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Seton Hall University

Business - Management and Administration Scores
Students who would return
Would not - 5/11
Student Surveys
(in Business - Management and Administration)
Males: 10, Females: 6
Average Yrs. Completed: 2.1

Education Quality Vs. Competing Schools

Seton Hall University
Average of All Schools
Average of schools in class

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Student Expectations

Expected coursework difficulty:4.1 High
Actual difficulty:3.4 Medium
Students found the coursework to be easier than expected.

Educational Quality vs. Student Intellect

English Speaking

Percent of teaching staff that does not speak satisfactory English10-20%

Student Personalities

Faculty Personalities

Business - Management and Administration:

Seton Hall is a good business and diplomacy school, if you are looking to just focus on your studies and nothing else then I guess Seton Hall is the s...
Seton Hall has a good reputation as a private catholic school in the NJ area. The education is definately not worth $40,000 and with all the money tha...
There's not many things harder than admitting you chose poorly in one of the biggest decisions of your life. But that's where I'm at, because Seton Ha...
I am so glad I chose Seton Hall over UofF, Fl's factory university. Now, I actually have career prospects. Small yet abundant in resources, Seton Hall...
Seton Hall was a perfect fit for me... coming from a small private HS in Philadelphia, transitioning into a mid-sized campus was a HUGE departure from...
Here's the thing about Seton Hall, if you do what you're supposed to do, you'll get the grades and have a social life. If you are looking for a party ...
Something that isn't really asked above is job placement. I haven't graduated yet, but I'm very confident once I do, Seton Hall will help me find a j...
I would never recommend this school to anyone. I know its business program has gained recognition lately, but I do not understand why. I never studied...
Going to this school, was a giant mistake. Were do I even start... well my professors were awful and unhelpful. The food is disgusting, ate raw chicke...
This school is lame. I am an out of state student and was attracted by the school's proximity to New York City. The school seemed attractive on paper ...
After a thorough investigation of what SHU had to offer, I choose to attend here. Great scholarship, spoken highly of technology advancements, proxim...
Seton Hall has a good business program but the surrounding campus is absilutely atrocious. I feel like I have to walk around with a bullet proof vest ...
I don't get why seton hall has such bad ratings on here and are basically first in everything bad... This is actually not the case at all. I love the ...
Seton Hall University is a joke. I hate it here so much. I dont even know where to begin. The only good thing about this school is the campus, it is a...
I love everything about this place. Small college, great people, worth every penny. Sometimes you have to milk em for your money though, so stay on ...
This business school sucks! I am wasting my money. The dean is slimy to please all the students who pay, and the professors are all weird, no practi...
Seton Hall is without a doubt on the rise. With the new $128mil increase in its endowment, the university is already seeing definite growth and will s...
Seton Hall is a type of school you go to when your parents have money but you screwed up high school or if you don't know any better. There are benef...
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