CityU business programs give students a chance not just to study business in the classroom but acquire practical skills and experience. Our faculty work and consult for some of the world’s top companies, which gives students opportunities to learn from real-world business experience and case studies, not just from theory and research.
Seattle is one of the world’s most globally connected cities, with many international companies based in Seattle - including Microsoft, Amazon.com, Starbucks, Expedia, and Boeing - and is one of the most livable cities in the United States according to Forbes magazine.
Why choose city City University of Seattle?
- Downtown Seattle location
- English Language Assisted MBA program
- No GMAT, GRE, or work experience required
- Internship option available
Business Core: 36 quarter credits
- Business Communication and Research
- Law for Global Business
- Project Management and Prioritization
- Managing with Technology
- Applied Marketing
- Applied Managerial Economics
- Managerial Accounting
- Strategic Financial Management
- People and Systems in Organizations
- Business Operations
Emphasis Areas/Business Electives: 12 quarter credits
Students must choose an emphasis area. Popular areas for international students include:
- Project Management
- Global Management
Other emphasis areas may be available periodically, inquire for more details.
Business Foundation: 3 quarter credits
Students without business-related bachelor’s degrees will learn basic business concepts before
proceeding to the advanced courses.
Language Assisted MBA Program
CityU’s English Language Assisted MBA (AMBA) allows students to take MBA and English classes
concurrently, so students with lower English scores can begin their MBA studies more quickly, and can
still complete their MBA program in two years.