College of Education and Human Services

What a dual degree in secondary/special education means from Seton Hall:

  • Content knowledge expertise
  • The ability to translate that expertise to practice in multiple and diverse classrooms.
  • The knowledge and skills to serve a broad range of learners within your classroom.
  • Integration of the latest technology in support of teaching and learning.

The special education component is a highly recommended option; while not required, students are advised to take this endorsement or some of the valuable courses.

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