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Master of Public Administration

Master of Public Administration

Nationally ranked and accredited, Seton Hall's M.P.A. program prepares you to lead in a variety of government and nonprofit venues.

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Cancer Research

From Cancer to Coatings and Cleanups

Patent shows promise in fighting cancer as well as eliminating water pollution – and it makes a great coat of paint.

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Joe Donato

From Seton Hall to Working on Capitol Hill

The leadership experiences Joe Donato ’14 received at Seton Hall led to a coveted job as a Congressional aide.

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Women's Narratives in Empire Formation

Women’s Narratives and Empire

Professor Mary Balkun's book cited as "a major contribution to historical and literary studies."

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Latino Institute Honors Bernie Williams

Latino Institute Honors Bernie Williams

The NY Yankee legend will be one of three honorees at the Joseph A. Unanue Latino Institute's annual gala, Rumba!, on October 19.

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Gabriella Furmato

M.A. Theology Student and radio personality

meet theology students
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Gabriella Furmato

M.A. Theology Student and radio personality

meet theology students
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Gabriella Furmato

M.A. Theology Student and radio personality

meet theology students
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Gabriella Furmato

M.A. Theology Student and radio personality

meet theology students
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Gabriella Furmato

M.A. Theology Student and radio personality

meet theology students

The oldest and largest academic unit at Seton Hall University, the College of Arts and Sciences provides a learning, teaching and research environment that informs and promotes the University's Catholic mission. Based on a liberal arts course of study that is grounded in the Catholic intellectual tradition, the College fosters a value-centered, technologically enhanced education that enables the personal and professional development of its students.

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Seton Hall`s History Program

By presenting the story of human achievements, hopes and frustrations, struggles and triumphs, Seton Hall's history program helps students to understand our complex world and shape its future.

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