College of Education and Human Services
Curriculum

General Approach
The following Master of Arts in Education programs are available for Alternate Route Teachers: 

  • Instructional Design  - assists teachers and trainers to improve their professional performance as educators, instructional and curriculum designers, and to assume instructional leadership roles in their place of employment.  Emphasizes a theoretical base for curriculum design and exposure to a broad array of the most current instructional methods and materials.  (15 credits for the alternate route experiences may be applied to this program)

  • Instructional Design with Supervisor's Certificate  - same as above with the inclusion of a supervisor's certificate. (9 credits from alternate route experiences may be applied to this program)

  • Instructional Design and Technology  - assists teachers, technology coordinators, technology directors, and trainers in many settings to improve their professional performance and to assume leadership roles in areas related to the use of computer-based technologies integrated with instruction and curriculum.  Includes a Seton Hall University certificate in Information Technologies.  (12 credits from alternate route experiences may be applied)

  • School Library Media Specialist - prepares K-12 school library media specialists to be certified by the state of New Jersey.  The program provides courses that fulfill the NJ State certification requirements with the technology orientation sought by many school districts today.  We are the first NJ University approved by the state to offer a three-track program  - one track for certified teachers, a second for students without teacher certification, and a third for professional librarians - that leads to full licensure as a school library media specialist.   (12 credits from alternate route experiences may be applied to this program)

Program Director:
Rosemary Skeele, Ed.D.

(973) 761-9393
skeelero@shu.edu

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