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Academic Quality: What’s on your list? Count the advantages of AACSB accreditation. Small classes. An outstanding faculty. Mentoring opportunities. It’s all here.
Focus on Success: This is where you’ll be challenged as never before. And together we’ll explore how values and ethics play an integral part in your success story.
Networking: When you attend business and economics classes here in Seattle, the contacts you make can lead to exciting career opportunities. It’s all about being in the right place, at the right time.
Reputation: At SPU’s School of Business, Government, and Economics, you’ll learn essential tools to practice business in a way that contributes to society. That’s what we’re known for.
Our Faith & Co. documentary film series and courses highlight the struggles and triumphs of people living out business as their calling.
Season 1, Business on Purpose, offers the idea that the purpose of business, under God, is to serve. Registration for the Business on Purpose online course is now open and can be taken for free or for credit. The course start date is September 21.
Season 2, Serving Employees, explores how faith shapes the way organizations engage with and manage employees. The Serving Employees online course will next be offered in Winter 2021. For more information, visit the Faith & Co. website.
In the School of Business, Government, and Economics at Seattle Pacific University, we believe the highest purpose of business is to serve. Designed to advance “another way of doing business,” SPU's program is AACSB-accredited with quality instruction, small classes, and professional mentoring that underscore our emphasis on ethics derived from a distinctly Christian worldview.
Whether you're a potential graduate or undergraduate student, SPU's School of Business, Government, and Economics opens the door to service in the marketplace. Our Mission: "Deeply grounded in Christian faith and values, we develop leaders who advance human flourishing through service in business, government, and civil society."
We offer six undergraduate majors: Accounting, Business Administration (with seven distinct emphases), Economics, Global Development Studies, Political Science, and Politics, Philosophy & Economics. Minors include Business Administration, Economics, Entrepreneurship, and Political Science.
Choose from master's degree programs in Business Administration (MBA), Master of Science in Data Analytics in Business (MS-DAB), Information Systems (MS-IS), and other Master of Arts in Management options (Human Resources, Cyber-Security, and Faith and Business).
Certificates in Cybersecurity and Data Analytics focus on these emerging and important areas. Our continuing education Certificate in Faith and Business is appropriate for both ministry and business professionals. You may also be interested in our innovative Faith & Co. online course. We also partner with another educational provider to offer certificates in Human Resource Management.
AACSB International represents the highest standard of achievement for business schools worldwide.
SBGE was the first Northwest business school to participate with PRME in 2007, a program of the United Nations. This year, our school is one of a select group of PRME Champions. Learn more about this distinctive program which intersects with our own mission.
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