Seton Hall University
South Orange, New Jersey, United States
Degrees Offered: Online, MA, MA/JD, MA/MBA, MA/MPA, MA/MA, MA/MA, MS
Pursuing your graduate studies at Seton Hall’s School of Diplomacy, just 14 miles from the epicenter of international relations, New York, and in the heart of the nation’s capital, means tailoring an academic program to match your interests. With mentorship from our world-class faculty and professional services directors, you will customize your graduate degree through our 13 specializations, internship program, international seminars and more.
Certificate, Online, Post-Conflict State Reconstruction& Sustainability
Master's, MA, Master of Arts in Diplomacy and International Relations
Certificate, , United Nations Studies
Certificate, , Global Health Management
Dual, MA/JD, MA in Diplomacy/Juris Doctor
Dual, MA/MBA, MA in Diplomacy/Master in Business Administration
Dual, MA/MPA, MA in Diplomacy/Master in Public Administration
Dual, MA/MA, MA in Diplomacy/MA in Strategic Communication
Dual, MA/MA, MA in Diplomacy/MA in Asian Studies
Master's, MS, Master of Science in Intrl. Affairs, Exec. Track
Part Time, Full Time, Online/Distance, Evening/Weekend, On Campus
Business Administration and Management, General.
Development Economics and International Development.
International and Comparative Education.
International and Intercultural Communication.
International Law and Legal Studies.
International Policy Analysis.
International Public Health/International Health.
Latin American and Caribbean Studies.
Law Enforcement Intelligence Analysis.
Near and Middle Eastern Studies.
Peace Studies and Conflict Resolution.
International Relations and Affairs.
Foreign Policy; Global Health; Global Negotiation and Conflict Management; International Economics and Development; International Law; Human Rights; Intrl. Organizations; United Nations; Intelligence
School of Diplomacy and International Relations
Office of Graduate Programs
400 South Orange Avenue, McQuaid Hall
South Orange, New Jersey, 07079, United States
Director of Graduate Programs
Seton Hall's School of Diplomacy and International Relations is an affiliate member of APSIA, Association of Professional Schools in International Affairs, and strategic partner of UNA-USA/UNF, United Nations Association of United States of America/United Nations Foundation.
As the first school to be launched after the Cold War, we foster a global community of servant leaders who have the passion and drive for change in an ever interconnected world.
◾A completed electronic application form with $75 application fee. (can be waived)
◾Official transcripts from each college and university attended for credit toward any previous degree
◾A 500 word statement of purpose (see link for details).
◾2-3 letters of recommendation (2 for cert.; 3 for MA)
◾Official standardized test scores, GRE, GMAT or LSAT, submitted by test administrator (School code 2811)
◾Applicants may be asked to provide additional information.
If you are interested in learning more about how to put together a competitive graduate application please join our next webinar: http://goo.gl/3ZHHaa
You may also visit us: https://www13.shu.edu/academics/diplomacy/visiting.cfm
Set up an appointment with the Director of Graduate Admissions via email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone: +1.973.275.2142.
international interests/experience, leadership experience, volunteerism, professional work experience, strong letters of recommendation, well-written personal statement
The School of Diplomacy also offers Graduate Assistantships, Research Assistantships and Graduate Fellowships to qualified candidates. Please check the link below for deadlines, eligibility and more information on financial aid: http://www.shu.edu/academics/diplomacy/financial-aid.cfm
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Faculty research interests and expertise cover the School of Diplomacy's thirteen different specializations offered to Master's students. Some recent faculty publications include:
"Living the High Life in Minsk" by Dr. Margarita Balmaceda;
"International Migration and Development in Eastern and Southern Africa," edited by Dr. Assefaw Bariagaber;
"Peculiar Dynamics of Corruption: Religion, Gender, EU Membership, and Others," by Dr. Omer Gokcekus.
Alumni work in careers across the U.S. and around the world in government, business, international organizations, NGOs and non-profits. A sample of institutions where our alumni have found employment include: Amnesty International, Booz Allen Hamilton, CIA, CNN, Council on Foreign Relations, Ernst & Young, FBI, GE Capital, Goldman Sachs, MSNBC, National Embassies, Oxfam, UNICEF, USAID, and US Dept. of S More information: http://www.shu.edu/academics/diplomacy/alumni-difference.cfm