After graduating with his bachelor’s degree in economics, John Abrenilla worked for a few startups analyzing big data, and eventually found his interest in corporate investigations. He became a Certified Fraud Examiner and rose through the ranks from project manager to manager of investigations, but then hit a wall.
Melissa Cary, a stay-at-home mom who had a natural interest in technology, saw the growth in the tech field and it helped solidify her decision to turn her interest into a career. So from her home in Michigan, she enrolled in CityU’s Bachelor of Science in Applied Computing program without ever having visited Seattle.
Career changer Russell Stahlke is carrying his love of journalism and writing into his new career as a fourth grade teacher, showing that a variety of knowledge and skill sets can be useful in the classroom.
The Summer in Seattle program lasts for three and a half weeks and gives students the opportunity to take three face-to-face courses for their degree programs, as well as tour premier companies in the Pacific Northwest.
City University of Seattle will recognize 1,144 graduates worldwide, including 560 students attending the university’s 42nd annual commencement ceremony June 17 at 1 p.m. at Key Arena.
City University of Seattle was ranked among the Best Online Bachelor’s Programs for the fifth consecutive year.