Whitehead School of Diplomacy and International Relations
MA, Masters in Diplomacy and International Relations

Earn Your Master's in International Relations

Just minutes from New York City and a few hours from Washington, D.C., the School of Diplomacy at Seton Hall University is the ideal place to study international relations and build the diplomatic skills required to meet the challenges of an exciting career in government, international business, international organizations or the nonprofit sector.

As a School of Diplomacy graduate student, you will benefit from the School's many unique assets, including: 

  • Strategic Location

City SkylineOur suburban campus, only 14 miles from the global center of diplomacy and international business, New York City, positions you next door to the United Nations, Wall Street and so much more! How will you take advantage of this access?
  • Links to the UN Community

United NationsGet an edge over students at other international relations programs through the School's unique UN relationships. How will you choose to engage with UN officials and practitioners?

  • Faculty Scholars and Practitioners

ClassroomRegularly engaging in and sharing innovative research, our faculty will give you a competitive edge. What research and professional interests do you share with these distinguished instructors?

  • Focus on Professional Development

President Clinton and RadoncicWhat is your passion? Learn how our dedicated Office of Internships and Career Development will help you determine and achieve your career aspirations.

  • World Leaders Forum

World Leaders ForumGiven the opportunity, what pressing question would you ask the Ambassador of Afghanistan or UN Secretary-General? Seize the opportunity to connect with world leaders.

Explore our Web site to learn more about:

Director of Graduate Admissions
Daniel Kristo
(973) 275-2142
daniel.kristo@shu.edu
Outcomes Link

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