Anyone interested in the Master of Public Administration program at Seton Hall is invited to attend an informational breakfast on February 18 at 10:00 a.m. in the Jubilee Hall Library (6th floor). MPA professors, current students, and representatives from the Career Center will be in attendance to speak about the MPA admissions process, curriculum, and career options, as well as answer any questions.
The MPA program is fully accredited with concentrations offered in "Nonprofit Organization Management," "Public Service: Leadership, Governance, and Policy," and "Health Policy and Management." The concentrations are designed to allow students to focus their studies while also providing them with the skills to take on leadership roles in their organizations and communities. Furthermore, with most courses scheduled in the evening, students who have a full-time job are able to complete the program on a part-time basis.
Additionally, the MPA program offers a 5 year program for undergraduates majoring in Political Science, Sociology, or other social science degrees. The 5 year program allows for students to complete both their Bachelor and Master degrees in 5 years by taking graduate and undergraduate courses at the end of their undergraduate careers. The MPA program also offers a dual degree program with the School of Diplomacy that combines the MPA and M.A. in Diplomacy and International Relations. A large number of scholarships are available to MPA students. For more information about our scholarships, please view our Scholarship Fact Sheet by clicking here »
Those who want to attend the breakfast and learn more about the MPA program are asked to RSVP by February 15 to Antonio Lombardo, MPA Graduate Assistant, at firstname.lastname@example.org.