College of Education and Human Services
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How a Degree from Seton Hall Can Advance Your Career

In addition to earning an M.A. in Education Leadership, Management and Policy focusing on Catholic School Leadership, graduates of the program often become principal and /or supervisors in Catholic and public schools.

How Graduates Have Benefited from the Program

 "As the President of a vibrant K through 12 independent Catholic school, I needed to keep current with educational trends and philosophy.  Seton Hall University offered me a great opportunity to learn, network with other Catholic administrators and earn another degree – my Ed.S.!  Through an innovative and challenging curriculum, Seton Hall University educates energetic, knowledgeable, and enthusiastic educational leaders who continue our Church's rich heritage and tradition of Catholic education.  Countless children are benefitting from Seton Hall graduates who lead Catholic elementary and secondary schools across the country and throughout the northeast!"  
Bro. Thomas R. Leto Ed. S. ELMP (2013)
President, Iona Preparatory School, New Rochelle, NY

"The Catholic School Leadership Program has provided me with a firm grasp of curriculum, leadership, and supervision that help me on a daily basis in my school. The cohort model provided the guidance necessary to accept the daily struggles and triumphs that come with being an administrator. The words and teachings of each of my professors echo through my mind as I carry out the responsibilities of a Catholic School Principal."
Traci KovalM.A. ELMP (2009)
Principal, St. Leo School, Elmwood Park, NJ

"I am a principal now and Seton Hall University's graduate courses prepared me for the spiritual, instructional and curricular challenges of educational leadership.  I have often referenced my notes and materials, and I have networked with professors and classmates for various reasons.  I highly recommend the Catholic School Leadership Program." 
Joan Silo Ed.S. ELMP (2013)
Principal, St. Helen School, Vero Beach, FL

"Having already attained a master's degree from Seton Hall University through the EPICS program, I only have positive things to say about the University's dedication to teacher education. Teaching has provided me with some of the best experiences of my professional life. I have been able to work toward a greater goal than just receiving a paycheck each week, and I have been able to feel the deepest sense of fulfillment as a result. Although I would love to continue in this field, I feel that it is time for me to branch out and find different ways to utilize my talents and leadership ability and eventually serve the school system in administrative position. The Master of Arts in Education Leadership, Management and Policy program offers high-quality, graduate-level coursework, enriches my spiritual side through different services, and provides a support community through the other members of the program. I've always valued the cohort classes and the lifelong relationships it develops. It has been a tremendous learning opportunity thus far, and I look forward to completing the program."
Floro M. Villanueva Jr., M.A. Ed. (2005) M.A. ELMP ( 2009)
Mathematics Teacher, Ridgefield Memorial High School, Ridgefield, NJ

Program Director:
Constance McCue, Ed.D

Constance.McCue@shu.edu

For Details Contact:
Remlyn Gongob

(973) 275-2735
remlyn.gongob@shu.edu

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