The mission of the New Jersey City University Educational Leadership graduate program is to improve teaching, learning, and human development in a diverse, rapidly changing, and increasingly technological society. The program is designed to educate tomorrow’s leaders for urban settings with the necessary knowledge, skills and dispositions to lead change in schools, work with diverse groups, and integrate ideas to solve problems in the P-12 setting.
NJCU’s Counseling graduate program trains culturally competent, caring counselors who serve a diverse, multilingual urban community. Professional counselors empower individuals and families to resolve personal, educational, career, and relationship concerns. Faculty and students are committed to advocating for social justice, removing barriers to education and personal growth, and promoting wellness, equity and optimal development for all persons and groups.
Location: Rossey Hall, Room 536Phone: (201) 200-3400Fax: (201) 200-3405For information on Educational Leadership Programs include Masters in Educational Administration, Principal Certification, LEAD, and Supervisor Certification, contact:Ms. Sherline Bullock(201) 200-2573For information on Counseling Programs included Master's in Counseling, Clinical Mental Health Counseling, School Counseling Certification, Substance Awareness Coordinator (SAC), Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), National Counselor Exam (NCE), contact:Ms. Janette Rodriguez(201) 200-3400
Department Co-ChairsDr. Tracey DuncanDr. Susan Phifer
Dr. Vaibhavee AgaskarDr. Tracey Duncan Dr. Jenifer HartmanMs. Marcela KepicovaDr. Marilyn Maye Dr. Yumiko Ogawa Dr. Susan Phifer Dr. Carrie Robinson