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The College of Arts and Sciences Graduate Admissions COVID-19 Response

Seton Hall University is closely monitoring the outbreak of the novel coronavirus, also known as COVID-19. The health and safety of our students, faculty, employees and their families are of paramount importance. We understand the uncertainty of this time is difficult and would like to address some of your concerns. If there are changes to admissions requirements, application deadlines, etc., for any of our graduate programs, they will be posted on the respective program pages linked below. Should you have any additional questions, please e-mail Assistant Dean Michael Dooney, Ph.D. at michael.dooney@shu.edu.

The College offers graduate courses leading to the following degrees: Master of Arts; Master of Science; Master of Public Administration; and the Doctor of Philosophy, as well as several graduate certificate programs.

Master of Public Administration Program (M.P.A.)

Master of Public Administration (on campus) includes the following concentrations:

  • Public Service: Leadership, Governance and Policy
  • Nonprofit Organization Management
  • Health Policy and Management
  • Data Visualization and Analysis

Master of Public Administration in Non-Profit Management (online)

Master of Social Work (M.S.W.)

Master of Science Programs (M.S.) 

Master of Arts Programs (M.A.)

  • Asian Studies (including study in Chinese, Japanese, Asian area studies, Asian bilingual/bicultural education, and Teaching Chinese Language and Culture)
  • English (including tracks in Literature, Writing, and Creative Writing)
  • History (including tracks for thesis or examinations)
  • Jewish-Christian Studies 

Doctoral Programs (Ph.D.) 

Accelerated and Dual Degree Programs

Certificate Programs 

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