at (206) 452-2262 to get started. 

Undergraduate Studies Available through the College of Science and Engineering

Female Technical Student

At Seattle University’s Department of Computer Science & Software Engineering, we offer unique programs that often emphasize an interdisciplinary approach. When you enroll in our school, you’ll meet with your academic advisor to discuss your course of study. Explore majors that appeal to you, such as a computer science degree to prepare you for today’s high-tech marketplace, or a degree in mechanical engineering, with which you might design alternative energy technologies, medical devices, or robotic technology.

Seattle University also offers degrees in biology, chemistry, and physics, in addition to a general science study program. The latter program is ideal for those who are interested in a broad range of fields, including mathematics, physics, chemistry, and biology. Our other programs of study include civil and environmental engineering, pre-health, and environmental science.

To view our complete listing of programs, please visit the website of Seattle University’s Department of Computer Science & Software Engineering. Or, you can call us at (206) 452-2262 with any questions you might have about our computer science degree or other programs.

Stay On Top of Your Class Schedule By Downloading This Handy App!

Being a college student is a busy time in your life. However, carefully planning out your schedule can make it easier to stay on top of your responsibilities. Now, you can ditch your day planner and carry your schedule around with you on your phone. Simply download the Schedule Planner app by Intersog to gain access to a wealth of features to organize your life.

Schedule Planner

Schedule Planner allows you to categorize and label your responsibilities for comprehensive organization. You can also designate start and end times, add any additional notes, and set alarms. You can even use the color coded charts for enhanced productivity.

Pursue your academic goals by enrolling in Seattle University’s Department of Computer Science & Software Engineering. Learn more about our degrees in computer science, software engineering, and more by calling (206) 452-2262 or visit our website for more information.

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