Division of Arts & Sciences
City University of Seattle’s Division of Arts and Sciences is one of the lead producers of counselors for Washington State and British Columbia, Canada. Aside from counseling, this School touts highly ranked and in-demand certificate, undergraduate and graduate programs in health and human services, criminal justice and general studies.
Programs in this School serve students who want to better society and help people. Each program sets students up for success by teaching them the skills and knowledge necessary to advance her career in the pathway she selects.
The Division of Arts and Sciences offers certificate, undergraduate and graduate degrees. Each program boasts small class sizes, practitioner faculty, and a curriculum informed by industry experts. All programs place a focus on hands-on learning and aim to improve the quality of life of the individual, a group, a community and/or a company.
The CACREP accredited Master of Arts in Counseling, Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice, and Health and Human Services programs each prepare students to work in growing public or private sector careers. Each provide opportunities to focus on in-demand areas like corporate security or cyber forensic investigation; addiction recovery services; counseling for trauma and violence, grief and loss.
The most flexible of degree programs is the general studies degree which allows students to assemble their own interdisciplinary academic program and complete it all online. A CityU advisor will help customize the perfect program for students and their career. If this is something you’re interested in, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or request for information on this website.
Programs offered by the Division of Arts & Sciences