Centenary College is a private, Christian graduate school in Hackettstown, New Jersey. It has a small graduate student body with an enrollment of 621 graduate students. Of the 9 graduate programs offered at Centenary College - New Jersey, 2 are offered online or through graduate distance education programs. The most popular graduate school programs at Centenary College - New Jersey are Business, Educational Administration, and Special Education and Teaching. 91% of its graduate students are part-time graduate students.
Masters and Doctoral Programs
Most Popular Programs
Educational Administration26 Students
Special Education and Teaching20 Students
Counseling Psychology14 Students
English and Reading Teacher Education12 Students
School Counseling and Guidance Services11 Students
Healthcare Management7 Students
Public Administration6 Students
Specialized Teaching and Education6 Students
Centenary College - New Jersey Graduate Reviews
Centenary University offers an excellent Clinical Counseling Graduate program. The entire school is friendly and the Dean of Students is fabulous. The school is located in Hackettstown and is local to Hackettstown train stop/station, which connects to the various train lines to get into the Morristown area, Seacaucus, NY, Newark etc. It is a wonderfully run school counseling/clinical/ and a dual program. The grad. professors in this department specifically are fantastic and are wonderful, experienced professionals in the human services or counseling industry who are also very well respected. It is a rigorous program with requirements and you must maintain a grade point average of 3.00 or above to remain in the program.Well worth it and definitely a great graduate degree program. Get your MBA in 14 months if you're in the business corporate field.
Basically it's a 4 year Community College with smaller classes. No more, no less. The Profs. are sincere about their trade and are happy they're not inundated with 120 students per class. It's a safe campus. You get out of it what you put into it. It's the only 4 year college in Sussex, Warren and Hunterdon, Somerset Counties. It's off the beaten path, that's OK if you like getting away from NJ metropolis. Majors aren't diverse, but the college is good at teaching what they've got. People are friendly, not stressed out. It's a small Liberal Arts college. Not great, not bad.