Students interested in pursuing a graduate nursing degree can connect and engage with program directors, plus learn about the application process and scholarship opportunities during these sessions.
Interprofessional Health Sciences Campus
The IHS campus creates a forward-thinking approach to healthcare education, bringing together future doctors, nurses and health professionals in the fields of medicine, nursing, physical therapy, physician assistant, occupational therapy, athletic training and speech language pathology. This innovative team-based training reflects the future of healthcare delivery; Seton Hall is one of only a few universities using this model. This new approach will vastly improve cooperation and communication among health professionals and greatly strengthen patient care.
Seton Hall’s partnership with Hackensack Meridian Health’s extensive hospital network offers premiere access to clinical teaching sites for students in all of our healthcare programs.
The Seton Hall and Hackensack Meridian Health partnership was the only private school of medicine in the state of New Jersey and was one of only five schools of medicine affiliated with a Catholic university in the nation.
Teams of MHA students won first place and honorable mention at case study challenge.
Prof. Bryan Pilkington was part of inaugural class for faculty development program of the Academy for Professionalism in Health Care.
College of Nursing Sophomore Stephanie Martinez has received the 2022 Minette's Angels Scholarship.
The School of Health and Medical Sciences combines the expertise of Seton Hall University with the resources of affiliate healthcare sites to provide exemplary academic and clinical training in graduate-level health sciences and health administration.
The School’s emphasis on interprofessional education prepares healthcare leaders of tomorrow to focus on patient-centered care and to make a difference in patients’ lives and their communities. All School of Health and Medical Sciences (SHMS) classes are held on the Interprofessional Health Sciences Campus. More Information about the School of Health and Medical Sciences »
Undergraduate Nursing students spend their first three semesters on the South Orange campus. Courses consist primarily of foundation science, humanities and core courses. Students will take one Nursing course during the first semester of their sophomore year which will be conducted on the South Orange campus by Nursing faculty. At the start of the fourth semester, undergraduate students will take all of their courses (with the exception of one elective course and their Core 3 course) on the IHS campus; this will consist entirely of nursing coursework and clinical experiences. Nursing advisors have an office on the South Orange campus and are available to freshmen and first-semester sophomores two days per week. All Nursing faculty and administrators’ offices are located on the IHS campus.
Graduate Courses, All M.S.N.-Clinical Nurse Leader courses take place on the IHS campus. All online M.S.N. and D.N.P. programs require attendance on the IHS campus for orientation and two to three immersion experiences throughout the duration of the program.
Ph.D. students take courses either on the South Orange or IHS campus, depending of course sequencing. More information about the School of Nursing »