Graduate Admissions: Opening Doors to Graduate Study
Graduate Admissions can open the door to graduate study for you at Seattle Pacific University. You’ll find information about all 45 of SPU’s graduate programs — from open house events to application resources. Or just come in for a friendly conversation to answer your questions. Graduate Admissions is your first step on the way to enrolling in any graduate program SPU offers — master’s, doctoral, certificate, or dual degree.
Why Graduate Admissions?
Because your needs are specific to fit your career, our graduate programs are not “one size fits all.” That’s why we’ve created a single resource center where you can come for specific program information, guidance through the admissions process, and other relevant help to get you going on this journey. After all, applying to a graduate program may seem daunting, but it doesn't need to be.
And since you’re busy in your life and career, we’ll help smooth out any rough spots and get you where you need to go. That’s what we’re here for.
What Would You Like to Study?
At SPU, you may choose from 45 distinct graduate programs.
Graduate Admissions News
Did you know that SPU offers a one-year master's degree in business? The MA in Social and Sustainable Management is a great program for recent college grads who are interested in using business to make a positive impact on the world. Here, you will get hands-on experience solving real-world business problems and networking opportunities with some of Seattle's top companies and non-profit organizations. Plus you will learn about emerging markets first-hand on a study abroad trip to China and India. Visit spu.edu/massm for more information.
Keep track of the latest open houses and other time-sensitive events here.
Apply Online to SPU
One application. One submission. Done. Our web-based system is a quick, secure, and convenient way of seeking admission to any graduate program at SPU.
Why I Teach at SPU
Nyaradzo Mvududu, Associate Professor of Education
“I teach at SPU because here I do not have to compartmentalize my faith and my academic career. I view statistics as a tool we can use to understand God’s creation and our work in whatever field as we go about our day-to-day activities.”