Strong work ethic
Ability to work in a team
Students graduating from the Digital Technology and Cultures B.A. will gain the advanced digital skills they need to compete and thrive in the 21st-century workplace.
Jobs requiring advanced digital skills offer 38% higher wages.2
Digitally intensive jobs are growing at a rate 2.5x faster than non-digital jobs.2
Digital Technology and Cultures graduates are prepared for a variety of careers and will possess the ability to make the most of the evolving career landscape. Graduates are also well-positioned to continue their studies in graduate school at many respected universities.
Employers today seek "T-Shaped" candidates—people who possess the skills gained in a liberal arts degree as well as expertise in a highly demanded skill. 3
You are invited to attend an Open House showcasing Seattle University’s School of New and Continuing Studies, offering hybrid degree completion programs and professional certificates.