Students in any M.A. program may also apply for and receive the Seton Hall University certificate in Information Technologies. There is no New Jersey State certification for information technology. The Certificate in Information Technology program acknowledges students who achieve a level of experience and knowledge with information technologies. The certificate program is open to any graduate student enrolled at the University as well as students who are not enrolled in a full University program.
The College will award the Certificate in Information Technologies to students who successfully complete five three-credit information technology courses (15 credits). A maximum of 6 credits will be accepted for equivalent courses taken in other divisions of the University, or for courses taken at other colleges. Graduate students may apply the credits earned toward the certificate to a master’s degree.
The following courses may be applied toward the Information Technologies Certificate.
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