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### Seton Hall’s Graduate Programs Rank High in Latest U.S. News Report

Seton Hall’s postgraduate programs have once again been recognized among the nation’s top programs by U.S. News & World Report.

The School of Law, the Stillman School of Business M.B.A. program, the Master of Social Work (M.S.W.) program, and the School of Health and Medical Sciences’ Occupational Therapy and Physical Therapy programs all secured positions in the top third nationally. Additionally, the Speech Language Pathology program achieved a ranking in the Top 35 percent. Earlier in the year, Seton Hall’s graduate Nursing programs were acknowledged by U.S. News as being in the Top 17 percent nationwide.

Seton Hall’s substantial investments in its distinguished faculty, research initiatives, facilities, and students are yielding extensive benefits that transcend the academic realm, resonating within and beyond their curricula. This progress is evident through various rankings and an independent study conducted by Georgetown University’s Center on Education and the Workforce, which positions Seton Hall favorably concerning student return on investment. This recognition underscores Seton Hall’s advancement and its evolving status as one of the leading universities in the United States.

Law: Achieving Top Rankings

In the 2025 U.S. News & World Report rankings, Seton Hall’s Law School secured the 61st spot nationally. The Law School excelled in various categories, being ranked in the Top 31 Percent overall, Top 12 for Part-Time programs, Top 10 in Health Law, and among the Top 6 Catholic law schools.

Seton Hall Law’s performance this year, although slightly below its peak ranking of 56, reflects its continuous progress amidst changes in methodology that now emphasize student outcomes such as bar passage rates and post-graduation employment in roles utilizing a law degree.

According to U.S. News, Seton Hall Law graduates exhibited an impressive Employment Rate 10 Months After Graduation of 88.3 percent, positioning Seton Hall at the 50th spot nationally in that metric. Additionally, Seton Hall Law excelled in Bar Passage rates for First-Time Takers, surpassing the state average by more than 14 points and securing the 32nd position among all law schools in the country.

Stillman MBA: Rising Rankings

The Stillman School of Business M.B.A. program climbed to the 73rd position in the nation according to U.S. News & World Report’s 2025 Best Graduate Schools rankings, signifying a notable 11-spot improvement from the previous year and placing the program in the top 27 percent nationally.

Furthermore, the Stillman School of Business maintains accreditation from the  — a prestigious recognition achieved by only 5 percent of global business schools offering degrees at the bachelor’s level or higher. Among these accredited schools, only 194 also hold supplemental accreditation in accounting, a distinction proudly held by the Stillman School of Business.

The program’s consistent recognition, including accolades from The Princeton Review and other reputable sources, underscores its exceptional quality and standing within the academic community.

School of Health and Medical Sciences: Leading in Health Education

The School of Health and Medical Sciences at Seton Hall demonstrated its national leadership in health profession education with notable rankings in the latest edition of U.S. News & World Report’s Best Graduate School rankings. The Occupational Therapy program secured the 53rd spot, followed by Physical Therapy at 74 and Speech Language Pathology at 91.

Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, and Speech Language Pathology Programs: Rising Rankings

Seton Hall’s Occupational Therapy program advanced 26 places to attain the 53rd rank nationally, maintaining its status as the top-ranking, fully accredited MSOT program in New Jersey. Similarly, the Physical Therapy program improved its ranking to 74, positioning Seton Hall among the Top Third of all DPT programs in the country. The Speech Language Pathology program also excelled, claiming the 91st spot nationally and retaining its position as a top-ranked program in the state.

Social Work: Ascending Rankings

The Master of Social Work (M.S.W.) program at Seton Hall rose 21 places to secure the 95th position in this year’s U.S. News graduate school rankings. This achievement places the program among the Top 100 and within the top 30 percent of all M.S.W. programs nationwide.

Nursing: Recognized Excellence

Seton Hall’s Graduate Nursing programs received accolades from U.S. News, ranking 32nd nationally and placing in the top 17 percent of programs across the country. This recognition reaffirms Seton Hall’s position as the top-ranked program in New Jersey and the 4th among all Catholic colleges and universities.