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Graduate Affairs at Seton Hall University  

Exceptional scholarship, personal growth, and professional achievement are hallmarks of graduate study at Seton Hall University. As one of the nation’s leading Catholic institutions of higher learning, Seton Hall offers well over a hundred rigorous and highly sought-after graduate programs in the health professions, nursing, business, social work, psychology, communications, diplomacy and international relations, education, the sciences and humanities. In addition to its breadth of programs, the University also provides a variety of traditional, interdisciplinary, and joint degree options, both on-ground and online. 

At Seton Hall, over 3,000 graduate students are afforded a highly personalized education in an intimate setting with members of the University’s faculty who are at the forefront of their disciplines and provide invaluable mentorship in support of students’ educational and professional interests. Whether you wish to advance in your current profession or lay the foundation to start anew, Seton Hall’s highly competitive graduate degree programs will provide the skills you need to excel.

Graduate Admissions Process

  • All graduate applications are processed through the Office of Graduate Admissions, and the applications are reviewed for admission by committees within each graduate department. Learn more »
     
  • For additional information about the graduate application process, including application requirements, deadlines, supporting documentation required for your program of interest, and so forth, please contact the Office of Graduate Admissions at (973) 275 - 2892 or via e-mail at shugrad@shu.edu.
     
  • Each graduate program has its own admission requirements. Please visit the webpage for your intended program to learn more about the program and admission requirements. Graduate programs »

Financing Your Graduate Degree

Many students take out loans to fund their educational programs. There are a number of federal, state and private loan programs available for your use. More »

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