Prepare to Make a Difference
Benefitting from a unique alliance with the United Nations Association of the USA (UNA-USA), the School of Diplomacy and International Relations prepares students from around the world to become the next generation of global leaders.
Through programs on campus, at the UN, and in Washington, D.C., taught by a distinguished faculty of scholars, experienced diplomats and professionals, the School of Diplomacy provides the practical training students need to make a difference in the public, private and nonprofit sectors.
Explore our programs below and complete the form to the right to receive additional information and have your unique questions answered by a member of our admissions team. We look forward to hearing from you!
Complete the form to the right to learn more about our programs:
- M.A. in Diplomacy and International Relations
- Executive M.S., International Affairs
- Dual Degree Programs in Law, Business, Public Administration, Asian Studies, and Communication
- Certificate in Post-Conflict Reconstruction and Sustainability
- Certificate in United Nations Studies
- Certificate in Global Health Management
- B.S. in Diplomacy and International Relations
- Accelerated B.S./M.A. in Diplomacy and International Relations
- B.S.+ J.D. Diplomacy and Juris Doctorate
Meet Professor Edwards
Martin S. Edwards joined the school in 2006. His expertise includes International Organizations and International Political Economy. Professor Edwards is the recipient of teaching and research awards as well as a National Science Foundation Grant. He is also the former director of the Center for UN and Global Governance Studies.
Meet Cassie Denbow
"Seton Hall gave me the opportunity to explore, grow and develop my career interests. I had a lot of support from my faculty, classmates and alumni. My time at Seton Hall has given me confidence, focus and a great education."
Meet Ziad Al Achkar
"It was very motivating to know that the data I was compiling for my internship with the UN Department of Peacekeeping Operations was being used to brief the UN Security Council on the weekly changes in the Middle East. For an international relations graduate, it doesn't get much better than that."