With over 140 graduate programs to choose from, Seton Hall offers students access to opportunities that will help them achieve their professional goals.
If you're like many professionals with a college degree, you may have an emerging vision of where you'd like to go next with your career. Gaining the essential expertise and skills needed to go further, however, often means going to graduate school. But where to begin? Visiting campus, meeting with students and staff who are steeped in knowledge about graduate programs and the professional opportunities they can offer, is a solid first step.
Seton Hall's annual Graduate Open House takes place on Saturday, February 22 from 12-3 p.m. We invite you to come discover whether a Seton Hall graduate experience might be the right move for you.
"In the current labor market, an increasing percentage of jobs are requiring advanced degrees. A graduate degree generally offers numerous benefits professionally whether someone wants to switch fields, advance in their current role, or differentiate themselves among the competition," says Christopher Cuccia, Ed.D., associate provost for academic affairs. "Furthermore, if someone's interest is in personal enrichment," Dr. Cuccia adds, "there is nothing better than being an active, life-long learner."
Seton Hall's Graduate Open House takes place Saturday, February 22 from noon - 3 p.m. at Bethany Hall.
Representatives from programs in high-demand fields of business, communication, international relations, education, health and medical sciences, law, nursing, science and theology will be available to meet with prospective students one-to-one and answer your questions. Speak to faculty and staff about admission requirements and curriculum. Discover how your interests, goals and objectives can be supported through one of our 100 plus, graduate programs. Get a first-hand perspective from current students and alumni about their experiences as graduate students and hear how their time at Seton Hall informed and aided their professional and personal growth.
Breakout sessions, hosted by the College of Arts and Sciences, Stillman School of Business, College of Communication and the Arts, School of Theology, College of Education and Human Services, and the School of Diplomacy and International Relations, will allow you to ask questions about applying for graduate school, experience a mini-class, gain "value-added" professional development, or learn more about the industry.
You can also discover how to financially plan their graduate education. Staff will be on hand to provide information about graduate assistantships and scholarship opportunities. The Career Center will also be available to discuss resources for assisting with professional networking, resume building, interviewing, and development workshops.
We encourage you to end the day with a tour of the campus and enjoy a selection of refreshments.
One-to-one attention. A caring and supportive environment. Small classes where colleagues become collaborators and lifelong friends. Faculty and fellow students who are behind you every step of the way and are stakeholders in your success. This is what students and alumni repeatedly say about us.
This is the value of a Seton Hall graduate education. We invite you to be part of it.
Graduate and continuing education courses are offered on a full or part-time basis and are designed for working professionals with night and weekend options. Programs are available online, on-campus or in hybrid format.
Graduate Open House
Saturday, February 22
Seton Hall University Main Campus
An application fee waiver will be issued to all attendees who sign-in at the Open House and subsequently apply to a program.
For more information, or to register for the Open House, click here.