Seton Hall University
Master's of Strategic Communication and Leadership
Designed to be very results-oriented, Seton Hall University’s Master of Arts in Strategic Communication and Leadership (MASCL) program has a “learn it and apply it” philosophy at the core of its curriculum and course structure.

MASCL provides highly motivated mid-career professionals with the opportunity to strengthen and enhance their leadership, communication, and organizational management skills, as they complete the program’s 36 credits in 18 months.

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MASCL is an innovative student-centered program that uses a cohort model where students progress through the program as members of a diverse learning team. The program draws business, nonprofit, military, and government professionals from very diverse fields and industries. A serious program for serious learners, MASCL appeals to individuals who are high achievers and have a desire to succeed.

The next MASCL Learning Teams will begin in September 2014.

Program Highlights

  • Comprehensive curriculum that includes five highly-interactive online modules
  • Three on-campus weekend residencies for students to practice leadership and communication skills, as well as to socialize and network with their fellow students and faculty
  • Internationally recognized faculty
  • Accredited program from a 150 year-old institution
  • Access to alumni networks
  • 24/7 help desk support for technical issues

Admissions Criteria

The strategic communications program is designed for mid-to-senior professionals in corporate, military, governmental or nonprofit organizations.
  • No GRE Required
  • Minimum of five years of professional work experience
  • Undergraduate degree from an accredited college or university
  • Receive your decision within 2-3 weeks

On-campus graduate degree and certificate programs in communication are also available.

“My masters degree was money well spent on myself! Four years later and I am still using this education in my professional career and personal life. My professors were oustanding; extremely supportive with very high expectations. I am very proud to be affiliated with such a highly reputable university.”

Lucy Corker
Assistant Director for Professional Development
SPIN (Special People in Northeast), Inc.

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