College of Education and Human Services

How a Degree from Seton Hall Can Advance Your Career
The combination of elementary and special education coursework with five diverse and rigorous field experiences makes CEHS students highly sought after by school districts throughout New Jersey and the tristate region. The College's NCATE accreditation (National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education) makes a teaching degree from Seton Hall meaningful across the state and nation.
How Graduates Have Benefited from the Program

“When applying to colleges in New Jersey, I was not at all prepared to select my career path, but I soon found myself drawn to the educational field, as a result of my own positive primary educational experience and a newfound passion for educating others.  Choosing Seton Hall could not have been a better life choice. At the time, I truly had no idea the amount of knowledge, guidance, and support I would acquire from both my professors and internships. Since I have completed four 72-hour observation internships and a semester of student teaching in various educational settings, I know I was born to be an educator. As early as sophomore year, I solidified my views on the educational world; each course helped me become more aware of diverse learners and how I can help make an impact in an ever-changing world.  As a result of the experienced professors, valuable internships and challenging coursework, I am more than prepared to make an impression through my teaching. My choice of career was my decision, the power and effectiveness that I will have in my career will always be because of my beginnings at Seton Hall.”  -- Jenna Kathleen Worman '08, Second Grade Teacher, Mount Pleasant Elementary School, West Orange, NJ

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