Seton Hall University’s Stillman School of Business was established in 1950 to provide education geared toward the complex, practical needs of business leaders.
• Information Technology Management
• International Business
• Sport Management
• Supply Chain Management
• MS in Accounting
• MS in Professional Accounting
• MBA/Juris Doctorate
• MBA/MA in Diplomacy and
• MBA/MSN in Health Systems Administration
• Advanced Study
• Entrepreneurial Studies
• Financial Decision Making
• Graduate Accounting
• Graduate Business
• Graduate Taxation
• International Business
• Market Research
• Supply Chain Management
GMAT/GRE Waiver for Highly Qualified Candidates
The Alternate Route Admission program provides a waiver for those with at least five years or more of strong full-time work experience. Waivers may also be granted based on undergraduate GPA, previous graduate degree, or successful completion of a US-recognized certifying exam.
About Seton Hall University
One of the country’s leading Catholic universities, Seton Hall University has been developing students in mind, heart, and spirit since 1856. Home to nearly 10,000 undergraduate and graduate students and offering more than 90 rigorous academic programs, Seton Hall has been singled out for distinction by The Princeton Review, U.S. News & World Report, and Bloomberg Business.
Seton Hall, which embraces students of all religions, prepares its graduates to be exemplary servant leaders and global citizens. In recent years the University has achieved extraordinary success. Since 2009 the University has seen record-breaking undergraduate enrollment growth in addition to an impressive 95-point increase in the average SAT scores of incoming freshmen. In the past decade, Seton Hall students and alumni have been awarded nearly 20 Fulbright Scholarships as well as other prestigious academic honors, including a Rhodes Scholar. In the past five years, the University has invested more than $134 million in new campus buildings and renovations. And in 2015 Seton Hall launched a new School of Medicine as well as a new College of Communication and the Arts.
A founding member of the new Big East Conference, the Seton Hall Pirates field 14 NCAA Division I varsity sports teams. The University’s beautiful main campus is located in suburban South Orange, New Jersey, and is only 14 miles from New York City—offering its students a wealth of employment, internship, cultural, and entertainment opportunities. The University’s nationally recognized School of Law is prominently located in downtown Newark. For more information, visit shu.edu.
Seton Hall University’s Stillman School of Business was established in 1950 to provide education geared toward the complex, practical needs of business leaders. Today our mission is to enrich each student’s life through an ethics-centered education focusing on transforming concepts into business practice.
The majority of the School’s students are pursuing graduate studies while working full time. With this in mind, we offer evening classes, hybrid courses, and intensive multi-day seminar formats.
Moreover, we strive to create an environment where students have the opportunity to engage in hands-on learning so they can immediately apply the concepts they learn in the classroom to their professional workplace.
The Stillman School maintains professional accreditation from the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business International, a distinction earned by less than 5% of the world’s business schools. We are the only Accounting program in Northern New Jersey with AACSB business and accounting accreditation.
Vibrant learning centers
Stillman students sharpen their knowledge and skills in vibrant learning centers such as the Market Research Center, Trading Room, Micah Center for Business Ethics, Center for Entrepreneurial Studies, and Sharkey Sports Polling Institute—the first and only university-based and student-operated ongoing polling service to delve into the multibillion-dollar sports industry.
The Market Research Center is used to conduct research for actual business and nonprofit clients. Our Entrepreneurial Center hosts an annual venture fund competition, offering students cash prizes and mentorship opportunities with its board of advisors. Students enrolled in our supply chain management courses regularly visit important supply chain sites such as AT&T’s Global Network Operations Center and Hackensack University Medical Center. In the Trading Room, students have access to Bloomberg terminals for current data on companies and securities, and as an added benefit, our MBA students can become Bloomberg certified.
Stillman’s MBA program is recognized by The Princeton Review for having outstanding academic offerings and is a U.S. News & World Report “Top Business School for Part-Time MBAs.”
A community behind you
Stillman is a place where faculty are truly invested in students’ success—not just in the classroom but also beyond into their personal and professional endeavors. Our faculty have been enthusiastic about partnering with graduate students on research projects, which have resulted in several articles coauthored by student-faculty teams, with similar projects in process.
We also have a dedicated career counselor who helps support the School’s placement efforts. Whatever the background, faculty members, program advisors, and the career counselor partner to assist in finding the best career path for each student.
More than 70% of the Stillman School’s alumni live within commuting distance of the School, making it easy for them to continue to be involved in Stillman programs and initiatives. Alumni serve as assessors for MBA student presentations and formal and informal mentors to students.
The School also has several discipline-based advisory boards comprised of alumni and industry professionals. These advisors provide input on curriculum as well as networking connections for students.
The Stillman MBA is a 40-credit program with an emphasis on applied learning and principled leadership. It is designed to develop a strong foundation in the functional areas of business such as accounting, economics, and behavioral and quantitative sciences.
Our MS programs require a minimum of 30 credits for completion and provide a strong foundation in accounting. The MS in Professional Accounting rounds out the 150 CPA–credit requirement, and the MS in Accounting, for those new to the field of accounting, helps students shift career tracks to complete the CPA credit requirements.
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