Taking One Class

Expand your knowledge, enhance your skillset, or just enrich your life by taking a single course at Seattle University. Our courses are dynamic and designed for busy adults who want to do more. Are you considering returning to school and want to see what it feels like to be back in a course? Or are you after a specific skill that will help you succeed in what you’re already doing? Below please find a list of fall classes. Courses begin September 26th.

Take a class with us this winter.

ORGL 3030: Organizational Communication

The ability to communicate effectively is vital to professional success. Learn effective communication behaviors and skills for contemporary organizations. Students engage in interactive exercises and the practical application of theory in written, oral and presentational forms.

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ORGL 3050: Financial Management

Discover how leaders’ decision-making affects the financial health and long-term outcomes of their organizations. Attain financial literacy by learning how to read balance sheets and financial statements. Gain a broad understanding of the basic concepts and rules of financial reporting for organizations.

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ORGL 3910: Marketing in the 21st Century

Develop the skills to approach marketing in a way that drives revenue for organizations. Students will know how to communicate modern marketing strategies to key stakeholders, as well as learn how to develop an actionable marketing plan.

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ORGL 4050: Organizational Law

Leaders must understand how business and industry regulations affect the running of contemporary organizations. Through an exploration of legal topics related to profit/nonprofit and public/private sector enterprises, you will gain a foundational understanding of organizational law.

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How to Apply

Click the link to Apply Now and you will be taken to our easy and free online application.

On the first page of the application be sure to select the “I just want to try out some courses” option and you will be directed to our short form. When prompted, don’t forget to list the course number for the course you would like to take, for example UCOR 1300 or WATS 4010. Once your application is processed, you will receive instructions telling you how to register for the course you want.

If you encounter any troubles in submitting your application, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us for assistance or more information. Our admissions counselors are here to help you at every step of the way.

We look forward to seeing you in class!