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Diplomacy and international relations students in McQuaid Hall
Graduate
Certificate

Global Studies

Seton Hall University remains committed to our students' long-term success, with new and evolving programs that provide an outstanding and rigorous education in the liberal arts tradition and prepare great minds to thrive in an ever-changing society.

While admission is now closed for the Graduate Certificate in Global Studies, we encourage you to explore our other distinctive degree and certificate programs in the School of Diplomacy and International Relations and College of Education and Human Services. Each is designed to lead our students into the future and provide a strong foundation and confidence to reach their personal and professional goals.

The Graduate Certificate in Global Studies

Our youth learn from reading the news that they are part of a larger world, and that what goes on in the world touches their lives personally in many ways. This program seeks to help educators by providing important knowledge about regions and issues in the world and also help them develop their skillsets in the classroom. In this way, they can better train students with the skills that they’ll need to navigate a diverse and competitive world.

Contact Us

Diana Minakakis
Director, Office of Graduate Admissions
(Education)
diana.minakakis@shu.edu
(973) 761-9668
 
Daniel Kristo, Assistant Dean of Graduate Enrollment Management
diplomat@shu.edu
(973) 275-2514
diplomacy.shu.edu
 
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