Seton Hall’s New Dual Degree Program

Through an exciting new dual degree program at Seton Hall University, students can earn their bachelor’s degree in diplomacy and international relations and a juris doctor in just six years. This 3+3 program will save students time and money while giving them an unparalleled education in global affairs and a degree from one of the nation’s top law schools.

As part of the program, students will enjoy the benefits of:

  • Unprecedented access to UN assembly and committee meetings
  • Internship opportunities at places like the UN, Secret Service, World Food Program, and U.S. Supreme Court
  • Chances to expand their knowledge by studying in Washington, DC, and in numerous other countries
  • Special events featuring speakers such as Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor, UN Secretary General Ban Ki Moon, and countless heads of state and foreign dignitaries

How to Apply
When students apply for undergraduate admission to Seton Hall, they should select the Law (3+3 program) on the application. Admission qualifications for the 3+3 program include:

  • Minimum unweighted GPA of 3.5
  • Minimum of 1270 on the new SAT with no less than a 650 in the Evidence-Based Reading and Writing (ERW) section or a 27 on the ACT
  • Strong essay and recommendations

Once in the program, students must maintain a certain GPA at Seton Hall and take the LSATs prior to transitioning to the law school.

Students can launch their career with two degrees from one of the nation’s leading Catholic universities. Learn more at !