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 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.
"The program's small class sizes, flexible schedule and accelerated pace afforded me the opportunity to complete the program in one year. It brings me one step closer to my goal of being a public relations professor."McKenna Ronquillo ’13/M.A. ’15
- 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
The faculty in our internationally recognized research and teaching programs are committed to guiding students to success. Seton Hall is a Catholic University where great thinkers do more than think.
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The master's degree program operates on a "learn it, apply it" philosophy. What students learn in class can be applied in the workplace immediately. Students are challenged to think creatively, apply state-of-the-art technology, and sharpen their leadership and communication skills in a dynamic, small-classroom environment.