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Seton Hill University


A Leading Catholic, Liberal Arts University

Graduate Programs

Move Forward

Seton Hill’s Graduate Programs are designed for students with busy family and/or professional lives. Our programs offer an adult student-friendly learning environment, work-aware scheduling (including online offerings and Saturday and evening courses) and manageable tuition. Financial aid is available as well. Whether you are looking to change jobs, enhance your career or try something completely different, Seton Hill can help you move forward with confidence.

Benefits of earning your graduate degree at Seton Hill include:

  • 97% career placement rate for graduate programs (and career services for life).
  • No GMAT or GRE required for admission.
  • Programs offered online, on campus - or both!
  • Accelerated options in some programs help you earn your degree even faster.
  • Learning at an Apple Distinguished School.
  • Faculty who have worked in their fields of expertise.
  • Competitive tuition and aid opportunities.

Explore the degrees offered through Seton Hill’s Graduate Programs below, then find out more about tuition, aid, admission requirements and other benefits just for graduate students here.


Centers & Community Programs

  • Center for Family Therapy

    The Seton Hill Center for Family Therapy is a community-based mental health center and training site in downtown Greensburg, Pa.

  • Center for Orthodontics

    The Center for Orthodontics, a teaching facility operated by the University, offers a customized, Advanced Specialty Education Program in Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopedics that provides affordable orthodontic treatment options for patients of all ages.

  • National Catholic Center for Holocaust Education

    The National Catholic Center for Holocaust Education makes scholarship on the Holocaust and other acts of genocide accessible to educators at every level.

  • Wukich Center

    The Wukich Center for Entrepreneurial Opportunities (Wukich CEO) supports students who want to start a business. Benefits include: the Wukich Venture Fund; business plan development support; Entrepreneurs-in-Residence; and Wukich Scholars and Interns Programs.

More Centers & Community Programs

To contact the Office of Graduate Admissions, fill out the online Request for Information form. Ready to apply? Apply online now for free! You may also call Graduate Admissions at (724) 838-4208 or email us at