Higher Education (Ph.D.) Concentration in Research and Evaluation
The Research and Evaluation concentration is intended to produce graduates with a range of competencies, including the ability to implement an academic or applied research program from start to finish; assess the effectiveness of educational policies, practices, and programs; and integrate research findings into practical initiatives designed to improve the performance of students and organizations.
Students must complete a minimum of 48 credit hours, as listed below. Credits earned from other institutions or other programs at Seton Hall cannot be transferred and applied to the 48 credit requirement.
Home to nearly 10,000 undergraduate and graduate students, Seton Hall has reached new heights in academic excellence, faculty research and student success. Ready to take the next steps on your academic or career path?