Employment of public relations managers
and specialists is expected to grow 21 percent from 2010 to 2020, faster than
the average for all occupations.
Seton Hall University's Master of Arts
Public Relations (MPR) program is one of the select universities to receive the
Certification in Education for Public Relations (CEPR) from the Public
Relations Society of America (PRSA). This international recognition makes Seton
Hall University one of the best places to study public relations in the world.
Seton Hall is also one of the very few universities to offer an integrated
public relations program including the B.A., M.A., Dual Degree 5-year B.A./M.A.
and Professional Certificate in Public Relations.
- Provide students with a theoretical framework
to understand the strategic and tactical roles of public relations, including the
identifying of publics and stakeholders.
- Ensure students understand the ethical
expectations and challenges related to Public Relations activities.
- Develop critical awareness and a holistic
understanding of the role public relations plays in society.
- Equip students with the knowledge and tools to
effectively plan, execute and measure public relations programs and campaigns
- 30-Credit Master's Degree
- No GREs or GMATs Required
- Can be earned in as little as 12 Months
- Flexible Offerings to Fit Busy Schedules
- Rolling admissions: Fall, Spring or Summer Starts
- APR Accreditation Preparation
- "Learn it, Apply it" Philosophy
contact Richard Dool, D.Mgt., Director, Graduate Studies and Associate
Professor of Communication, at (973) 761-9474 or Richard.Dool@shu.edu