Seattle University is an Accredited Education Partner of the Association of Certified Chartered Accountants (ACCA). This partnership grants undergraduate accounting majors and Master of Professional Accounting (MPAC) students graduating on or after January 1, 2019 exemptions to at least half of the slate of ACCA exams required to obtain the internationally-recognized ACCA qualification. This partnership reflects the quality of students’ professional formation experience at Seattle University and in the Accounting program in developing the competencies and skills sought-after in candidates joining the global market for accounting professionals.
Established in 1947, the AACSB-accredited Albers School of Business and Economics at Seattle University is home to over 1,600 graduate and undergraduate business students. The Albers School develops exceptional business leaders who are values-driven and committed to advancing the common good. Albers offers students undergraduate degrees in business, with concentrations in nine disciplines, and economics. Our graduate degrees include four MBAs, plus specialized master’s degrees in accounting, business analytics, finance and sport business leadership.
Albers programs are highly ranked nationally, including:
Albers received Center of Excellence status from the Institute of Internal Auditors in 2017, one of only eight such Centers in the world
In addition, our chapter of Beta Alpha Psi has received a Superior Chapter Award for five years in a row. We are one of the most decorated chapters in the Pacific Northwest Region, with five distinguished, twenty six superior, and four gold chapter nominations.
Situated in the heart of the dynamic city of Seattle, we work with the Puget Sound region’s top business professionals to tap their expertise in delivering our highly ranked programs.