Seton Hall U. hosts virtual open house for graduates – Essex News Daily

SOUTH ORANGE, NJ – Seton Hall University will host its annual Graduate Open House as a live virtual event on Saturday, February 26 at noon. The event offers participants the opportunity to prepare for their higher education journey.

Participants can learn about the university’s graduate and certificate programs in the high-demand fields of business, communications, international relations, education, counseling, healthcare administration health, occupational therapy, law, nursing, data science, social work and more. Organized breakout sessions will allow participants to hear about career opportunities in the areas that interest them most and ask questions about admissions requirements and the program.

Prospective students can also connect with program directors as well as current students and alumni, who will offer a first-hand perspective on their own experiences as graduate students and recount how their time at Seton Hall has informed and supported their professional and personal growth. At the Graduate Open House, attendees can take virtual tours of the South Orange Campus at Seton Hall as well as the state-of-the-art Health Sciences Campus at Nutley and Newark Law School. Participants can also take part in breakout sessions organized by different support service units at Seton Hall.

“The Graduate Open House has provided an engaging and informative experience for future Seton Hall graduate students for many years, and this year’s virtual program will be no exception,” said Christopher Cuccia, Vice Provost for Academic Affairs. and graduate studies. “In today’s job market, an increasing percentage of jobs require advanced degrees. A graduate degree typically offers many career benefits – whether someone wants to change fields, advance in their current role, or differentiate themselves from the competition. Also, if someone is interested in personal enrichment, there is nothing better than being an active lifelong learner.

Seton Hall offers full-time and part-time graduate, certificate, and continuing education courses. Programs are designed for working professionals with night and weekend options and are available online, on campus, or in a hybrid format.

An application fee waiver will be issued to those who attend the Graduate Open House and then subsequently apply to a graduate program.

To learn more about the virtual event, visit or contact the Office of Superior Affairs at 973-275-2892.

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