The College of Arts and Sciences offers 6 master degrees and a crime analysis certificate program.
Our graduates are prepared to address the ongoing challenges of organizations and become leaders for a more just and humane world.
The MFA in Arts Leadership empowers the next generation of leaders to meet the complex challenges of managing arts organizations. Our students come from around the world for our small classes, practicums in a local arts organization, and experienced directors of arts organizations among our faculty.
The Criminal Justice Department at Seattle University is one of only seven departments in the United States with programs certified by the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences. This certification acknowledges the strengths of our programs, our scholarship, and our teaching. Graduates are prepared to work in law enforcement, courts, victim services, social services, academia, and research and policy agencies.
The Master of Nonprofit Leadership (MNPL) combines the latest in leadership theory with the practical skills and dexterity required to meet the varied challenges of the nonprofit sector. Our graduates make mission-critical decisions that result in sustainable and lasting impacts on their organizations and communities.
The M.A. in Psychology is based on the existential-phenomenological-therapeutic approach. We offer a broad foundation in psychology, philosophy, and psychopathology rooted in the phenomenological and hermeneutical traditions within psychotherapy. An extensive practicum prepares students for success as psychotherapists in private practice, hospitals, and clinics.
The Master of Public Administration (MPA) is an NSPPAA-accredited curriculum that emphasizes experiential learning with a blend of management theory and public policy analysis. Our graduates enter rewarding positions in local, state, and federal governments as well as in non-governmental organizations in the United States and abroad.
The Master of Sport Administration and Leadership (MSAL) emphasizes critical analysis of complex programs and using theory and research to address the wide range of challenges facing sport administration. Our graduates become leaders in the sport management field.
Dec. 5: MA in Psychology 5:30 -7:00 p.m.
Dec. 5: MA in Criminal Justice6:00 – 7:30 p.m.
Jan. 9: MA in Criminal Justice6:00 - 7:30 p.m.
Jan. 22: Masters in Nonprofit Leadership, 5:30 - 6:30 p.m.
Jan. 25, 9:30 - 11:30 a.m.
Details on the campus calendar.
Jan. 15M.A. Psychology
Feb. 15Master of Sport Administration and Leadership
March 15MA Criminal JusticeMFA Arts LeadershipMaster of Nonprofit Leadership
Master of Public AdministrationFor Spring Quarter: Feb. 20For Summer Quarter: May 20For Fall Quarter: July 20For Winter Quarter: Oct. 20