Fahy Hall, Room 118 and 130
(973) 761-9022, Main
(973) 275-2564, Graduate
Dean: Georita M. Frierson, Ph.D.
Associate Dean for Academic Affairs: Abe Zakhem, Ph.D.
Associate Dean for Faculty and Research: Tin-Chun Chu, Ph.D.
Associate Dean for Undergraduate Academic Affairs, Enrollment Management, and Donor Relations: Christopher A. Kaiser, Ed.D.
Associate Dean for Graduate Academic Affairs: Michael Dooney, Ph.D.
Assistant Dean for Finance and Administration: Sheila F. Riley, M.P.A.
Project Acceleration and University Scholarships: Francesca Phillippy, M.A.
Associate Director of the Louis and Vivienne Gentile Arts and Sciences Leadership Center: Christopher Kaiser, Ed.D.
Departments and Chairs
Biological Sciences: Cottrell Jessica, Ph.D.
Chemistry and Biochemistry: Stephen Kelty, Ph.D.
English: Angela Weisl, Ph.D.
History: Nathaniel Knight, Ph.D.
Languages, Literatures and Cultures: Diana Álvarez-Amell, Ph.D.
Mathematics and Computer Science: John T. Saccoman, Ph.D.
Philosophy: Travis Timmerman, Ph.D.
Physics: M. Alper Sahiner, Ph.D.
Political Science and Public Affairs: Michael Taylor, Ph.D.
Psychology: Kelly Goedert, Ph.D.
Religion: Colleen Conway, Ph.D.
Sociology, Anthropology and Social Work: Cherubim Quizon, Ph.D.
Gerontology: Christine Heer, J.D., L.C.S.W.
The College of Arts and Sciences, the oldest school of the University, was established as Seton Hall College in 1856. The College comprises the departments of Biological Sciences; Chemistry and Biochemistry; English; History; Languages, Literatures and Cultures; Mathematics and Computer Science; Physics; Political Science and Public Affairs; Psychology; Religion; and Sociology, Anthropology, Social Work, and Criminal Justice.
The College offers graduate courses leading to the following degrees; Master of Arts; Master of Science; Master of Public Administration; and the Doctor of Philosophy, as well as several graduate certificate programs.