College of Education and Human Services

About the Certificate Program:

The Certificate in Information Technologies is designed for  students who want to achieve a greater level of experience and knowledge in IT for any field including business and education. The certificate program helps students discover basic to advanced concepts behind a wide range of information technologies and their powerful impact, and  provides students with technical proficiency in areas such as web design for all users including persons with disabilities, computer graphics animation, Web multimedia development, Web2.0 skills, wikis, blogs, podcasting, digital storytelling, Microsoft business applications, using the Web for advanced research, developing instructional and training materials, instructional design, and legal and ethical issues in technology.
Seton Hall is a technology driven university, complete with the most current equipment, facilities, software, and highly-skilled faculty. This program offers a state-of-the-art instructional technology experience.

How to Apply:

Students in any undergraduate program may also apply for the Seton Hall University Certificate in Information Technologies. For more information, please contact Diana Minakakis, Director of Graduate Educational Studies, at or (973) 275-2824.


Students completing 15 credits in technology will receive the IT Certificate.  With advisement, select 15 credits from the following courses:

BMIE 1001
Real World Technologies
BMIE 3710 Digital Research and Information Literacy
BMIE 4304 Production of Instructional Resources I
BMIE 4305 Production of Instructional Resources II  3
BMIE 3700 Integrating Curriculum & Technology in the Inclusive Classroom
BMIE 3705 Webpage Technologies
BMIE 4343 Production of Instructional Resources III  3
BMIE 3708 Organizing & Administering Ed Media & Technology Programs
BMIE 4344 Seminar: Social, Ethical, Legal Issues in Technology
BMIE 4345 Online Course Management and Delivery
BMIE 4347 Special Projects in Technology


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