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Division of Continuing Education and Professional Studies

Summer Programs at Seton Hall University

students walking along sidewalk path on SHU campusReady for summer but don’t have any plans yet? Seton Hall has a myriad of summer courses and programs just for you. Consider taking summer courses to make the most of your academic journey and advance toward your goals with flexibility throughout the summer. Summer courses run through various sessions beginning May 21 through August 23.

Summer offerings at Seton Hall include courses for undergraduate and graduate students, including those visiting from another college or university. If you’re looking to develop new professional skills, accelerate in your program, or take a course in the quieter months of summer, take advantage of Seton Hall’s summer session offerings.

Registration for Seton Hall's Summer Sessions is open.

Intersession I

May 21 - June 10

Intersession II

June 11 - June 28

Summer I (5 weeks)

May 28 - June 28

Summer I (6 weeks)

May 28 - July 3

Summer II

July 1 - August 2

Summer III

August 5 - August 23

*Classes will not be held on June 17 in observance of Juneteenth

"Our summer academic sessions offer courses in a variety of disciplines that can help students progress towards degree completion or simply enrich their knowledge in an area of interest. " said Mary Kate Naatus, Ph.D., Assistant Provost and Dean of the Division of Continuing and Professional Education. " Students can select in person, hybrid or fully remote courses, and can enjoy learning from faculty experts in many different fields. Summer learning in condensed academic sessions can be especially rewarding and allow for even greater interactions in the classes.”

Undergraduate students, current Seton Hall students and visiting students, may also enroll in a wide variety of campus offerings, from Cultural Anthropology to Web Design or Sports, Media and Culture to Organizational Communication.

Other popular undergraduate courses include Digital Art & Design, Asian Studies, American Journalism, Social Psychology, History of African Civilization, Legal Studies, Principles of Marketing, Child and Family Nursing, Social Work, United States Politics, and World History.

For college students who find the sciences and mathematics exciting, they can find the summer as a chance to get a head start. Many are attracted to Astronomy, Biology, Human Anatomy and Physiology, Genetics, General Chemistry, Organic Chemistry and Biochemistry, Calculus, Statistics for Science Majors, and Physics.

Among the numerous faith-based web courses available are Introduction to Catholic Theology, Creation and Science, Religions of the World, Modern Women of Faith, and Philosophical Ethics. 

Graduate students can also gain an edge with courses such as Accounting, Business Analytics, Education Law for education leaders, Politics of Cultural and Ethnic Pluralism, Management Science, and Physical Therapy.

Summer session at Seton Hall isn’t just for current undergraduate and graduate students. High school students have the opportunity this summer to participate in academically rigorous, college preparation coursework. Network with current Seton Hall undergraduates and faculty members, enhance your college application and increase your SAT/ACT test scores. A few pre-college offerings include college prep classes, the Summer Entrepreneurship Institute, Sports Media and Business Academy, STEM programs in Weather Sustainability, Mechanics and Electronics, Baseball Analytics, Cybersecurity and Accounting.

Whether students are seeking to advance their career prospects, explore new interests, or simply stay on track academically, summer courses at Seton Hall University empower students to thrive and succeed in their academic pursuits.

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