Emerge Ready to Lead an Organization
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RYAN STETZ, STUDENT: The M P A Program helps you find the ways you want to help other people.
MATTHEW HALE, P H D: We see the idealism in our students and we see that they really want to try and change the world. And the way that we look at our job, it's to help them do better things. We take the theories of political science, we take the theories of public administration, we take the theories of economics, and we give them a real, practical focus.
NAOMI WISH, P H D: A Masters in Public Administration isn't just for people going into government. It's for people going into nonprofit organizations. It's a perfect match when we have students in the nonprofit sector concentration and the government concentration working together and learning together, so that they come up with answers that are going to make a difference.
HEATHER SMALL, M P A '05: I work with a lot of senators and city council members in New York, and so the experience with the nonprofit management program here will enable me to be comfortable speaking with politicians.
ALEX MCDONALD, M P A '05: I just found it great that the M P A Program focused on leadership, because leadership can be taught.
HEATHER SMALL: I loved the sense of community that I felt when I was here. We were a small cohort. We had a lot of time studying and working on projects together. And some of them are still my closest and dearest friend.
RYAN STETZ: There are so many group projects. Everybody knows each other. You know your professors by name. The professors know you.
LISA DELUCA, STUDENT: They're all very open to student initiative, whether it be in the classroom or in a student organization on campus or helping you to pursue an internship.
ALEX MCDONALD: The influence that I had by coming here for three months as an intern was incredible. It's not really something you just go and test out very often when it comes to local government.
JIMMY HOMSI, M P A '13: The faculty at the M P A Program introduced me to Alex McDonald, who was the assistant administrator for Millburn Township at the time, and helped me get an internship to fulfill my capstone requirements. It just shows the faculty wanted to go above and beyond for their students.
MATTHEW HALE, P H D: We've had a face-to-face program. We have classes that are hybrids that are partially face-to-face and partially online. And an entire program that is online.
HEATHER SMALL: One of the reasons I chose the program is it allowed me to keep my full-time job.
MATTHEW HALE: We've had the president in the state Senate. We've had reporters from the biggest newspapers. We've had people from the assembly all come into the classroom and talk about the day-to-day aspects of real world policy making.
NAOMI WISH: It isn't only a training that you get from the M P A Program, but you get to learn from people who are really doing research in the area.
HEATHER SMALLSeton Hall's M P A Program is one of the top-ranked programs in the country that enabled me to do literally everything I'm doing in my career, and also in my volunteer work.
RYAN STETZ: In the last two years I've been in this program, I think of the world, and also politics and the nonprofit sector, differently than I did when I walked in. Everybody has a different story, and if you're open to those new perspectives, you can really learn a lot.
No GRE Required
Today, non-profit leaders need cross-sector experience, and Seton Hall University's online Master of Public Administration in Non-Profit Management provides exactly that. With exposure to both public and non-profit sector models, you'll be ready to tackle the challenges of running a career in civil service or a non-profit organization.
Through this program, you'll develop flexibility, adaptability, and a deeper understanding of public service and non-profit leadership. You'll explore core concepts of philanthropy, leadership, and management, then turn theory into practice
to make a difference in your community.
Seton Hall's M.P.A. program has enabled me to do literally everything I'm doing in my career and also in my volunteer work.
– Heather Small, M.P.A., '05