How a Degree from Seton Hall Can Advance Your Career
Graduates of the Instructional Design and Technology Program are in great demand and, therefore, are highly employable. Most students are offered positions within the field prior to graduation, and those students who already hold full-time positions are promoted to higher levels as a result of completing the program. This degree is a stepping stone toward career advancement for instructional design and technology professionals.
How Graduates Have Benefited from the Program
“The welcoming and nurturing atmosphere from the College of Education made me feel part of the Seton Hall family immediately. With the constant support and encouragement from my professors and advisers, I felt prepared and ready to embark on my dream of teaching. I am truly grateful for my graduate school experience at Seton Hall” -- Mimi Mullhern, M.A.E. (Instructional Design and Technology) '04, Computer Teacher, St. Vincent De Paul School in San Francisco