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Master of Public Administration and Master of Social Work

Joined in November 2019

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Seton Hall's NASPAA-accredited Master of Public Administration degree serves students interested in careers in the public and nonprofit sectors, preparing them for leadership roles in a variety of public service settings. We are dedicated to helping each student find the career that fits him or her best, and we pride ourselves on bringing academic theory into practice. We offer four concentrations: Health Policy and Management; Nonprofit Organization Management; Public Service: Leadership, Governance and Policy; or Data Visualization and Analytics. Students may also choose a 100% online M.P.A. program with an exclusive focus on Non-Profit Management. Classes emphasize managerial and analytical skills, along with ethical and professional values. In each course, you’ll find small class sizes and a close-knit graduate student community. Our faculty are leaders who practice what they teach, including the current and previous presidents of the Nonprofit Academic Centers Council (NACC) and the former president of ARNOVA, a leading national authority on nonprofit management education research. They offer internationally recognized research and teaching programs and bring their diverse skills and experiences to every classroom.

Seton Hall's Master of Social Work degree, which launched in 2015, is accredited by the Council on Social Work Education. For students without a bachelor's degree in social work, the program is two years long, with the first year consisting of on-campus coursework. Students with a degree in social work go straight into the second year of the program — the Advanced Standing year — which consists of online courses and on-site fieldwork in the community. We also offer our students a number of opportunities to see their classroom lessons in action, such as participating in Social Work Day at the United Nations. Our students finish this program ready to make a difference. They are prepared to work with individuals, families or groups in a variety of advanced-practice settings — including behavioral health, substance abuse and healthcare. With fieldwork and theoretical components, this program is open to both full- and part-time students.

Seton Hall's NASPAA-accredited Master of Public Administration degree serves students interested in careers in the public and nonprofit sectors, preparing them for leadership roles in a variety of public service settings. We are…

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