College of Education and Human Services
Master's of Arts - Human Resources Training and Development

Overview
For more than a quarter century, Seton Hall University has offered qualified law enforcement officers, criminal justice professionals and government employees at the federal, state, county, and municipal levels and members of the Armed Services the opportunity to earn a Master of Arts degree in Human Resources Training and development.  Taught by experienced and knowledgeable professors, the curriculum enables students to acquire the necessary skills and tools to analyze complex public sector challenges and manage the day-to day operations of public agencies. The design of the program allows students to receive instruction and participate in structured exercise focusing on the practical application of leadership and management theories, design and implementation of performance improvement strategies in organizations, with a strong emphasis on training and development in an adult learning environment.

Our graduates have advanced to the highest levels within their organizations.

The program is delivered in two options: online / blended and traditional off campus at various locations throughout New Jersey.

Online Option »
The HRTD program provides a challenging and unique curriculum, delivered through an online format, completed over 36 credit hours and within six semesters. The program is 100% online.

Off-Campus Option
Students may elect to attend classes through our traditional off-campus program option by attending evening or weekend courses at the following locations:
  • Buena Vista – New Jersey State Police Troop “A” Headquarters
  • Fort Lee – Port Authority of New York and New Jersey – G.W. Bridge
  • Newark – Newark Liberty Airport
  • North Brunswick – North Brunswick Police Headquarters
  • Totowa - New Jersey State Police Troop “B” Headquarters
  • Sea Girt - New Jersey State Police Training Facility

Tuition Discount
Students accepted into this program receive a fifty (50) percent discount off the graduate rate.

For additional information, click on the tabs above:  Admissions, Curriculum, Faculty, and Careers.
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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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