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Make Graduate School Your Focus for 2020

Join us for Graduate Open House on Saturday, Feb. 22, to learn how a Seton Hall education fits into your vision for the future.

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Seton Hall Student and Great Mind Julia Lanuez

Eight Internships Helped Julia Lanuez Become a Well-rounded Clinician

Eight internships in a variety of settings prepared Julia Lanuez to become a well-rounded clinician.

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A Professional Working with Young Students in a School Setting

MA in Applied Behavior Analysis

New graduate program strives to meet the need for ABA professionals. Spring 2020 cohort enrolling now.

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The College of Education and Human Services develops the knowledge, skills, competencies and moral and ethical values necessary for outstanding performance in teaching, educational leadership, professional psychology and family therapy. We are dedicated to ensuring our professional preparation programs are based on essential knowledge, evolving technology, research findings and reflective practices.

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Matt Horace, The Black and The Blue Tour
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Alumnus Matt Horace, a 2013 graduate of the Police Studies program makes Seton Hall the next stop on his speaking tour for his new book, The Black and the Blue, a look at crime, racism and injustice in law enforcement in America.

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Conor Murtagh

The Call to Teach

Former Marine Conor Murtagh followed his calling to become a teacher and earned a Fulbright along the way.

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