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Education Leadership Launches Off Campus Programs  

Ed Leadership1Are You Ready to Lead?
 
Seton Hall is hosting off two off-campus information sessions for its Summer 2009 Graduate Program in Education Leadership, Management and Policy.

Open House Schedule

  • Sussex County Community College, Newton, New Jersey
    Building D Theater
    Thursday, February 26, 4:30 pm - 6pm

  • Burlington County College - Mount Laurel Campus
    Laurel Hall, Room 320
    Thursday, March 5, 4pm - 6pm

Ed Leadership2About the Executive M.A./Ed.S. Program
Offered on a convenient weekend and online schedule, this 39-credit accelerated, 2- year, blended program meets the needs of working educators. The Executive M.A./Ed.S. program complies with all requirements for NJDOE Principal and Supervisor Certification and provides promising educators with the right mix of academic and practical training, delivered by distinguished Seton Hall University faculty and practicing school administrators. The program requires only two weekend meetings per semester, to be held at Burlington County College in Mount Laurel, NJ, or at Sussex County Community College in Newton, NJ. Based on a cohort model, students start, progress, and complete the degree as a “community of learners”.
 
Accepted students can apply the program credits earned toward their doctoral degree in education leadership.
 
Through a special arrangement, the program is offered at a discounted tuition rate to registering students. The tuition covers all expenses and fees including text books and weekend meals during cohort weekend meetings. Guaranteed student loans are available through Seton Hall University.
 
Ed Leadership3Graduates of this nationally-acclaimed program have gone on to highly successful careers and have earned promotions or placements into key administrative positions. Career counseling and placement assistance are available through Seton Hall University.
 
Representatives from Seton Hall University and BCC/SCCC will be available at the information sessions to answer any questions. Application packets will be available.
 
For more information contact, Dr. James A. Corino at (973) 275-2356 or send an e-mail to corinoja@shu.edu.

Visit the College of Education and Human Services to learn more about the programs that we offer.
 

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For more information, please contact:

  • Linda Karten
  • (973) 378-9835
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