College of Education and Human Services
Off-Campus Curriculum

Course of Study
Students are required to complete 18 foundational credits and 18 concentration credits.

A. Foundation (18 credits)

Required:

EDST 7310 Ethical Foundations of Professional Helping Relationships 3
HRTD 6501 Introduction to Human Resources Training and Development 3
EDST 6502 Adult Learning 3
EDST 6503 Design and Evaluation of HRTD Programs 3
HRTD 7100 Selected Topics (Final Research/Case Study) 3
HRTD 8891 Directed Research 3

Select two of the following courses: (6 credits)

 
HRTD 6504 Performance Analysis 3
HRTD 6505 Performance Improvement Strategies 3
HRTD 6506 Consulting Skills 3

Select two of the following courses: (6 credits)

 
EDST 6306 Instructional Design 3
EDST 6665 Curriculum Development and Evaluation 3
EDST 6666 Supervision of Instruction 3
EDST 7776 Curriculum Design and Engineering 3

Electives (6 credits)

Select two of the following courses:

EDST 6323 Community Relations 3
EDST 6324 Human Relations 3
EDST 6664 Current Legal Issues of Public Policies at State and Federal Levels 3
ELMP 6667 Personnel Administration 3
ELMP 6761 Finance in Administration
3
ELMP 6764
Principles of Public Sector Bargaining
3
ELMP 6765 Policy Analysis in Administration 3
ELMP 7762 Public Relations in Administration 3
ELMP 7770 Microcomputers for Administrators 3
ELMP 7772 Leadership Dynamics 3
ELMP 8801 Interdisciplinary Studies for Administrators 3
ELMP 8891 Independent Study in Administration 3
ELMP 8892 Independent Study in Human Resources Training and Development 3
Total: 36 credits

Master of Art in Human Resources - On-line option

Courses:

EDST 7310
Ethical Foundations of Professional Helping Relationships
3
ELMP 6664
Current Legal Issues of Public Policies at State and Federal Levels 3
ELMP 6667 Personnel Administration 3
ELMP 6764
Principles of Public Sector Bargaining
3
ELMP 6765 Policy Analysis in Administration 3
ELMP 7772 Leadership Dynamics 3
HRTD 6501 Introduction to Human Resources Training and Development 3
EDST 6502 Adult Learning 3
EDST 6503 Design and Evaluation of HRTD Programs 3
EDST 6505 Performance Improvement Strategies
3
HRTD 7100 Selected Topics (Final Research/Case Study) 3
HRTD 8891 Directed Research 3
Total: 36 credits

Considering Seton Hall?

Program Director:
Msgr Christopher Hynes

(973) 761-9223
Christopher.Hynes@shu.edu

On-Line Program Director:
Sean McGee,
Ed.S.
(973) 761-9389
(862-520-9035 mobile)
sean.mcgee@shu.edu

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