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Graduate Studies at Seton Hall

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With more than 3,000 graduate students, over 120 programs to choose from and a national reputation for excellence, Seton Hall feels like a big school. The University has been singled out for distinction by The Princeton Review, U.S. News & World Report and Bloomberg Businessweek.

But what you’ll discover, is that we’re all about community.

As a graduate student at Seton Hall, you’ll have a chance to build lifelong relationships with a diverse group of students. You’ll get to know your professors and share their passion for scholarship. You’ll come with passions of your own, of course. Whatever you’re aiming for, we’ll make it work.

You can take cutting-edge classes that meet virtually or enjoy engaging with fellow students in a traditional on-campus classroom experience that complements your work schedule.

As a graduate student, you'll have access to results-oriented career resources and connections to an active, global alumni network that is 100,000 strong and growing.

You can conduct research or study in our state-of-the-art library and have full access to our newly expanded Regan Recreation and Athletic Center. We’re glad you’re considering making Seton Hall your academic home. Let’s keep the conversation going.

Graduate Studies at Seton Hall

Discover what great minds can do. Seton Hall offers more than 120 graduate programs to help you move your career forward.

Academic Excellence

As one of the nation’s leading universities, Seton Hall offers 60 stellar academic programs, at the undergraduate and graduate level, highly ranked by The Princeton Review, U.S. News & World Report and Bloomberg Businessweek. We boast an accomplished faculty of researchers, authors, artists, industry leaders, former ambassadors, analysts and Fulbright scholars.

Personal Attention

At the Hall, we pride ourselves on small classes and dedicated faculty members who will know your name and will work closely to mentor and guide your success. Our student-to-faculty ratio just is 14:1 and our average class size is 20 students. As a Catholic University, we provide a nurturing community designed to foster your growth as a whole person.

Location

Nestled in the suburban Village of South Orange, NJ, Seton Hall offers the best of both worlds, the safe, quaint charm of a small town and just a quick stroll down South Orange Ave., you can hop a 30-minute train to New York City. Within a 10-mile radius of campus is a powerhouse corporate corridor with over 50 Fortune 500 companies — for you, this translates to career opportunities and access to industry leaders who visit campus to help you get an educational edge.

An Education that Inspires Great Minds

When you study at Seton Hall, you’ll be part of an ambitious community of more than 3,000 graduate students. But you’ll never feel like a number. We offer a highly personalized education in an intimate setting with faculty who are leaders in their fields and who take an interest in their students’ educational and professional interests. Whether you want to advance your career or start something new, our highly competitive graduate degree and certificate programs – available online and on campus -- will provide the skills you need to reach your goals. We look forward to welcoming you to Seton Hall!

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