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INTERNSHIPS


Seton Hall students have had internships or found employment at:


• Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley


• The United Nations, World Food Program


• ABC, CBS, CNN, ESPN, NBC, MTV • Lincoln Center, Carnegie Hall • Merck, Pfi zer, Johnson & Johnson


Career advantage Nestled in the suburban village of South Orange, New Jersey, Seton Hall provides the safe, quaint charm of a small town and the hustle and bus- tle of New York City life only 30 minutes away. Just hop on the train in the center of town and the worlds of entertainment, art, publishing, fi nance, and fashion; the United Nations; and thousands of major corporations are at your doorstep. This translates to a career edge and un- precedented job opportunities, not to mention lots of career advantage. Seton Hall offers more than 17,000 internship opportunities, and more


MAJORS AND PROGRAMS


• Accounting# • Accounting (fi ve-year BS/MS dual degree)∞


• Africana Studies# • American Humanics√ • Ancient Greek† • Anthropology# • Applied Scientifi c Mathematics†


• Arabic† • Archaeology† • Art (Art History#, Fine Arts)# • Art (BA/MA in Museum Professions)§


• Asian Studies# • Athletic Training (fi ve-year BA/ MS or BS/MS dual degree)∞


• Biochemistry • Biology (BA or BS) • Broadcasting and Visual Media#


• Business Administration#‡ • Catholic Studies#‡ • Catholic Theology# • Chemistry# • Classical Culture† • Classical Languages† • Classical Studies# • Communication Studies (BA/ MA in Communication or Public Relations)§


• Computer Graphics√ • Computer Science# • Creative Writing • Criminal Justice# • Data Visualization and Analysis√


• Digital Media and Video√ • Digital Media Production for the Web√


• Diplomacy and International Relations#


• Early Childhood Education (integrated with Elementary and Special Education)


• Economics (BA or BS) • Education with Speech- Language Pathology (six-year BSE/MS dual degree)∞


• Elementary Education (integrated with Early Childhood and Special Education)


• Engineering (Biomedical, Chemical, Civil, Computer, Electrical, Industrial, Mechanical)§


• English# • Entrepreneurial Studies√ • Environmental Sciences† • Environmental Studies# • Ethics and Applied Ethics† • Finance • French# • Gerontology • Graphic Design • History# • Information Technologies√ • Information Technology Management‡


• International Business† • International Relations • Italian# • Italian Studies† • Journalism# • Latin† • Latin America and Latino/ Latina Studies#


• Law (dual-admission program with Seton Hall Law)∞


• Legal Studies in Business† • Liberal Studies


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• Management • Marketing • Mathematics# • MBA (fi ve-year BA/ MBA or BS/MBA dual degree)∞


• Medicine (Joint Bachelor’s/MD Program)


than 81% of students have an in- ternship—or two— on their résumé before graduation. In fact, Seton Hall is ranked #4 in the nation for providing internship opportunities. Seton Hall students have an em- ployment rate of 92%, and mid-ca- reer earnings are 50% higher than the national average. Seton Hall offers a comprehensive Career Cen- ter, and your career counselor begins working with you freshman year. 


Seton Hall University South Orange, NJ admissions.shu.edu thehall@shu.edu


“I transferred to Seton Hall with


almost 90 credits, and even though I only spent a year here before


completing my degree, I was able to intern for The Daily Show with Jon


Stewart and Piers Morgan Tonight at CNN. A few weeks before I graduated, I already had a job at CNN.”


• Modern Languages • Music (Comprehensive, History, and Performance#) • Music History† • Music Technology† • Musical Theatre† • Nonprofi t Studies† • Nursing • Occupational Therapy (six- year BA/MS dual degree)∞


— PAUL MURPHY TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA


• Social and Behavioral Sciences


• Online Course Development and Management√


• Philosophical Theology√ • Philosophy# • Physical Therapy (seven-year BS/DPT dual degree)∞


• Physician Assistant (six-year BS/MS dual degree)∞


• Physics (BA or BS)# • Political Science# • Pre-dental* • Pre-law* • Pre-medical* • Pre-optometry* • Pre-veterinary* • Psychology (BA or BS) • Public Relations# • Religion# • Russian† • Russian and East European Studies†√


• Secondary Education (optional integration with Special Education)


• Social Work# • Sociology# • Spanish# • Special Education (integrated with Early Childhood, Elementary, and Secondary Education)


• Speech-Language Pathology (4+3 with Psychology or Education)


• Sport Management# • Supply Chain Management√ • Theatre# • Web Design√ • Women and Gender Studies† • Writing†


† Minor only # Minor also available √ Certifi cate program only ‡ Certifi cate program also available § Dual-degree program with New Jersey Institute of Technology


∞ Seton Hall dual-degree program (please contact the Offi ce of Admissions for details)


* Pre-professional program; must also select a major


@CollegeXpress


• The New York Times, Wall Street Journal


• Secret Service, FBI, DEA • New York Mets, New York Giants • Prudential, AIG • Deloitte, KPMG • The Museum of National History • Google, Amazon


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