School of Business and Economics Graduate Programs
What do you hope for in a graduate business program? Seattle Pacific University’s School of Business and Economics is recognized for its academic quality, outstanding faculty, small class sizes with flexible scheduling options, and a faith-based commitment to ethics.
At the same time, our dynamic urban location opens doors to unique learning and internship opportunities. There’s no place like Seattle to get connected. Here you’ll find an experience that can help change the course of your career – and your life.
The School of Business and Economics at SPU offers three master’s degree programs.
Master of Business Administration
(MBA), for professionals with at least one year of work experience after receiving a bachelor’s degree, and who recognize a need to expand business knowledge and expertise.
Master of Science in Information Systems Management
(MS-ISM), for those with at least a year of experience who work (or intend to work) in business processes and information integration, generally in a position such as project or information manager, systems analyst, designer, or even CIO.
Master of Arts in Management, with three distinct emphases:
- MA in Management with an emphasis in Social and Sustainable Management (MAM-SSM), for those who did not major in business as an undergraduate and have no experience, but who want to understand responsible, ethical, and sustainable business practices.
- MA in Management with an emphasis in Faith and Business (MAM-FB), for those with at least a year of experience after a bachelor’s degree, who want to use business to serve the common good.
- MA in Management with an emphasis in Human Resources (MAM-HR), for early career HR professionals seeking to develop and expand HR knowledge and expertise.
Meet faculty, ask questions, and get the facts about SPU’s MBA, MS-ISM, MAM-HR and MAM-FB graduate programs at the April 22 Graduate Programs Open House to be held at the Washington Athletic Club in downtown Seattle.
“Getting my MBA at SPU was the best thing I could have done for myself, both personally and professionally. Not only were my ethics and personal values strengthened, but I also grew in my professional life because of the knowledge I gained from some of the best business professors in the country.”
Anna Leiferman ’08 MBA
Employee Relations Specialist Wireless Advocates, LLC