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.
95 percent of CityU alumni said they took an active role in their learning at CityU. Students in this School will absolutely find this to be true. Each program is led by practicing professionals, and each course demands active participation. If you know how you want to serve your community, we want to get you there.
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 and all programs focus on improving quality of life by learning to either directly serve individuals or groups.
The counseling degree programs prepares students how to work in the mental health fields. The undergraduate criminal justice program blends several disciplines including law enforcement, corporate investigations and cyber forensic investigation. And the health and human services program prepare students how to serve their community in a variety of capacities.
The most flexible of degree programs is the general studies degree which allows you to assemble your own interdisciplinary academic program and complete it all online.
CityU’s advisors will help customize the perfect program for you and your career, so if you know where you want to go we can help get you there.
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