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College of Human Development, Culture, and Media

Master of Arts in Communication Program

Just 14 miles from New York City, Seton Hall's College of Human Development, Culture, and Media provides students with dynamic learning experiences that are action-oriented and change-focused. We are dedicated to developing the next generation of communication leaders through interpersonal relationships and engaging communication interactions.

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In today's information-sharing culture, clear and effective communicators are in high demand. Do you have what it takes to keep up? The M.A. in Communication from Seton Hall will sharpen your communication competencies and hone new skills that meet the needs of a wide variety of industries, from parenting to women's rights and even technology. 

Further define your path forward in one of several areas:
Digital Media, Organizational Communication, and Public Relations.

No matter your concentration, the M.A. in Communication  program offers you the opportunity to:

  • Earn your degree on a full-time or part-time basis
  • Take industry-driven courses like Internet and Communication, New Media, Organizations, and Institutions, Communication Technologies Ethics, Organizational Culture, Training and Development, and Employee Relations
  • Compile a communication portfolio designed to showcase your skills and achievements to share with employers or when pursuing a doctoral program
  • Complete a capstone Master's Project with one-on-one faculty mentorship
  • Network with professionals in the communication capital of New York City