2016 Graduate Education
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Seton Hall University, School of Diplomacy and International Relations
Located just 14 miles from New York City, the School of Diplomacy and International Relations at Seton Hall University is a community of colleagues committed to advancing the field of international affairs. Customizable academic programs prepare students for diverse careers. With support from the school, students practice diplomacy through required internships, jobs, and dialogue with diplomatic practitioners and business leaders.
Through the school’s relationships with the United Nations Foundation and other international organizations, students benefit from course offerings at the UN, a semester in Washington, D.C., campus courses taught by UN experts, conference opportunities, and more.
Students also collaborate directly with the dean and faculty on innovative research projects and participate in international study seminars.
In addition to its master’s degree programs, the school has certificate programs in Post-Conflict State Reconstruction and Sustainability (online), UN Studies, and Global Health Management (offered in collaboration with the university’s School of Health and Medical Sciences).
- 2016 Graduate Education
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