Seattle University’s School of Theology and Ministry provides a holistic and integrated graduate education that taps into the wisdom and insight of historic spiritual and religious traditions. Students learn to engage the unique challenges and problems of today through the unique curriculum that allows an individual to work for a more just and humane world through a faith that does justice. The School represents over 17 religious traditions, including partnerships with Reformed, Evangelical, Unitarian, Roman Catholic, and Anglican faith communities, as well as Jewish and Muslim communities. Over 2,200 alumni from the school serve communities worldwide in a variety of vocations.
Additional Info on the School of Theology and Ministry: seattleu.edu/stm
The School has been accredited by the Association for Theological Schools (ATS) since 1993 and holds other professional affiliations by degree program.