College of Education and Human Services
Careers

How a Degree from Seton Hall Can Advance Your Career

For a significant number of cohort members, promotion actually occurs during the two-year program. This rapid advancement is ascribed to the selection process, which identifies the most promising students, and to boards of education, which recognize that the Seton Hall's Executive Ed.D. program is producing leaders with knowledge, skills and values. Graduates enjoy career advancement accompanied by increased compensation, typically within the first year of graduation. National figures indicate that the career income of those individuals holding the doctoral degree exceeds by $2,300,000 those holding only a master's degree.

Executive Ed.D. graduates say the Seton Hall program:
 
  • Was the best educational experience of their lives;
  • Provided knowledge gained that can immediately be applied in their district;
  • Forged lifelong relationships; and
  • Provided career advancement opportunities.

How Graduates Have Benefited from the Program

“Starting this program from Canada and finishing from Singapore was possible only because of Seton Hall's deep commitment to its students. The culture of positive thinking prevails to make possible what sometimes seems impossible. The cohort model creates a support network that will help you finish this program from anywhere in the world. The bonds forged with professors and classmates alike will long outlive the program itself. I have never worked so hard, enjoyed myself so much, and been so professionally and intellectually stimulated as during the Seton Hall Ed.D. program. Every mile I traveled was worth it.”


-- Glenn Odland, Ed.D. '08, Head of School, Canadian International School, Singapore

Program Director:
Jan Furman, Ed.D.

(973) 275-2482
jan.furman@shu.edu

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