Fahy Hall, Room 118 and 130
(973) 761-9022, Main
(973) 275-2564 Graduate
Interim Dean: Jonathan Farina, Ph.D.
Associate Dean for Academic Affairs: Mitra Shojania-Feizabadi, Ph.D.
Associate Dean for Faculty and Research:
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 A. Kaiser, Ed.D.
Biological Sciences: Jessica Cottrell, Ph.D.
Chemistry and Biochemistry: Stephen Kelty, Ph.D.
English: Angela Weisl, Ph.D.
History: Maxim Matusevich, Ph.D.
Languages, Literatures and Cultures: Diana Amell-Alvarez, 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 Criminal Justice: Cherubim Quizon, Ph.D.
Social Work: Matthew Corrigan, Ph.D.
Data Visualization and Analysis: Manfred Minimair, Ph.D.
Economics: Kurt Rotthoff, Ph.D.
Environmental Studies: Thomas Rzeznik, Ph.D.
Liberal Studies: Mark Couch, Ph.D.
Pre-Medical/Pre-Dental Plus: Majid Whitney, M.S.W.
Russian and East European Studies: Maxim Matusevich, Ph.D.
Social and Behavioral Sciences: Leslie Bunnage, Ph.D.
University Honors Program: John Ranieri, Ph.D.
Women and Gender Studies: Karen Gevirtz, Ph.D., Denise Vigani, Ph.D.
The College of Arts and Sciences offers programs of study leading to the degrees Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science, Master of Arts, Master of Science, Master of Public Administration, Master of Social Work and Doctor of Philosophy.
Through its core courses, the College of Arts and Sciences provides students with a foundation in the liberal arts and training in essential skills such as writing and logic; through its majors and minors, the College prepares students for professional careers or graduate education. A vibrant and dynamic community of learners, the College of Arts and Sciences has foundational roots in a rich intellectual tradition rooted in the liberal arts, is served by a committed and nationally recognized faculty, and offers courses and programs which provide students with multiple pathways to success.
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A minor in this program is also available.
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A minor in this program is also available.
Associate Director: Christopher Kaiser, Ph.D.
Seton Hall is excited to launch what is one of the few undergraduate leadership programs in the country for students planning a career in the arts and sciences. Whether you are in the hard sciences or the humanities, this program will make you a more effective leader. In addition to receiving a foundational understanding of leadership under the university’s umbrella Leadership Institute, students in the College of Arts and Sciences at Seton Hall will receive leadership development specific to their profession and taught by leaders in their respective field.
In addition to the academic and experiential understanding of what it means to be a leader in the arts and sciences, students in the program will also have access to information and a network specifically designed to give them a leg up on their counterparts as they embark on their new careers. Not only will they have a built-in network of senior and junior professionals to learn from and engage with, but they will have insight into which thought leaders, podcasts, and blogs will enhance their professional development in the field.
The Louis and Vivienne Gentile Arts and Sciences Leadership Center is responsible for the leadership pillar of character.
For specific questions regarding the center, please contact Dr. Christopher Kaiser at firstname.lastname@example.org or (973) 761-9430.
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?