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M.A. in Public Relations Info Session on July 17 -- Start Your Public Relations Career off Strong
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PR Info SessionSeton Hall’s Master of Arts in Public Relations program will host an information session on Thursday, July 17, 6-8 p.m., in the University Center’s Chancellor Suite. During the event, you will be given the chance to ask any questions you may have about the program and have them answered by faculty and alumni. You may also meet the faculty and view the campus. Laptops will be on hand, should you wish to begin or submit an application; if you choose to do so at the event, your application fee will be waived.

If you wish to attend the event, you may register here.

Seton Hall offers the most comprehensive public relations program in the United States, with its bachelor’s, master’s, five-year dual B.A./M.A. and professional PR certificate programs. The M.A. in Public Relations is a 30-credit master’s program that can be completed in 12-18 months. It offers Seton Hall students the opportunity to study advanced concepts, theories and methods in public relations, as well as the best practices needed to be an effective PR professional.  

The PR field itself is actively growing, with a 21% growth rate predicted from 2010-2020, faster than the average for all other occupations. Through a uniquely blended “learn it, apply it” teaching model, students in the M.A. program are given the chance to gain practical experience using the methods they are currently learning. The program is designed to enhance the working experience of PR professionals, as well as educate those who wish to start a career in public relations. The master’s program faculty are all leading scholars, as well as experienced specialists in the PR and communication field. Courses prepare students for the Accredited in Public Relations certification offered by the Public Relations Society of America.

For more information please contact:
Richard Dool
(973) 761-9474
richard.dool@shu.edu

 

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