College of Arts & Sciences

Students and Alumni

Seton Hall StudentsThe MPA program at Seton Hall University provides the foundation for a successful career in public service.  Jobs in the public service sector are numerous and varied; from an executive director of a homeless shelter, to a program director of a NGO fighting AIDS in Africa, to a business manager of a local municipality, to the chief of staff for a U.S. Senator, the MPA program at Seton Hall will train you for leadership positions in all areas of public service.

MPA Current Student Spotlight
Our students come from all walks of life and backgrounds.  To learn about some of them, click here.

Pi Alpha Alpha
Pi Alpha Alpha shares offices and staff with the National Association of Schools of Public Affairs and Administration. NASPAA is a professional education association dedicated to the advancement of education, training, and research in public policy and administration. The Association's membership consists of the undergraduate and graduate education programs in public affairs and administration of more than 250 academic institutions in the United States. Affiliated with NASPAA are many federal, state, and local government agencies, university public affairs and administration programs in other nations, and national public interest groups all of whom share a concern for improving the quality of public management.
For more information, please email: MPA@shu.edu.

Public Service Resources
We take pride in helping our students find the career in public service that best fits them.  Our department newsletter provides a great source for new job postings, volunteer opportunities, and internships.  In addition, we help guide our students in a wide range of public service career resources.  Click here for a list of some of them. 

MPA in Public Administration  Pi Alpha Alpha  Naspaa 

Program Chair
Matt Hale, Ph.D.

(973) 761-9510
matthew.hale@shu.edu
Jubilee Hall, 563

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