Departments and Centers
The Educational Studies Department provides undergraduate teacher preparation programs in early childhood, elementary education, and special education as well as secondary education. At the graduate level, the department has programs in initial teaching certification, professional development for educators, instructional technology, and media specialist.
The Department of Education Leadership, Management and Policy is dedicated to serving graduate students seeking educational leadership roles in public, private and parochial schools, colleges, universities, non-profit organizations and other education policy organizations.
The Department of Professional Psychology & Family Therapy focuses on training professionals in a wide variety of educational and counseling specialties via nationally recognized, accredited graduate programs that prepare students to work as psychologists or counselors in school and community settings.
The Center for Global Education serves as a vehicle to advance knowledge of global issues, build skills and develop dispositions among Seton Hall students, elementary and secondary school students and domestic and international educators in order to promote global civic competence.
The English as a Second Language Program serves students from all over the world, providing coursework for comprehensive language development. A wide range of content and materials, presented through interesting methodology, make the experience of ESL effective and practical.
The Office of Clinical Experiences and Applied Research serves all undergraduate and graduate programs within the Department of Educational Studies. The office places candidates in their internship and culminating clinical placements.