Bachelor of Science (B.S.) Diplomacy and International Relations
From health to economics to politics, our most pressing global challenges transcend national boundaries. They require collaboration. No one nation - or people - can thrive alone.
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The 5 Year B.S./M.A., Diplomacy and International Relations program allows undergraduate students at the School of Diplomacy to earn a bachelor's and a 45 credit master's degree in an extended program of study.
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The six-year (3+3) dual degree program prepares students to excel, while establishing a foundation and education in a global perspective. This program will allow students to earn two degrees in a streamlined sequence that saves time and money, allowing you to graduate with an edge from one of the nation's leading law schools.
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Minor in Diplomacy and International Relations
Seton Hall students of all majors are encouraged to consider adding a global perspective to their undergraduate course of study.
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Undergraduate Certificate in Global Affairs
Non-Diplomacy majors and minors will find this customizable Certificate complements a variety of other campus majors and aids in preparing for careers in public, private or non-profit sectors.
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School of Diplomacy Buccino Center for Leadership Development
Members of the Leadership Development Program are prepared to be future global leaders. Through a program that exposes students to diverse experiential extracurricular learning, students stretch themselves to achieve their fullest potential in their professional and personal life. Executive mentoring and coaching, strong experiential development, and focus on servant leadership provide an environment and culture of performance excellence.
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