The Graduate Certificate in Finance offers anyone with an undergraduate degree from a four-year institution the opportunity to enhance their ability to make financial decisions anchored in corporate and investments/portfolio analysis, the core areas of the disciplined, and supplemented by six hours of certificate electives
Students learn about the overall entrepreneurial process and acquire the skills and tools they need to succeed from the launch of a new business to successful growth of that business.
Offered as part of the Master of Business Administration program, this certificate consists of interdepartmental course offerings.
The Supply Chain Certificate program targets students who can contribute to various parts of the supply chain by means of specializations obtained during their higher education. The certificate provides a practical understanding of the principles of supply chain management and helps students develop an understanding of both analytic and technical methods which can be applied to optimize these systems.
The Certificate prepares students for careers in marketing or market research that focus on the collection, analysis, and implementation of market research insights/data to make better business decisions. Qualitative and quantitative research are explored through a mix of projects incorporating the Market Research Center.
(For both Business and Non-Business Majors)The Certificate inInformation Technology Management is a four-course (12-credit) sequence that consists of BITM 2701, BITM 3727 and two BITM elective courses. A student who wishes to earn the Certificate in ITM should consult with the Department Chair or Adviser for the Department of Computing and Decision Sciences to ensure that the two BITM elective courses selected are in line with the student's academic/career objectives.
The multidisciplinary certificate program in gerontology is a concentration of studies designed for those who wish to understand and advance the quality of life of older persons.
The increasing occurrence of public health epidemics, concerns with bioterrorism and a pressing need for innovative approaches to health crises all point to the importance of a global approach in health management. As a student in the Graduate Certiﬁcate in Global Health Management program, you’ll prepare to oﬀer leadership in this area by developing an understanding of health governance, security and policy within a diverse and globalized world.
With our main campus just 14 miles from New York City, you’ll study in a region ﬁlled with top-notch healthcare facilities including hospitals, rehabilitation centers, medical programs and research institutes. International actors – like the United Nations and a host of nonproﬁt organizations that are active in global health and development – will be right at your ﬁngertips. Plus, many of the healthcare administration courses are available online.
Our supportive community and career resources will help you as you take this important step in advancing your career goals.
Organizational expectations in today's world are evolving. This certificate seeks to enhance student knowledge and skills to become effective communicators in organizational settings such as meetings, presentations, and crisis scenarios. Communication situations within organizations are reviewed to identify common techniques, strategies, and processes of information and influence. An emphasis is placed on problem solving and successful communication strategies.
The number of English Language Learners in American schools has more than doubled over the past 20 years. The TESOL program at Seton Hall provides candidates with the knowledge, skills and dispositions to teach English Language Learners in K-12 and adult education programs throughout the United States and abroad. The TESOL endorsement may be combined with additional tracks of study, such as Special Education and Instructional Design and Technology, to complete an MA in Education.
The Special Education Transition Certificate will provide the knowledge, skills, and competencies required of secondary special educators and guidance counselors to assist youth and young adults as they transition to postsecondary opportunities. The certificate is aligned with the Council for Exceptional Children (CEC) standards related to transition. A Seton Hall University graduate Special Education Transition Certificate will be awarded to students who successfully complete the four-course, 12-credit program. Students also may apply the 12 credits toward an M.A. in Special Education. *Individual courses within the transition sequence may be taken, but the certificate is only available to those completing the four course sequence.
This 15-credit certificate program allows you to explore a career in healthcare management and gain professional skills that will help you stand above the rest in your chosen profession.
Skilled public relations professions are in great demand within organizations, especially given the visibility and scrutiny that organizations and leaders must navigate in this fast-paced environment. This certificates offers students the opportunity to study advanced concepts, theories, and methods related to the public relations field.
The College of Communication and the Arts offers a graduate certificate in Strategic Communication Planning.
Individual courses are offered on-campus during the afternoon and evenings; in addition to online.
Our Graduate Communication Professional certificates allow our students to pursue specialized graduate education in pertinent communication areas of interest. Students are able to study communication skills that will enhance their professional capabilities and expand their knowledge and experiences. Students are able to apply the skills and knowledge they develop through the program courses both during and immediately after completion. Students will earn a professional certificate upon completion and, if they choose, apply the 12 credits earned in the program towards the full master's degree in Strategic Communication.
The Certificate of Advanced Study consists of a five-course program of additional graduate education for those business professionals who have already completed a graduate degree in business (or, for the area of Sport Management, a J.D. degree).
Students are required to take 12 credits (5 courses) to earn the Certificate in Pastoral Music Ministry.
The College of Arts and Sciences offers an undergraduate certificate program on Russia and East Europe, a broad multidisciplinary course of study leading to a certificate of proficiency in Russian and East European studies.
The Certificate in Sports and Exercise Psychology, offered through Seton Hall University's College of Education and Human Services, is designed to develop knowledge in the core biopsychosocial areas of sport and exercise psychology. The program provides students with a knowledge and foundation to work with athletes and athletic teams in wellness programs in corporate or medical settings, and in other health promotion areas. The program in Sports and Exercise Psychology is interdisciplinary, drawing upon the expertise and resources of the College's Department of Professional Psychology and Family Therapy and the School of Medical and Health Services Department of Physical Therapy. Certificate courses partially meet requirements of the Association for Advancement of Applied Sport Psychology Provisional Certified Consultant.
Supply Chain Management is the collection of steps that a company takes to transform raw components into the final product. The activities cover everything from product development, sourcing, production, logistics, and the information systems needed to coordinate these activities.
The Certificate in Catholic Studies has been designed for those who want to explore Catholicism's rich intellectual, spiritual, moral and cultural traditions and living heritage.
The Department of Religion awards the Master of Arts degree (36 credits) and graduate certificate (12 credits) in Jewish-Christian Studies.
Health care is changing quickly — from new uses for technology to advanced patient-care services. In response, case management initiatives have become integral to organizations’ strategic missions. This 12-credit certificate program is designed for nurses who have recently started working in case management, or who are considering doing so. Those who are admitted are not matriculated for a graduate degree, but may choose to be at any time during the program. All courses are offered online.
The Effective Intercultural Leader and The Effective Intercultural Communicator is a 2 -part certificate program that focuses on developing the ability of participants to manage and inspire a diverse staff and organization. The program is designed for those who work in a multi-cultural setting or desire to do so. The program explores the changing dynamics of today's global workplace, and focuses on skill building in areas that will enable workplace managers to lead and energize their diverse teams, while conveying an organization's vision to others.
The Certificate of Eligibility with Advanced Standing (CEAS) is an intensive, 18 credit online program intended for candidates seeking teacher certification. The initial CEAS certificate provides the foundation for further study in areas such as Special Education, Applied Behavior Analysis, and Instructional Design and Technology. (Link to these pages)
This certificate program is designed for nurses who want to expand their roles and pursue more senior, administrative positions. Students take 12 credits, with courses that span finance, legal issues and multiple systems. Those admitted are not matriculated for a graduate degree, but may choose to be at any time during the program. All courses are offered online.
Since 1945, the United Nations has served as a vital arena for international diplomacy. Our certificate program in UN Studies offers a deep understanding of the UN and how it operates, including the promise and limits of international cooperation.
The new online Certificate in Information Technologies is designed for students who want to achieve a greater level of experience, skills, and knowledge in emerging technologies applicable to any field of study. Technical proficiency in areas such as web design, computer graphics and animation, multimedia development, Web 2.0 skills, wikis, blogs, podcasting, digital storytelling, Microsoft business applications, using the web for advanced research, developing instructional and training materials, instructional design, and legal and ethical issues in technology are among the skills offered in this certificate program.
The Strategic Communication and Leadership certificate focuses on the critical areas of strategic communication, organizational culture, change management, team building and teamwork, and diversity and globalization. The certificate provides the knowledge; skills and abilities such as effective communication skills face-to-face, in groups, or online; that modern professionals need to succeed and grow their organizations.
The Department of Mathematics and Computer Science and the Department of Psychology offer undergraduate and graduate certification programs in Data Visualization and Analysis.
The Certificate in Graduate Business allows students with a 4-year undergraduate degree to obtain a broad-based foundation in business discipline knowledge.
The Certificate in Graduate Taxation is dedicated exclusively to the study of taxation and is designed to provide students with both a theoretical basis and practical hands-on skill.
The Seminary's Theological Education for Parish Services (STEPS) program is a graduate-level certificate program for adult Catholics who desire a deeper understanding of their faith.
This innovative and inspiring program is offered off-site in collaboration with St. Paul Inside the Walls Evangelization Center in Madison, N.J. Here, students are encouraged and prepared to heed the words of Pope Francis: "I want the Church to go out to the streets! … The parishes, the schools, the institutions are made for going out."
Students in this three-year certificate program take courses in a wide range of theological disciplines and participate in retreats and workshops, learning their spiritual gifts, deepening their faith, and growing as a small group community of faith.
If taken for credit, courses in this program may be applied toward an M.A. in Theology.
The Department of Political Science and Public Affairs offers a graduate certificate program in nonprofit organization management.
The Teacher of Students with Disabilities Endorsement is designed for New Jersey teachers who currently hold an initial certification in another teaching specialty. Today's classrooms serve a broad range of learners and dual certification in general and special education provides the rich, research-based best practices needed to support all student learning.
Leadership Development is the undergraduate honors program for the Stillman School of Business and is only open to students admitted to the Stillman School.
The program requires completion of the four specialty courses of the Health Systems Administration master’s degree program as well as a 90 hour executive internship with a Chief Nursing Officer preceptor.
Designed to enable teachers/educators to efficiently access the coursework needed to meet the New Jersey State Department of Education, taught by highly regarded faculty with great insight into the theory and practice of supervision and curriculum.
The new online undergraduate Certificate in Information Technologies is designed for students who want to achieve a greater level of experience, skills, and knowledge in emerging technologies applicable to any field of study. Technical proficiency in areas such as web design, computer graphics and animation, multimedia development, Web 2.0 skills, wikis, blogs, podcasting, digital storytelling, Microsoft business applications, using the web for advanced research, developing instructional and training materials, instructional design, and legal and ethical issues in technology are among the 21st century skills offered in this certificate program.
Two self-paced Online Market Research Courses (Qualitative and Quantitative Market Research) will be offered for interested external (non-Seton Hall University) audiences beginning in October 2017. Each course will require approximately 40 hours to complete and must be successfully completed within 90 days of registration.
The successful completion of each course provides a certificate in that respective subject and Continuing Education Professional Studies units (CEPS) from Seton Hall University. Participants will earn a Comprehensive Market Research Certification – Level 1.
In addition, we will offer Custom Market Research Workshops. These customized market research workshops can be tailored to the unique needs of your company and its employees and can be delivered to your location. Please click on the appropriate link below to learn more about these opportunities.
Business analytics is defined as the combination of skills, technologies, applications and processes used by organizations to gain insight into their business based on data and statistics to drive business planning. As technology continues to facilitate organizations to measure, collect and retain more data, companies are challenged to make sense out of it. Business analytics provides a set analytical tools that answers such problems. While statistics and operations research have long been used to allow businesses to make objective decisions, business analytics uses these tools, plus others like pattern detection to find meaning in the data. It is no exaggeration to state that every business of moderate size is either using analytics or will have to in order to stay competitive.
In five powerful sessions, you will outline a social media action plan, launch a blog, setup Twitter and Pinterest and learn a variety of social media devices. Then using analytical tools, obtain, analyze, and interpret data from your social media sites.
Students learn about the overall entrepreneurial process and acquire the skills and tools they need to succeed from the launch of a new business to the successful growth of that business. Students are required to complete four 3-credit courses.
Candidates with an M.A. degree and Standard NJ Instructional Certificate seeking certification only may apply for a School Library Media Specialist Certificate after they have completed the appropriate sequence of online courses listed below.
The Graduate Accounting Certificate serves as a "bridge" program for non-accountants who wish to sit for the Uniform CPA Examination and can help you become educationally qualified to be licensed as a CPA.
Leaders today are expected to be effective multiculturalists given demographic and globalization trends. This certificate empowers students to work with confidence across cultures by expanding skillsets, strategies, and capabilities through discussion of both theoretical concepts and applied techniques.
Open to non-business majors, students are exposed to the language of business. Major concepts in accounting, marketing, finance and management provide a head start in the business world. These courses provide solid preparation for entering the job market and starting a career after graduation. Open to students at Seton Hall University and other regionally accredited colleges.
The Department of Mathematics and Computer Science and the Department of Psychology offer undergraduate and graduate certification programs in Data Visualization and Analysis.
The Certificate in Applied Behavior Analysis prepares candidates to work with individuals with developmental disabilities, behavioral disorders, and other disabilities in various settings including public and private special education settings, clinics, hospitals, and residential treatment facilities. It provides a balance between rigorous academics, scholarship, and clinical experience, preparing candidates to be practitioners and researchers in the field of Applied Behavior Analysis.
Enduring and rising conflicts are unsettling many parts of the world, creating socio-economic and institutional challenges. The need for skilled professionals with specialized knowledge and training in post-conflict reconstruction is also growing.
These certificate programs prepare nurses with master’s degrees to become nurse practitioners. Students may focus on either acute or primary care in pediatrics or adult-gerontology. Each certificate requires 18-39 credits — including both didactic and clinical courses. Graduates of this program may apply for certification as advanced nurse practitioners with the appropriate certifying bodies.
Whether you’re searching for that first job, or making a late career transition, today’s competitive job market requires a contemporary perspective on how to best present yourself in order to leverage maximum impact. Yesterday’s methods may not be the best way to find your next opportunity. You need a plan—and a strategy to attack it efficiently and proactively.
The Get Hired Boot Camp, a one day workday workshop for first time-job hunters, and mid-career changers, will give you the tools it takes to translate your value to meet the needs of a prospective employer. The workshop is taught by Bob Franco, a recognized thought leader with expertise in organizational change and strategy.
The Professional Diploma in Marriage and Family Therapy is designed for professionals who have a license-eligible degree to become a marriage and family therapist, but who have not yet completed all the requisite courses for licensing as a marriage and family therapist or who wish to obtain specialized training before focusing on working with children, families and couples. License-eligible professions include psychologists, social workers, psychiatrists and psychiatric nurses.
Seton Hall University offers the only graduate program in New Jersey specifically for professionals who have already obtained a license-eligible degree such as in psychology and social work.
One of the key components of leadership is having the ability to affect outcomes. Whether negotiating a fee structure for a new project, managing client expectations, recruiting employees, or partnering with colleagues, leaders need to build trust, gain support, and systematically influence results. But how does the process work? And how can influencing be applied strategically in different situations?
Lee E. Miller, an accomplished trainer in the field of leadership, influencing and negotiating, heads a series of fall workshops on Strategic Influencing. The program takes place at Seton Hall University's South Orange campus.
Leadership training expert Rocky Romanella, believes that "Leadership is not a passive duty -- it is an active responsibility. This means providing people with the leadership they need to successfully reach their desired goals in concert with those in the organization."
On Friday, March 24 from 1 – 5:00pm, Romanella, former president and general manager of UPS Supply Chain Solutions leads a CEPS professional development seminar entitled, Why Values Matter. The program was developed by Romanella to inspire and empower business and organizational leaders who are interested in learning how to establish a values-oriented organizational culture that exceeds personal, team, and institutional goals.
On the highway of corporate America, leadership is an active responsibility not a passive duty. This means providing your constituents – customers, contributors and owners – with the Balanced Leadership™ they need to successfully reach their desired goals in concert with those of the organization. Maintaining balance optimizes performance. Balance leadership requires constant reflection and recalibration in terms of the way you and others think, act and feel.
Rocky Romanella, an accomplished CEO, has the rare ability to have a clear vision of the destination and the passion to share strategies to drive desired results, including communication skills to develop a highly-motivated and balanced work environment. Romanella joins management development expert Nick Kochek for a two-part program exploring Balanced Leadership.