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Seton Hall Offers Ed Leadership Classes at Warren County College
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County College Partnerships 001Seton Hall recently announced a partnership with Warren County Community College through its Master of Arts/Education Specialist degree program in Education Leadership Management and Policy. Offered through the College of Education and Human Services this graduate degree program is aimed at educators who are interested in becoming administrators in k-12 schools. 

In recent years, the popularity of the blended in-class and online model has enabled the University to expand these programs and host cohorts at satellite locations throughout the state of New Jersey. Seton Hall programs such as those offered at Warren County College, are operating at colleges in Bergen, Sussex, and Burlington County, and through the Newark Teachers Union. The backbone of this highly respected program is the curriculum, which is written and taught by SHU professors.

“The success of the ELMP program is unmatched,” says Program Director, James Corino. “Over 60 New Jersey superintendents have graduated from Seton Hall’s Department of Education Leadership, Management and Policy. Many principals, assistant principals, supervisors, business administrators, central office administrators have told us how well the University prepared them for their administrative positions.”

Another indicator of success is the increase of graduates; today there are over 170 aspiring school leaders in the program.

The program at Warren County begins this spring and offers quality of instruction, the convenience of the blended model, as well as multiple locations throughout the state.

Federal loans are available to cover the entire cost of the program, which is completed in less than 22 months.

Students who pursue the Ed. S track may be eligible to transition seamlessly into a doctoral program.

All future leaders in education are invited to inquire.

For more information please contact:
James Corino
(973) 275-2356


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