Seattle University

Seattle University
Albers School of Business and Economics
901 12th Avenue
Seattle, WA 98122

(206) 296-5700
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Bridge MBA

Seattle
1-year, full-time program
Cohort, lockstep program for non-business majors.
Credits48
DurationFour quarters
IntakeFall
Cost$40,800
Application fee$55
Admission Requirements
    Have less than two years of work experience
Application Checklist
  • Resume
  • Essay outlining why you wish to join the Bridge MBA program, and how you expect the Bridge to aid your future job search (500 words or less)
  • Official Transcripts from undergraduate and any post-baccalaureate work
  • Official GMAT or GRE test scores sent from testing agency
  • Official TOEFL or IELT test scores, if required
  • Interview with the Program Director

Professional MBA

Seattle
2-year, full-time program which can be taken on a part-time basis
Classes are taught in the evenings, with each class meeting one evening per week.
Credits54 credits (24 credits of required classes 30 credits of electives)
DurationFull-time student: 1.5-2 years (6 quarters)
Part-time student:2.5-6 years
IntakeWinter, Spring, Summer, Fall
Application fee$55
Application Checklist
  • GMAT or GRE score
  • Current resume
  • Official transcripts from undergraduate and any post-baccalaureate work
  • Official TOEFL test scores, if required

Leadership Executive MBA

Seattle
Executive MBA program
Classes typically meet typically Thursday through Saturday from 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
IntakeFall
Cost$16,500 per quarter (6 quarters)
Application fee$55
Admission Requirements
  • At least 1O years of work experience (minimum of 7 in a managerial role)
  • Hold a four-year undergraduate or baccalaureate degree from a regionally-accredited institution or U.S. equivalent as evidenced by a degree-posted transcript or degree certificate
Application Checklist
  • Official transcripts from all post-secondary educational institutions attended, including both undergraduate and graduate programs
  • Current resume
  • Two recommendations
  • GMAT, GRE, or Executive Assessment (EA) score
  • Personal statement (2-4 pages)
  • Interview

Online MBA

online
Online program
DurationAs few as 2.5 years to complete
IntakeFall, Winter, Spring, Summer
Application fee$55
Admission Requirements
  • Have a 3.0 GPA or higher (on a 4.0 scale)
  • A GMAT score of at least 500 or a comparable GRE score
  • At least two years of professional work experience
Application Checklist
  • Completed online application
  • Resume demonstrating at least two years of professional work experience
  • Official GMAT or GRE test scores (sent by the testing agency) or waiver
  • Official transcripts from all undergraduate and post-baccalaureate work
  • Optional personal statement
  • Official English language proficiency test scores, if required. TOEFL, IELTS, and PTE are accepted

JD/MBA

Seattle
Dual program
The Juris Doctor/Master of Business Administration dual degree program is designed to allow students to complete both degrees in less time than if the two degrees were obtained independently outside the program.
DurationThe program can be completed in as little as 4 years as a full-time student. It will be longer longer if the student is part-time.
CostGraduate business courses: $800 per credit hour
Law courses: $1,367 per credit

MBA/Master's in Professional Accounting

Seattle
Dual program

MBA/MS in Business Analytics

Seattle
Dual program
Students can obtain both a Professional Master of Business Administration (PMBA) and Master of Science in Business Analytics (MSBA) concurrently and earn both degrees using fewer credit hours than if the degrees were pursued separately.

Professional MBA/Master of Science in Finance

Seattle
Dual program
Students can obtain both a Professional Master of Business Administration (PMBA) and Master of Science in Finance (MSF) concurrently and earn both degrees using fewer credit hours than if the degrees were pursued separately.