College of Education and Human Services

General Information

Thank you for your interest in graduate programs offered through Seton Hall's College of Education and Human Services. Within this application you will find everything you need to apply for admission, including information on requirements and procedures.

Application and Admission

Among the criteria applied in determining eligibility for admission to graduate studies are a satisfactory undergraduate scholastic average in appropriate course work from an accredited college; satisfactory scores on any entrance examinations required by the department; and interviews, appropriate references and any other assessment procedures when requested. Graduate students must meet the course and credit requirements of the department in which they intend to study.

The College of Education and Human Services offers graduate programs leading to the Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.), Doctor of Education (Ed.D.), Educational Specialist (Ed.S), Master of Arts (M.A.), and Master of Science (M.S.) with concentrations in a number of areas and Programs.

Applicants to graduate study in the College of Education and Human Services are expected to meet the general University qualitative requirements for admission and comply with its admission procedures.

Testing

Applicants for admission to graduate study in the College of Education and Human Services must take a standardized examination. The catalogue lists test requirements for specific programs. For information concerning the Miller Analogies Test (MAT) or the Graduate Record Examination (GRE) and the dates on which they are administered, students should contact the Career Services office, (973) 761-9355, or visit www.ets.org. Test results must be no more than five years old.

Letters of Recommendation

Applicants to all programs except those listed in the catalogue must submit three letters of recommendation with their application. Please have the letters of recommendation sent to:

College of Education and Human Services
Jubilee Hall, 4th Floor
Seton Hall University
400 South Orange Avenue
South Orange, NJ 07079

Application Deadlines

January 15 
Fall:
Marriage and Family (Ph.D.) *Admissions Suspended
February 1
Fall: 
Education, Leadership, Management, and Policy (Ed.D.)
Higher Education Leadership, Management, and Policy (Ph.D. & Ed.D.)
School and Community Psychology (M.A. & Ed.S.)
June 1
Fall:
Counseling & Professional Counseling (M.A. & Ed.S.)
School Counseling (M.A.)
October 1
Spring:
Education, Leadership, Management, and Policy (Ed.D)
Higher Education Leadership, Management, and Policy (Ph.D. & Ed.D.)
School and Community Psychology (M.A. & Ed.S.)
December 1Fall:
Counseling Psychology (Ph.D.)
November 1
Spring:
Counseling & Professional Counseling (M.A. & Ed.S.)
School Counseling (M.A.) 
December 31
Spring: Executive (Ed.D.) K-12 (Accelerated Program)
Rolling Admissions
Education Leadership, Management and Policy (Ed.D., K-12)
All M.A., M.S., Ed.S., Certificate and Licensing Programs not listed above.

 

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