Seton Hall University's Core Curriculum provides students with a fully articulated liberal arts education that engages the intellect and develops essential proficiencies and literacies. The university faculty are aware that students must be able to compete with others from across the country and even around the world and are committed to providing an educational experience that results in well rounded, articulate and thoughtful servant leaders, who are able to excel at whatever career they pursue. In order to better understand the University Core Curriculum, you will find links below to articles and resources that review its history and rationale.
Article A Core with a Catholic Twist »
By Elizabeth Redden
About Seton Hall’s Core Curriculum from the publication Inside Higher Ed
Blog The Journey »
By Tracy Gottlieb
From the Dean of Freshman Studies and Special Academic Programs about Seton Hall’s Core Curriculum
Core Brochure »