Campus Public Affairs & Social Sciences Graduate Programs
The Master of Social Work (M.S.W.) prepares students for advanced practice with individuals, families and groups in the areas of behavioral health, substance abuse and health care.
Meets the needs of students who wish to prepare for positions in various scientific and professional areas of psychology.
Seton Hall University’s Master of Public Administration (M.P.A.) is a professional graduate degree program that prepares students for careers in one of three areas: nonprofit management, public sector service and healthcare policy.
Provides students with an opportunity to learn about the United Nations and global public policy within an interdisciplinary perspective in a NYC-based program.
The M.A. in Counseling with School Counseling Specialization prepares qualified individuals who wish to pursue the profession of counselor in school settings.
Designed to provide graduates with fundamental competencies in counseling for organizations in business, education, criminal justice, and community se...
Stockton University offers the MSW in a two-year format, or a one-year format called Advanced Standing. Advanced Standing is open to individuals who have earned baccalaureate degrees in social work from a social work program accredited by the Counci...
Infrastructure systems are key enablers of the economic growth and sustainability of nations and regions.
The goals of the Graduate Program in Education are to enable classroom teachers to continue their professional development by...
International relations, development studies, domestic policy, economics and public policy, urban and regional planning, demography, and science, tech...
The MA in Applied Behavior Analysis is designed for working students (i.e., evening classes) and can be completed in 4 semesters for full-time students. The implementation date is Spring 2009.
The need for conflict resolution skills in virtually every area of life today is more apparent than ever.
The M.A. in Counseling Psychology is designed to prepare students to provide counseling services to individuals and/or groups.
The Master of Arts in Diplomacy and International Relations is a 45 credit degree program that includes both core and elective classes as well as a professional internship. ...
The Master of Arts in Addiction Studies is a 33 credit master's degree designed to prepare students to become Licensed Clinical Alcohol & Drug Counselors (LCADC) in New Jersey.