Do you still have questions about the online programs at Seton Hall? Find answers to some of our most frequently asked questions below or attend a virtual information session.
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Is financial aid available?
Yes, financial aid is available for those who qualify. Visit the Seton Hall Office of Financial Aid page for more information.
Is earning an online degree right for me?
Earning an online graduate degree from Seton Hall University enables you to advance your career opportunities while you still meet your professional, family and other commitments.
Online classes give you the opportunity to complete your coursework when and where it’s convenient for you, giving you the flexibility you need as a working professional.
Is Seton Hall accredited?
Yes. Seton Hall University and its online programs are accredited by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools. Individual programs have additional accreditations, including:
- The M.B.A. and M.S.A.C. programs are accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB).
- The M.S.N, Nurse Practitioner Adult Gerontology is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE).
- The M.P.A. is accredited by the Network of Schools of Public Policy, Affairs, and Administration (NASPAA).
What are the faculty’s qualifications?
Our national and international faculty are highly accomplished educators and experts. We engage professional practitioners and faculty members who have demonstrated significant achievements in their respective fields. Most of our online instructors are longtime full-time Seton Hall faculty who have terminal degrees and also teach in Seton Hall’s traditional on-campus programs. Their knowledge of these programs allows them to create a seamless and dynamic online educational experience for their online students.
When is the next start date for online classes?
Seton Hall offers convenient start dates throughout the calendar year. Visit the academic calendar to find out more about your degree of interest.
How do online courses work?
In our online courses, you will access a virtual classroom using an online learning management system. Just as you would in a traditional course, you will be required to complete your assignments according to a set schedule, maintain contact with your instructor and participate with classmates using online discussion forums. Your required assignments might include readings, writing papers and other projects. Our online students often report that their online learning experience is even better than the traditional classes they’ve completed because of the engagement and discussion they experience learning with fellow students from around the country and across the globe.
Do I have to be online at a certain time each day or week?
No. You may choose the days and times you want to log in to the Internet to work on an assignment. But you must complete your assignments and submit them by the specified dates and times.
Are all the programs fully online?
Most of Seton Hall’s online graduate programs are fully online, with no on-campus components or required residencies.
- The M.B.A. program requires a two-day on-campus orientation. For more information, see the M.B.A. overview page.
- The online Master of Science in Nursing – Nurse Practitioner programs also have in-person requirements:
- Three on-campus immersion experiences
- 600 clinical hours