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  • Accounting

    Welcome to North Jersey's only program with both business and accounting accreditation from the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business.

    Our alumni have found success as executives at large multinational corporations, partners in major CPA firms, and managing partners or officers in private firms.

    Our program combines a strong core curriculum with electives that let you chart your own path, and we keep it streamlined to just 45 credits. We also welcome both full- and part-time students, and offer small and flexible classes to accommodate your schedule. 

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  • Accounting

    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.

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  • Accounting (M.S.A.C.)

    Accounting professionals have a vast number of career paths and industries to choose from, which means our graduates enjoy high employment rates and job security.

    Geared toward graduates without a bachelor's degree in accounting, Seton Hall's program prepares you for a successful career and satisfies the educational credits required to sit for the CPA exam in New Jersey, New York and most other states.

    Many of the biggest firms and best-known agencies turn to our program for recruiting at on-campus events, including our annual "Meet the Firms Night."

    Full-time students can complete their coursework in just 12 months; part-time students typically finish our program in two years.

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  • Advanced Study

    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).

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  • Applied Behavior 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.

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  • Applied Behavior Analysis

    M.A., Applied Behavior Analysis is designed to produce highly educated and experienced professionals in the field of applied behavior analysis (ABA). This program is designed to reflect a scientist/practitioner model of instruction. Graduates of the program will be eligible to sit for the Board Certification Examination to become a Board Certified Behavior Analyst ® (BACB®) ultimately working with a variety of client populations including children and adults with autism, developmental disabilities, learning challenges, and other behavior disorders.

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  • Asian Studies

    In today’s global marketplace, an M.A. in Asian Studies can take you far — whether you’re planning a career in government, international services, research, teaching or business. This program illuminates Asia’s cultures and languages, blending history with contemporary developments. Hailed as one of the pioneers in the nation for more than 50 years, Seton Hall’s Asian Studies program has been recognized for its outstanding faculty and quality programs. We offer three versions of this degree, so wherever you’d like to end up, we can help you get there.

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  • Athletic Training

    As specialists in sports medicine, athletic trainers prevent, evaluate and intervene when athletes face injuries or other medical conditions. Our career-oriented Master of Science in Athletic Training (M.S.A.T) degree program is the state's first entry-level master's program with accreditation from the Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education. Through interdisciplinary education, hands-on clinical experiences and intensive research opportunities, our students learn to focus on the unique needs of each patient.

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  • B.A. / M.A., Public Relations

    Seton Hall is one of very few universities to offer an integrated 5-year B.A./M.A. in Public Relations program. Students are provided with a theoretical framework to understand the strategic and tactical roles of public relations; ensured understanding of the ethical expectations and challenges related to Public Relations activities; and equipped with the knowledge and tools to effectively plan, execute and measure public relations programs and campaigns.

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  • B.A., Art / M.A., Museum Professions

    The 5-year B.A./M.A. in in Museum Professions allows Seton Hall University undergraduate students to take graduate courses during their junior and senior years. Students are admitted into the dual degree program at the end of their sophomore year and can have any undergraduate major from within the College of Communication and the Arts, as long as they complete four undergraduate courses in art history before they receive their B.A. degree.

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  • B.A., Communication / M.A., Communication

    The 5-year B.A./M.A. in Communication program complements all undergraduate programs and is designed for students looking for a career in marketing, journalism, human relations and beyond. Starting in their junior year, students complete four graduate courses and can earn both their degrees within five years. Students in the five-year program save more than 25 percent of the full graduate tuition and are prepared with a strong foundation and skill set to enter the fast-growing industry upon graduation.

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  • Biology

    Whether you’re drawn to research, academia, teaching or business, this master’s degree has a track to get you there. Far from a one-size-fits-all model, our program prepares students for the careers they want while at the same time training them in basic research and teaching. Choose from numerous degree options, including a neuroscience track, a Ph.D.-focused preparation or a minor in business administration. To further serve our students, evening and weekend classes are available.

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  • Business Analytics (Online)

    From health and science to retail and finance, big data is driving and changing every aspect of our world today — especially in business. Advanced technology now allows companies to gather and store massive amounts of data more easily than ever before. But businesses are all facing the same dilemma: how to harness that data once they have it. 

    All over the globe, companies are searching for leaders who can use data to solve problems strategically and make effective business decisions. Our MS in Business Analytics (MSBA) prepares you to do exactly that. Offering equally solid foundations in both business processes and data analytics, our program develops managers and executives whose skills will be in high demand immediately and well into the future. 

    Graduates of our program are ethical leaders who are as comfortable communicating with managers as they are with quantitative analysts. They are innovators launching brand-new business models and executives rocketing their companies to new heights.

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  • Catholic Evangelization

    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. 

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  • Catholic School Leadership

    The M.A. or Ed.S. in Education Leadership, Management and Policy focusing on Catholic School Leadership offers Catholic school educators and administrators a unique academic program that concentrates on the mission of Catholic school leadership and the formation of Catholic educators. The original Catholic School Leadership master's degree in New Jersey, and the only program in partnership with a seminary, is today's expression of the University's commitment to meeting the needs of Catholic education.

    Students are provided a convenient and flexible schedule (on-campus weekend and summer and online summer, fall and spring). Committed and grateful to those who minister to the Catholic education and spiritual growth of children, the University awards a 50 percent tuition discount to accepted program participants employed by Catholic schools.

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  • Certificate of Eligibility with Advanced Standing (CEAS)

    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.

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  • Chemistry

    When students enter McNulty Hall — home of the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry — the message is clear: Seton Hall is a state-of-the-art research and teaching center, strongly committed to scientific discovery. Students appreciate our innovative facilities — including flexible labs — while learning from some of chemistry’s brightest minds. We offer four options for this degree, each tailored to different career or research goals. Whether you’re planning to pursue a life in the research, teaching, or the business side of chemistry, we can help you get there.

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  • Chemistry

    Seton Hall is a state-of-the-art research and teaching center, strongly committed to scientific discovery — just stop into McNulty Hall ($35 million went into updating its facilities) and see for yourself. Our doctoral students rave about the innovative facilities where they learn from some of chemistry’s brightest minds and work beside them in cutting-edge research programs. The research opportunities extend to our neighbors, too. The department is committed to collaborative research with other institutions, particularly the chemical industry in northern New Jersey.

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  • Christian Spirituality

    Wives of deacons and deacon candidates are invited to journey together as a cohort in our graduate Certificate Program in Christian Spirituality. This program provides academic preparation in spirituality and a foundation for ministry.

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  • College Student Personnel Affairs

    The Masters in Higher Education and Student Affairs, with a concentration in College Student Personnel Affairs, is committed to preparing practitioners for positions in student affairs administration at the post-secondary level. The program offers a balance of classroom-based academic learning and field-based experiential learning opportunities.

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  • Communication

    The M.A. in Communication program offers students academically challenging courses that provide insight and practical strategies to succeed in the rapidly changing world. The program offers three specific tracks of study: Digital Communication and Communication Technologies, Communication in Organizations, and Public Relations.

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  • Counseling Psychology

    The overarching goal of the Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology, offered through Seton Hall University's College of Education and Human Services, is to prepare counseling psychologists in the scientist-practitioner model to assume roles as responsible, competent members of the professional psychological community with an understanding of both the value of research and applied practice. The program is accredited by the American Psychological Association (APA) through its Office of Program Consultation and Accreditation (750 First Street NE, Washington, D.C. 20002-4242; Phone: 202-336-5979) since October 22, 1999.

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  • Data Analytics

    The Department of Mathematics and Computer Science and the Department of Psychology offer undergraduate and graduate certification programs in Data Analytics.

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  • Data Science

    Students in the online M.S. Data Science program, with its strong focus on computer science, statistics and applied mathematics, will graduate with the knowledge and competencies required to become data science and analytics professionals.

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  • Diaconal Formation

    Since the restoration of the permanent diaconate to the hierarchy of sacred orders by the Second Vatican Council (1962-65), growth in the diaconate has surged in the United States and worldwide. In 2010, the Center was established to focus on the increasing intellectual formation needs of the permanent diaconate, by providing Christ-centered academic programs to prepare students to be heralds of the Gospel and servants and leaders of the New Evangelization.

    Our unique and innovative Center addresses the intellectual norms set forth in the National Directory for the Formation, Ministry, and Life of Permanent Deacons in the United States by the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, preparing men for leadership roles as ordained ministers in their local parishes, diocese institutions and the Universal Church. Students acquire the knowledge and skills to carry out the deacon's ministry of word, liturgy and charity.  

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  • Diplomacy and International Relations

    At the School of Diplomacy, students evolve from consumers of information to producers of knowledge -immediately ready to contribute to a variety of fields. Our customizable academic program builds essential skills and helps students cultivate a deep understanding of who they are and how they can have a positive impact on the complex, interdependent world they've inherited. 

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  • Divinity

    The Master of Divinity program is the main professional degree program preparing men for ministry in the Roman Catholic Church, primarily through ordination to the priesthood.

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  • Doctor of Nursing Practice (Online)

    Open to both post-M.S.N. and post-B.S.N. students, this practice-focused doctoral degree program prepares nurses to lead and provide care at the highest level of their discipline.

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  • Education Leadership, Management and Policy

    The M.A. program and the Education Specialist (Ed.S.) program in Education Leadership, Management and Policy program are ideal for working professionals who wish to pursue the following specialty areas in educational administration: School Superintendent, School Principal, Supervisor, Director, Special Educational Leader, Charter School Leader, Bi-Lingual Education Leader, and Catholic School Leader. This accelerated, 39-credit, blended program is offered through a cost-effective and convenient schedule providing weekend on-campus and online course offerings.

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  • Education Leadership, Management and Policy

    A nationally recognized, CAEP accredited, two-year graduate program geared toward working professionals interested in becoming educational administrators such as principals or department supervisors.

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  • Education Research, Assessment & Program Evaluation

    The Ph.D. in Higher Education Leadership, Management and Policy offers a concentration in Education Research, Assessment, and Program Evaluation. This concentration is intended to meet the burgeoning demands for professional staff and leaders in educational organizations focused on data-driven decision making, program evaluation, assessment and testing, and teacher or faculty pedagogical development.

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  • Effective Intercultural Communication

    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.

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  • English

    Seton Hall students pursing graduate degrees in English are as passionate and unique as the work they study. While they all share a love of language and a commitment to the written word, they pursue it in different forms: literature, writing or creative writing. We have a degree “spoke” for each, sprouting from a “hub” curriculum that covers research, literature and criticism. Students from this program continue on to Ph.D. and M.F.A. programs, teaching, and professional writing careers.

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  • Entrepreneurial Studies

    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.

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  • Experimental Psychology

    Whether you’re planning to pursue a Ph.D. program or looking to enter a research-intensive job right away, this master’s program will help get you there. We train students in the scientific methods of psychology, so you’ll be ready to work in either academic or applied settings — from lab assistants and science writers to college instructors and academic researchers. We offer concentrations in Behavioral Neuroscience, Cognitive Neuroscience, and Behavioral Sciences — all with a thesis. In addition, we offer concentrations in Data Visualization and Analysis and Psychological Science without a thesis. Whichever you choose, you’ll find individualized research training and mentoring, state-of-the-art facilities, and outstanding faculty with a wide range of expertise.

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  • Finance

    In this concentration, you'll build the theoretical foundations and gain the hands-on experience you need to excel in the financial services industry. In fact, many of our students go on to pass all three CFA-level examinations.

    We emphasize experiential learning, so you can bring new concepts directly from the classroom to your workplace. As a result of this broad preparation, our alumni are spread across many big-name firms and companies such as Goldman Sachs, J.P. Morgan, Johnson & Johnson and Prudential.

    And we keep the entire program streamlined to just 42 credits. 

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  • Financial Decision Making

    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

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  • General Administration

    The Masters in Higher Education and Student Affairs, with a concentration in General Administration, introduces students to theory, research, policy, and practice related to higher education administration. Students interested in this track will be prepared for positions in financial management, alumni affairs, fundraising, accreditation, enrollment management, athletics administration, and institutional research.

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  • Global Health Management

    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.

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  • Global Studies

    The Graduate Certificate in Global Studies is a unique inter-disciplinary initiative between the College of Education and Human Services (CEHS) and the School of Diplomacy and International Relations (SODIR). Upon completing the program, new and experienced teachers will benefit from a broadened worldview and an enriching knowledge about persons and cultures beyond direct experience. Throughout the program, participants engage in the complexities of global communities and institutions.

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  • Graduate Business

    The Certificate in Graduate Business allows students with a 4-year undergraduate degree to obtain a broad-based foundation in business discipline knowledge. 

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  • Graduate Taxation

    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. 

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  • Health Sciences

    Our interdisciplinary program helps healthcare professionals become high-level advanced practitioners, researchers, managers and educators - and Seton Hall is one of only two schools in New Jersey to offer the health sciences doctorate. Whether your ultimate goals are in the classroom, the clinic or as a researcher, the Seton Hall Ph.D. in Health Sciences program offers a relevant specialization track.

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  • Health Systems Administration

    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.

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  • Healthcare Administration

    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.

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  • Healthcare Administration

    Offered both online and on-campus, our CAHME-accredited Master of Healthcare Administration (M.H.A.) program prepares students for a leadership role in today's rapidly changing and complex healthcare industry. The M.H.A. is the essential foundation professionals need to lead the next generation of healthcare systems and facilities. Our students represent many diverse areas of the health industry, including hospitals, healthcare systems, assisted-living facilities, insurance organizations, pharmaceutical companies, and many other healthcare institutions.

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  • Higher Education and Student Affairs

    The Masters in Higher Education and Student Affairs, with a concentration in College Student Personnel Affairs, is committed to preparing practitioners for positions in student affairs administration at the post-secondary level. The program offers a balance of classroom-based academic learning and field-based experiential learning opportunities.

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  • Higher Education Leadership, Management and Policy

    The Ed.D. in Higher Education Leadership, Management and Policy is designed to equip practitioners with a variety of theoretical and research-based administrative and supervisory skills for potential and practicing administrators in higher education institutions as well as state Department of Education settings. The program focuses on training informed leaders through the utilization of scholarly research and theoretical models, which are applied to experiential situations. Study track options: Management and Administration; College Teaching.

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  • Higher Education Leadership, Management and Policy

    The Ph.D. in Higher Education Leadership, Management and Policy is designed to provide students with a broad understanding of the interrelated societal and organizational dimensions of higher education, in preparation for senior administrative, policy development and management posts in colleges and universities, as well as government agencies and foundations, or for careers in teaching and research. The program offers the opportunity to focus in areas, such as administration and education policy, international and comparative higher education, organizational culture and change, and the academic profession.

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  • History

    Considering a career in education, law, business or library science? Planning to pursue a doctorate? There’s one degree that can prepare you for any of the above — and many other careers, too: history. Our program offers four concentrations (U.S., European, Global or Catholic history), allowing students to follow their individual interests. Students work alongside professors to conduct original historical research and engage in significant historical debates and fields of study. This four-semester program is designed for completion in two years, but part-time study is also available.

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  • Information Technologies (Graduate)

    The 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.

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  • Information Technology Management

    From hacked emails to global cyber attacks, IT issues often make headlines—and they're of great concern to businesses, too.

    This concentration prepares students to become strong managers and leaders in IT. Our graduates work in high-profile organizations—Bank of America, CIT and Prudential—in positions such as business analyst, consultant, software development specialist and network administrator.

    Our program combines a strong core curriculum with electives that let you map your own path, and we keep the whole thing streamlined to just 42 credits. We welcome both full- and part-time students, and we offer small and flexible classes to accommodate your schedule. 

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  • Instructional Design and Technology

    The online M.A. in Instructional Design and Technology provides students with opportunities to explore a wide range of emerging technologies, gaining technical competencies, and applying technology-enhanced instructional design experiences in their field of study. The program emphasizes a theoretical base for instructional design and exposure to a broad array of the most current instructional methods, strategies, technologies, and materials. Seton Hall University is a recognized leader in the use of variety of modern, techniques and digital technologies for teaching and learning. Courses are offered online, traditional classroom, blended, and at off-campus locations.

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  • Intercultural Communication

    As 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.

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  • Internal Medicine

    Doctors of internal medicine, also referred to as internists, practice medicine from a primary care perspective and can treat and manage many ailments. They are specially trained to solve puzzling diagnostic problems, handle severe chronic illnesses and serve as patient advocates for healthy lifestyles. Recognizing that internal medicine is an integral component in the provision of healthcare services in the United States, the School of Health and Medical Sciences offers the Internal Medicine Residency Programs through Trinitas Regional Medical Center and St. Francis Medical Center. These programs provide physicians in training with the knowledge, technical experience and humanistic skills necessary for internists to provide high-quality patient care.

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  • International Affairs

    Seton Hall's Online Executive Master of Science in International Affairs program is designed for professionals who seek to develop additional skills or credentials to move ahead in their careers, but cannot attend a traditional campus program in order to do so. Through a series of ten courses, students will build upon their knowledge and skills in policy analysis, negotiation and conflict management and professional writing, while developing a functional and/or regional specialty. 

    Online Diplomacy students benefit from access to the University Library's vast collection of online publications, including news sources such as the Financial Times, Economist, New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, and international newspapers. The Library also provides access to Foreign Policy and World Politics Review, among a suite of databases, Top 50 Diplomacy Journals, e-book titles and reference resources. In addition, the Seton Hall Library is recognized as an official UN depository library, which offers students access to a wide range of United Nations documents and reports.

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  • International Affairs

    Executive M.S., International Affairs Professionals with seven years of work experience can apply to complete their master’s degree in an accelerated, ten-course sequence.

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  • International Business

    Offered as part of the Master of Business Administration program, this certificate consists of interdepartmental course offerings.

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  • International Business

    The world is changing rapidly, and business is no exception. With this concentration, you'll have the global and cross-cultural knowledge you need to excel.

    Our program combines a strong core curriculum with electives that let you map your own path, and we keep the whole thing streamlined to just 42 credits. We welcome both full- and part-time students, and we offer small and flexible classes to accommodate your schedule.

    On top of a hands-on classroom education, we also offer study abroad opportunities; through our "Doing Business In" series, students have traveled to China, Ireland, India, Peru, Egypt and other countries. There, they experience the culture while learning about business from corporate representatives.

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  • J.D./M.A., Law and Diplomacy

    The School of Diplomacy and Seton Hall School of Law offer a joint degree program leading to the degrees of Master of Arts in Diplomacy and International Relations and Juris Doctor.  

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  • Jewish-Christian Studies

    Since 1975, this program has taught students the history, theology, ethics and scriptures of the Jewish and Christian faiths. Students develop a critical awareness of the relationship between Jews and Christians — and learn to address complex religious, ethical and social issues to promote justice and peace. Graduates are prepared for doctoral biblical and religious studies, or for any facet of interreligious and multicultural relations, dialogue and diplomatic encounters — from teaching to ecumenical administration to seminary. This degree offers both a thesis and a non-thesis option.

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  • Jewish-Christian Studies

    The Department of Religion awards the Master of Arts degree (36 credits) and graduate certificate (12 credits) in Jewish-Christian Studies.

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  • Joint M.Div./M.A. Option

    In the course of complying with the Academic Program for Priesthood Candidates, a student meets all requirements for the M.Div. degree. Because there are "surplus" credits in the Academic Program for Priesthood Candidates beyond what is applied toward the M.Div., a student may apply these additional credits toward the M.A. in Theology, either in the research or general format.

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  • K-12 School Administration

    The Ed.D. in K-12 School Administration is designed to provide administrative and supervisory skills for potential and practicing administrators in K-12 education. The program of study focuses on training informed leaders through the utilization of scholarly research and theoretical models, which are applied to experiential situations.

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  • K-12 School Administration

    The Executive Ed.D. program provides an accelerated doctoral degree exclusively for certified and practicing K-12 school administrators. Students, who have come from 30 states and seven foreign countries, are part of a cohort team and are afforded opportunities for professional sharing and cooperative activity. In support of a fast-start on the dissertation, each student is assigned to a full-time staff member who serves as adviser/mentor immediately.

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  • K-12 Supervisor

    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.

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  • M.A., Asian Studies / M.A., Diplomacy and International Relations

    The Department of Asian Studies in the College of Arts and Sciences and the School of Diplomacy offer a dual degree program with a focus on East Asia. A solid understanding of East Asian history, language and culture complements students' competence in international relations. 

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  • M.A., Communication / M.A., Diplomacy and International Relations

    The School of Diplomacy and the College of Communication and the Arts offer a joint degree program that combines the M.A. in Diplomacy and International Relations with the M.A. in Communication. The program brings together advanced skills in communication with in-depth knowledge of international relations to prepare professionals to meet the challenges of corporate and public communication in an increasingly complex global environment.

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  • M.B.A. / M.A., Diplomacy and International Relations

    The School of Diplomacy and the Stillman School of Business offer a dual degree program that combines the Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.) with the M.A. in Diplomacy and International Relations. This dual degree program takes advantage of the synergy between the two fields, providing a unique combination of detailed business training with a thorough understanding of international policy issues.   

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  • M.B.A./M.S.N. in Health Systems Administration Program

    Seton Hall University’s College of Nursing and the Stillman School of Business, both recognized leaders in their fields, have joined to offer nurses the clinical knowledge and business skills needed to function effectively within today’s integrated healthcare delivery systems.

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  • M.P.A. / M.A., Diplomacy and International Relations

    The Department of Political Science and Public Affairs in the College of Arts and Sciences and the School of Diplomacy offer a dual degree program that combines the M.A. in Diplomacy and International Relations with the Master of Public Administration. The dual degree equips professionals to respond to the challenges of public sector administration in a global environment. The joint program can be completed in 60 credits, instead of the 84 credits required to complete the two programs separately.  

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  • Management

    From hands-on experience to theoretical foundations, the management concentration prepares you to lead with confidence and success. Students are able to develop skills in areas such as negotiation, entrepreneurship and innovation.

    Our program combines a strong core curriculum with electives that let you map your own path, and we keep the program streamlined to just 42 credits. We welcome both full- and part-time students and offer small and flexible classes to accommodate your schedule.

    Thanks to that broad preparation, our management students have gone on to work at TD Bank, Axa Financial, and Life Integra, to name just a few. What's more, the department is home to the nation's No. 1 business leadership program.

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  • Market Research

    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.

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  • Marketing

    Marketing tops many lists of the best-paying and most in-demand careers, and it's no wonder—marketing pros are responsible for much of a business's reputation and commercial success.

    Our program prepares you to become a marketing leader, and also provides a comprehensive general business education. We blend a strong core curriculum with electives that let you map your own path, and we keep the whole thing streamlined to just 42 credits.

    Named a Princeton Review Best Business School, we welcome both full- and part-time students, and offer small and flexible classes to accommodate your schedule.

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  • Marriage and Family Therapy

    The M.S. in Marriage and Family Therapy (M.S./M.F.T fulfills the educational requirements for dual licensure as marriage and family therapists and clinical alcohol and drug counselors. The M.S. in Marriage and Family Therapy is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation for Marriage and Family Therapy Education (COAMFTE) of the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy (AAMFT), 112 Alfred Street, Alexandria, VA 22314; (703) 838-9808. The accreditation period is effective May 1, 2014 through May 1, 2020. Students complete the standard curriculum as stipulated by COAMFTE while gaining a knowledge base in psychology, systemic thinking, and addiction treatment as they prepare for professional practice based on ethical principles and multicultural understanding

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  • Microbiology

    Seton Hall invested $35 million into renovating McNulty Hall — home of the Biological Sciences department — for one clear reason: Seton Hall is a state-of-the-art research and teaching center, strongly committed to scientific discovery. Inside this innovative center, you’ll prepare for a career in academia or the biotechnology industry or to enter a Ph.D. program. Choose from a laboratory experience–based program (with research thesis) or a coursework-oriented degree (with library thesis). Evening and weekend classes are available to accommodate both full-time and part-time students.

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  • Molecular Bioscience

    With a strong foundation in both research and teaching, this program focuses on advanced training in modern life science disciplines, including: genetics, cell and developmental biology, biochemistry, microbiology, physiology, pharmacology, molecular ecology and immunology. Our training approach — coursework, research and collaborative interaction — builds students’ intellectual abilities and prepares them for research careers in academia, industry and government. Both full-time and part-time study options are available for this degree.

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  • Museum Professions

    The M.A. in Museum Professions program prepares students for professional careers in museums and other cultural institutions through challenging coursework and concrete experience, melding the theoretical with the practical. Informed by the guidelines of the American Association of Museums and the International Council of Museums, the program curriculum aims at developing skills in such areas as professional museum work, research, technology, leadership, creative problem solving and advocacy.

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  • Neurology

    Established in 1996 through the efforts of a dynamic group of neurologists, neuropsychologists and neurosurgeons, the three-year Neurology Residency Program through the School of Health and Medical Sciences provides residents with an integrated program that includes a strong neurology background and ample exposure to neurosurgery.

    Based at the New Jersey Neuroscience Institute at JFK Medical Center in Edison, New Jersey, the program accepts four residents per post-graduate year for a rigorous program combining clinical, academic and research experiences.

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  • Nonprofit Organization Management

    The Department of Political Science and Public Affairs offers a graduate certificate program in nonprofit organization management.

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  • Occupational Therapy

    Occupational therapists (OTs) help their clients regain lost abilities, develop new skills and live life to the fullest. That work can take many forms — from serving children with development disabilities, to helping a patient relearn daily tasks after a stroke, to working with people who have physical and mental disabilities. The Master of Science in Occupational Therapy (M.S.O.T) degree program prepares students to become competent general practitioners through a three-step curriculum.

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  • Organizational Communication

    This certificate program 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 with an emphasis placed on problem solving and successful communication strategies.

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  • Orthopaedic Surgery Residency

    Nicholas Andry coined the word "orthopaedics," derived from the Greek words for "correct" or "straight" ("orthos") and "child" ("paidion"), in 1741, when he published Orthopaedia: Or the Art of Correcting and Preventing Deformities in Children. The branch of surgery concerned with acute, chronic, traumatic and overuse injuries of the musculoskeletal system, orthopaedic surgery addresses such ailments as arthritis, trauma and congenital deformities using both surgical and non-surgical means.

    Recognizing the need for orthopaedic services in the provision of healthcare services in the United States, the School of Health and Medical Sciences at Seton Hall University offers the Orthopaedic Surgery Residency Program.

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  • Pastoral Ministry

    The M.A. in Pastoral Ministry program equips students with the theological foundation and specialized training to answer Christ's call to serve in the Church today. For those who are currently working in pastoral ministry or are discerning the call to such service, the program provides a course of studies that infuses the students' desire to serve with the spiritual tools necessary to grow deeper in their faith. 

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  • Peace Corps Coverdell Fellows Program

    The Paul D. Coverdell Fellows Program is a graduate fellowship program that offers financial assistance to returned Peace Corps Volunteers. All Fellows complete internships in underserved American communities while completing their Master’s degree in Diplomacy and International Relations, allowing them to bring home, and expand upon, the skills they learned as Volunteers.

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  • Pediatric Primary Care Nurse Practitioner (Online)

    Our 100% online M.S.N., Pediatric Primary Care Nurse Practitioner program prepares nurses to provide a range of healthcare services that promote wellness, prevent illness and manage health and illness needs of children from birth to early adulthood.

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  • Ph.D. in Nursing

    Our research-centered doctoral degree program prepares nurses for a lifetime of intellectual inquiry, creative scholarship and independent or collaborative research. In this campus-based program, classes meet in the late afternoon or evening and students can pursue this degree through full- or part-time study.

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  • Physical Therapy

    Seton Hall's comprehensive Doctor of Physical Therapy (D.P.T.) program prepares students to practice safely and ethically - and to treat patients who face a multitude of conditions. We educate students through a combination of rigorous academics and clinical experience.

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  • Physician Assistant

    Physician assistants (PAs) practice with doctors across all medical disciplines. You’ll find them in nearly any specialty you can think of: surgery, internal medicine, pediatrics, obstetrics/gynecology, emergency medicine and psychiatry. As a graduate of the Master of Science in Physician Assistant (M.S.P.A.) program, you'll be ready for a rewarding medical career — and ready to excel in any area you choose to pursue.

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  • Police Graduate Studies Program

    The Masters in Higher Education and Student Affairs, with a concentration in College Student Personnel Affairs, is committed to preparing practitioners for positions in student affairs administration at the post-secondary level. The program offers a balance of classroom-based academic learning and field-based experiential learning opportunities.

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  • Police Graduate Studies Program

    Offering 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 (HRTD).

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  • Population Health Management

    Seton Hall's 15-credit Graduate Certificate in Population Health Management provides a comprehensive review of current population health approaches, strategies and tactics designed to improve consumers' access and quality of care while managing costs. In this intensive certificate program – offered online and taught by the same faculty of the University's CAHME-accredited MHA degree program – you will develop highly desirable population health management business skills, practice applications using data analytics and patient engagement strategies, and prepare for implementing a culture of wellness.

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  • Practice Management for Health Professionals

    Learn how to manage a health practice. Patient engagement, new organizational structures, MACRA and other value-based strategies in healthcare are creating a need for profound change. Learn the latest techniques and models for superior practice management outcomes through this 15-credit Graduate Certificate in Practice Management for Health Professionals.

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  • Pre-licensure Master’s Program: Clinical Nurse Leader

    The Clinical Nurse Leader (C.N.L.) program is an on-campus, fast track program for non-nurses with bachelor’s degrees to receive their M.S.N. and become advanced nurse generalists. Students learn to communicate and coordinate care across a range of settings, to integrate evidence-based practice and to solve problems with critical thinking. The program takes two years or six semesters to complete. Graduates are prepared to provide direct care and manage outcomes in any setting.

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  • Pre-Theology Program

    The Pre-Theology Program is designed to prepare students for full-time study in Theology towards a Master of Divinity. Those who do not have sufficient preparation in Philosophy and Theology are required to go through this program.  

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  • Priestly Formation

    Formation concerns the continuing conversion of heart, mind and soul in a man that will enable him to carry on an effective ministry, in service of God and His people, in the ordained priesthood of Jesus Christ.  

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  • Professional Accounting (M.S.P.A.)

    Advance your accounting skills in North Jersey's only program with both business and accounting accreditation from the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. This program is designed for accounting majors looking to satisfy the 150-credit educational requirement to sit for the CPA exam in New Jersey, New York and most other states. It's also well-suited for accountants who are looking to update their skills and increase their knowledge of the profession.

    Our graduates land at some of the largest and most prestigious organizations after graduation: Ernst & Young, KPMG, Deloitte, Prudential, New York Life and the NBA.

    Developed with top-level specialists as a practical graduate accounting education, this program can be completed in approximately one year of evening-only classes.

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  • Professional Counseling

    The M.A. in Counseling/Education Specialist (Ed.S.) in Professional Counseling prepares students to promote optimal human development and empower clients to solve personal, interpersonal, career and other mental health problems, using a wellness model to diagnose, counsel and implement treatment for these clients.

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  • Professional Counseling (Online)

    This 60-credit, Master's and Education Specialist program has been developed for students who desire to prepare for a career as a professional mental health counselor. This degree provides students with skills and models of intervention grounded in theory.

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  • Psychiatry

    The challenges and stresses of daily life, aging, building a healthy family life or finding alternatives to chemical dependency are all conflicts that can, at times, be difficult for people to manage. Recognizing that behavioral health and psychiatric services are an important component in the provision of healthcare services in the United States, the School of Health and Medical Sciences offers the General Psychiatry Residency Program. This program, which began in 2007, provides physicians in training with the knowledge, technical experience and humanistic skills necessary to provide high-quality, compassionate patient care.

    The multidisciplinary program is divided over the post-graduate years (PGY) 1, 2, 3 and 4 levels.

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  • Psychological Studies

    The M.A. in Psychological Studies provides students with a program grounded in basic theory and methods of psychology, and introduces students to the many diverse fields of psychology. The M.A. in Psychological Studies is a 36-credit program, with 24 degree requirement credits and 12 credits within one of the following concentration areas:

    • Marriage and Family Therapy
    • School Psychology
    • Sports and Exercise Psychology
    • Individualized (Student and adviser select courses to meet student's goals).

    After completion of the degree, students may apply to advanced programs (Ed.S. or doctoral degree) at the specialist level to meet state licensure and certification requirements.

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  • Public Administration

    This program prepares students for leadership roles in a variety of public service settings — from executive director of a homeless shelter, to program director for an NGO fighting AIDS in Africa, to business manager of a local municipality, to chief of staff for a U.S. Senator. We are dedicated to helping each student find the career that fits him or her best and we pride ourselves on bringing academic theory into practice. Course schedules are convenient for working students, and the program is offered year-round — including summers and weekends.

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  • Public Relations

    This certificate program offers students the opportunity to study advanced concepts, theories and methods related to the public relations field. 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. 

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  • Public Relations

    Seton Hall ’s M.A. in Public Relations program is one of the select universities to receive the Certification in Education for Public Relations (CEPR) from the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA), making Seton Hall University one of the best places to study public relations in the world.

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  • R.N. to M.S.N. Degree Bridge (Online)

    The R.N. to M.S.N. Degree Bridge provides registered nurses (R.N.s) who have an Associate in Science (A.S.) or Associate in Applied Science (A.A.S.) degree in nursing AND a non-nursing baccalaureate degree, with an option to pursue a Master’s degree in Nursing (M.S.N.).

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  • School Counseling

    The M.A. in School Counseling prepares school counselors to maximize the potential of all students through comprehensive developmental school counseling programs, and develops skills as competent school counselors and effective consultants, collaborators, advocates and leaders in an ever-changing global society. The program of study meets the credentialing requirements set by the NJ Department of Education. Further, the program works to follow the standards set forth by the Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs (CACREP) and the National Board of Certified Counselors.

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  • School Counseling (Online)

    Our program prepares school counselors to maximize the potential of all students through comprehensive developmental school counseling programs, and develops skills as competent school counselors and effective consultants, collaborators, advocates and leaders in an ever-changing global society.

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  • School Counseling Certificate

    The Post-M.A. in School Counseling Certificate meets the requirements set forth by the New Jersey Department of Education for certification as a school counselor. The program prepares school counselors to maximize the potential of all students through comprehensive developmental school counseling programs and develops skills as competent school counselors and effective consultants, collaborators, advocates and leaders in an ever-changing global society. The program meets the credential requirements for school counselors set by the New Jersey Department of Education. Further, the program works to meet the standards set by the Council of Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs (CACREP) and the National Board of Certified Counselors (NBCC).

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  • School Library Media Specialist

    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.

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  • School Psychology

    The School Psychology M.A./Ed.S. program provides students with professional and academic training to address the individual, contextual, and systemic needs of children and adolescents as well as those who nurture and support them. The National Association of School Psychologists Domains of School Psychology Training and Practice also guides the students' professional development and practicum/internship experiences.

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  • Social Work

    The Seton Hall University master’s degree in social work is a unique opportunity. For students without a bachelor’s degree in social work, the program is two years long, with the first year consisting of on-campus coursework. Students with a degree in social work go straight into the second year of the program — the Advanced Standing year — which consists of online courses and on-site fieldwork in the community.

    Our students finish this program ready to make a difference. They are prepared to work with individuals, families or groups in a variety of advanced-practice settings — including behavioral health, substance abuse, healthcare and forensic practice. With fieldwork and theoretical components, this program is open to both full- and part-time students.

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  • Special Education

    The MA in Special Education offers a series of study tracks to further new and practicing teachers’ knowledge and skills in support of students with special needs. 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.

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  • Special Education Transition

    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. 

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  • Speech Language Pathology

    Speech-language pathologists (SLPs) help everyone from infants to aging adults overcome communication disorders. Through their work in schools and hospitals, SLPs can provide acute care for neurological disorders, improve patients’ articulation, language, fluency, voice as well as aid in recovery from cleft palates, feeding disorders or autism spectrum diagnoses. Accredited by the Council on Academic Accreditation in Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, the Seton Hall Master of Science in Speech-Language Pathology (M.S.S.L.P.) program blends clinical, research, classroom and service experiences.

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  • Sport Management

    Looking to launch or advance a career in the $350 billion sport industry? This concentration will prepare you for leadership positions in sport management/sport marketing firms, licensing and apparel marketing, or radio and television programming.

    Unlike hospitality/tourism or kinesiology/physical education programs, our sport management concentration pairs with an M.B.A. degree—a distinct advantage. Our broad-based program combines a strong core curriculum with electives that let you map your own path, and we keep the whole thing streamlined to just 43 credits.

    Our alumni can be found in any number of prestigious sport organizations: the Yankees, Madison Square Garden, the NBA, the Mets, and many others. 

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  • Sports & Exercise Psychology

    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.

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  • Strategic Communication and Leadership

    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.

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  • Supply Chain Management

    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.

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  • Supply Chain Management

    Through this program, you'll become an expert in both the analytic and the technical methods you need to optimize supply chain systems. 

    You'll learn about the process of transferring raw materials into finished goods, and the links between manufacturers, suppliers, distributors, retailers, and vendors—all crucial parts of the business process. 

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  • Teacher of Students with Disabilities Endorsement

    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.

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  • TESOL Certification (Teaching of English to Speakers of Other Languages)

    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.

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  • Theology

    The M.A. in Theology degree offers students the rich heritage of Catholic Church teaching, providing them with an extensive academic foundation in specific theological disciplines. For those interested in pursuing doctoral studies, the program offers the option of a research track that requires a major thesis, language proficiency and a comprehensive exam. For those who do not wish to pursue further graduate studies, the program offers the option of a general track consisting of coursework that provides a substantial and comprehensive overview of the Catholic faith. 

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  • United Nations Studies

    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. 

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Undergraduate Certificates


  • Business

    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. 

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  • Business Analytics

    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. 

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  • Catholic Studies

    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.

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  • Cybersecurity

    The Undergraduate Cybersecurity Certificate provides essential skills and knowledge in Cybersecurity which are in demand in a variety of career tracks from areas such as Business, Computer Science, Information Technology, Diplomacy, Political Science, Psychology and Mathematics.

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  • Gerontology

    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.

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  • Global Affairs

    The challenges of today’s world transcend national boundaries and require international cooperation. Knowledge of international affairs will only continue to grow in value, across all disciplines. Current Seton Hall undergraduate degree seeking students, with majors and minors other than Diplomacy, can prepare themselves by securing an additional academic credential through the Certificate in Global Affairs program.

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  • Information Technologies

    The 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.

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  • Information Technology Management (ITM)

    (For both Business and Non-Business Majors)

    The Certificate in Information 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.

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  • Leadership Development

    Leadership Development is the undergraduate honors program for the Stillman School of Business and is only open to students admitted to the Stillman School.

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  • Market Research

    The undergraduate Certificate in Market Research is made up of a total of 12 credits (four three-credit courses). 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. The different roles of qualitative and quantitative research are explored through a mix of projects incorporating the Market Research Center at the Stillman School of Business.

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  • Pastoral Music Ministry

    Offered jointly by the College of Arts and Sciences' Catholic Studies Program and the College of Communication and the Arts’ Music Program, this certificate, appeals to those seeking to deepen their knowledge of the riches of the Catholic intellectual tradition.

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  • Russian and East European Studies

    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.

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  • Supply Chain Management (SCM)

    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.

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Professional Development


  • Healthy Lifestyles for Individuals with ASD

    This workshop, sponsored by Seton Hall’s College of Education and Human Services, will address the application of evidenced-based behavioral strategies to promote healthy lifestyles for individuals with ASD.

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  • International Relations Summer Institute

    The program is structured around a series of seminars led by full-time faculty of the School of Diplomacy, our career development professionals, University Librarian, and Academic Resource Center staff. Participants will spend four days on Seton Hall’s South Orange campus. The campus experience will be complemented by one day in New York City where students will take advantage of the School’s alliance with the UN community by visiting either UN Headquarters or the United Nations Foundation.

    In addition to faculty presentations, students will participate in group exercises and real-world simulations, debate, team and group work. College/career readiness workshops may include: intro to business protocol and dining etiquette, time management/study skills, internships as career development, leadership skill inventory, career inventory, social media, resume writing, interview skills and academic research techniques.

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  • Market Research Certificate

    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.

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  • Northern New Jersey Working Together Conference

    The Working Together program promotes the positive, ongoing relationship between the tax practitioner community and the IRS. The annual meeting, open to both IRS employees and the practitioner community, has become a "mark your calendar" event for many NJ tax professionals. The intent is to engage in ongoing, meaningful dialogue aimed at improving our dealings with one another, thereby improving service to our common customer - the taxpayer public. The focus of the meeting will be on exam practices, collection initiatives, notices and letters from the IRS, estate and gift tax issues, Criminal Investigation Division projects, and updates on the Affordable Care Act.

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  • Social Media

    Social media channels and strategies are always evolving, making it hard to keep up with the latest changes and features. To help demystify social media, Seton Hall is offering two new online programs focused on skill-building in social media. 

    The Foundation Course in Social Media is for true social media beginners interested in navigating top-tier social media platforms including Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. Our Advanced-Skills Course is designed for managers and strategists who are already engaged with these popular platforms.

    Both courses are led by Associate Professor Dan Ladik, who teaches social media marketing at the Stillman School of Business. He will be joined by guest instructors in the advanced program. Students who complete either program successfully will be eligible for a University Certificate in Social Media.

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  • Strategic Influencing Series

    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.

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  • The Concussion Recognition and Management course

    The School of Health and Medical Science, together with Seton Hall's Division of Continuing Education and Professional Studies, is offering a 5-part, online continuing education course on Concussion Recognition and Management.

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