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Do you want to be a lawyer? Seton Hall can get you there!

Seton Hall Law is one of the most renowned law schools in the nation, ranked #1 in the nation for judicial clerkships and No. 11 in the nation for employment by the National Law Journal. Graduates have a 98% employment rate and find employment in government, private sector and at prestigious law firms across the country.

As an undergraduate at Seton Hall University, you can benefit from three amazing 3+3 joint-degree program options with our Law School. These accelerated programs allow you to transition seamlessly from your undergraduate study to law school while reducing your course of study by a full year. This helps you save valuable time and money, getting you to your goal faster so you can start your career sooner.

Here are your 3+3 Law options:

  1. Business + Law – This 3 + 3 program allows you to earn a bachelor's degree from the Stillman School of Business at Seton Hall University and transition to Seton Hall Law for three years to complete your bachelor's and earn your J.D. degree. As an undergraduate, you can major/choose a concentration in economics, finance, information technology management, management, marketing or sport management.
    Admission requirements: Holistic review of application. Cumulative unweighted HS GPA of 3.5 or higher required. Submission of SAT/ACT scores is optional but strongly encouraged.
    Application Process: Submit your application to Seton Hall and select the following major: Law & Business (3+3 program)
    You must be selected for this program at the point of admission to Seton Hall University
     
  2. Diplomacy and International Relations + Law This 3 + 3 program allows you to earn a bachelor's degree in Diplomacy and International Relations at Seton Hall University and transition to Seton Hall Law for three years to complete your bachelor's and earn your J.D. degree.
    Admission requirements: Holistic review and open to all students who meet the entrance requirement for the School of Diplomacy & International Relations as long they maintain a 3.6 GPA at Seton Hall. On average students admitted to the School of Diplomacy & International Relations have a 3.2 GPA. Submission of SAT/ACT scores is optional but strongly encouraged.
    Application Process: Submit your application to Seton Hall and select the following major: Law & International Relations (3+3 program)
    You must be selected for this program at the point of admission to Seton Hall University
  3. College of Arts & Sciences – Majors in Political Science, Religion or Social Work 
    This 3 + 3 program allows you to earn a bachelor's degree in one of these Arts & Sciences majors at Seton Hall University then transition to Seton Hall Law for three years to complete your bachelor's and earn your J.D. degree.
    Admission requirements: Holistic review and open to all students who meet entrance requirements for Political Science, Religion or Social Work as long they maintain a 3.6 GPA at Seton Hall. On average students admitted to these programs have a 3.2 GPA. Submission of SAT/ACT scores is optional but strongly encouraged.
    Application Process: Submit your application to Seton Hall and select one of the following majors: Law & Political Science (3+3 program), Law & Religion (3+3 program), or Law & Social Work (3+3 program). 
    You can select this program at the point of admission or at any point during your undergraduate career as an Arts & Sciences major as long as you have a cumulative 3.6 GPA and have taken the necessary courses.

Students can apply using the Common Application or the Seton Hall application available on admissions.shu.edu. Students will be automatically admitted to a 3+3 program if they meet the indicated criteria above, have strong recommendations and essays and have not engaged in any inappropriate conduct. Students admitted to any of the 3+3 Law programs must maintain a 3.6 cumulative GPA at Seton Hall and achieve an LSAT score in the 77th percentile to continue in the program and enter the Law School.

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