Seton Hall University
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where leaders learn to make a difference.

Every day, Seton Hall graduates are making a world of difference. Whether they are working in thriving companies, busy school districts, or ambitious NGOs on the other side of the globe, they all have something in common -- a degree from a world-class institution where each student counts.

Seton Hall offers accomplished faculty, personalized attention, and more than 120 exciting graduate degrees and certificate programs in Arts and Sciences, Business, Diplomacy and International Relations, Education, Health and Medical Sciences, Law, Nursing and Theology.

You can take graduate or continuing education courses at our beautiful South Orange campus on a full or part-time basis, and many graduate courses cater to working professionals by offering night and weekend meeting times.

Can't make it to campus? Seton Hall also offers several online and hybrid degree programs.  

Video: Sample of SHU Graduate Programs

The Company We Keep

Brian T FitzpatrickBrian Fitzpatrick, M.B.A. '03
President and CEO, Bentley Laboratories, LLC


Lakshmi KripalaniLakshmi Kripalani (1920 - 2013), M.A. '66
Founder, Montessori Schools in the United States

Jonathan Stout
Jonathan Stout '01/M.S.P.A. '02
Director, Office of the President and CEO, Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey

Angelina Martino Finnegan
Angelina Martino Finnegan '91/M.A. '94
Immediate Past President, NJ Principals and Supervisors Association

Michael ArceMichael Arce, M.S.A.T. '12
Assistant Athletic Trainer, Princeton University


Susan MillerSusan Miller '84, M.B.A. '90
Senior Director of Client Services, Resources Global Professionals
Mary Ann Christopher
Mary Ann Christopher M.S.N. '83, R.N., FAAN
President and CEO, Visiting Nurse Service of New York
Yasin Samatar
Yasin Samatar '03, M.A. '04
Special Assistant to the Assistant Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs, United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (UN-OCHA)



 

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Directions and Campus Map

The campus is easily accessed from major New Jersey roadways including Rt. 280, Rt. 78, the Garden State Parkway and the New Jersey Turnpike. 

Disability Support Services
While on-campus, if you need special assistance please reach out to the Office of Disability Support Services at (973) 313-6003 at least two weeks in advance.

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