Silberman College of Business Corporate Partnerships

Silberman College of Business has partnered with selected local corporations to assist them with their talent development needs. By tailoring our programs to the needs of the working professional, we help them level-up their proficiency portfolio and acquire career-ready competencies. Through these collaborative partnerships, we work together with our corporate partners to build opportunities that meet the needs of their employees seeking to advance their careers. Our programs are delivered on-site on the corporate partner campus in a hybrid format, enabling a convenient pathway for employees to earn the necessary educational credentials while continuing to work full-time.

This page will provide you with information that will help address questions that you may have. If you still need additional clarifications, you will be able to contact one of our Silberman College representatives at who will be able to assist you further.

Frequently Asked Questions

During the Admissions Process

What materials do I need in order to apply?
In order to submit your application, you must upload a resume and transcript. An unofficial transcript may be reviewed until an official transcript can be submitted.
How do I apply?
Interested students should Create an Account through our admissions portal and apply here. Any admissions related questions can be directed to
How many waivers am I eligible to earn?
Students can waive up to 13 credits in the MBA program. Students who have taken classes like accounting, economics, entrepreneurship, finance, law, marketing, and management previously may be eligible for waivers. Please review our waiver policies found here.

Once Admitted

Congratulations on your admissions decision!
Once admitted, please make sure you complete the following items:
  1. Return your Intent to Enroll form
  2. Claim your FDU NetID here.
  3. If applicable, submit your corporate reimbursement forms (scroll down on the linked page).
I'm no longer receiving any program-related emails.
Once you are admitted, all official university correspondence will be sent to your student email address. To log into your student email and FDU's Microsoft 365, please go here.
How do I register for classes?
Every semester, each cohort will be emailed the list of classes (including sections). To register, log into Self-Service to make your course selections and complete the registration process. Self-Service has a number of tutorials to help guide you through the process.
What do I need to do to prepare for the start of classes?
  • Quantitative Proficiency: Prior to the start of classes, we will review your transcripts to see if you demonstrate quantitative proficiency. All students must have a baseline understanding of statistics and quantitative skills. Here are some ways that you can demonstrate quantitative proficiency.
  • Self-Service: Familiarize yourself with Self-Service. Not only will you register for classes here, but you can also find items including but limited to your schedule, your tuition bill, and your unofficial transcripts.
  • WebCampus: Log into WebCampus to find your registered classes. Any class materials will be posted here.


How do I request the Corporate Reimbursement Deferred Payment Plan?
Go to this page and scroll down to submit your Corporate Reimbursement Forms.
Please indicate to your company that you would like the check mailed to:
Fairleigh Dickinson University
Office of Enrollment Services
285 Madison Avenue, M-MS0-04
Madison, NJ 07940
How often am I billed?
At minimum, you will receive one bill for each semester that you are registered. Bills are generated based on the number of credits for which you are registered. If you change the number of credits you are registered for within the semester, your bill may be adjusted.

Getting ready to graduate

I'm almost done with classes. Now what?
Congratulations! Approximately two semesters before you graduate, log into Self-Service to apply for graduation. Please ensure that your name and address (especially if you plan on moving) are submitted accurately as your name will be printed on your diploma and your diploma will be mailed to the address you list.
When should I expect my diploma?
Each year, Fairleigh Dickinson University has three graduation dates: February, May, and September. Expect your diploma to arrive in the mail approximately six to eight weeks after your graduation date.
Can I participate in commencement?
Fairleigh Dickinson University hosts one commencement each year in May. When you're close to graduating, look for details in your student email.
Current Corporate Partners