Graduate Advising

Advisor Contact Information

Our graduate advisors are here to help you. Send an email to and we’d be happy to answer any questions you may have.

Students in the MS in Digital Marketing and online MBA programs should contact their advisor. Prospective students and general contact information can be found here: 

Graduate Student Orientation

Congratulations and welcome to FDU!

The Office of Graduate Admissions has created an admitted students page and has compiled a list of resources that will help you get started. Below is some additional information as it relates to the Silberman College of Business.

General program information

Please review the academic integrity policy  as well as a complete listing of academic policies and procedures within the online graduate bulletin

  • Students must earn a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.0 (or a B average) to graduate.
  • There are no grades below a C at the graduate level in Silberman College of Business.
  • If a student receives a grade of F, the course must be repeated and the student must earn a grade of B or better. Both grades will remain in the calculation of the cumulative grade point average.
  • Students have seven years to complete their program.
  • Student may formally request up to two leave of absences.
  • Students may be able to waive foundation courses if equivalent courses have been completed with a grade of B or better within the past five years. Speak with your advisor for details.

Books may be purchased at the bookstore or online. You will need the full course and section number.

General course information

For students starting in the Fall 2021 semester, MBA courses are generally three credits and offered in eight-week, or 15-week sessions.

  • Traditional MBA courses are offered in the evenings at the Metro and Florham campuses. On occasion, a course may be offered in the afternoons at the Metro campus.
  • Saturday MBA and Executive MBA courses are offered on Saturdays at the Florham campus.

Prior to registering for certain MBA courses, students are expected to demonstrate quantitative proficiency.  

MS courses are three credits and are typically 15-week sessions.

  • Accounting Track A courses are offered in the evenings at both campuses.
  • Accounting Track B courses are offered in the evenings in a remote format.
  • Tax courses are offered in the evenings in a remote format. 
  • Supply chain management courses are typically offered one evening a week and on Saturdays.
  • Digital marketing courses are offered asynchronously online. Prior to registering for MS in Digital Marketing courses, students are expected to demonstrate quantitative proficiency.

Library access

In addition to access to, the Silberman College of Business Library is located in the lobby of Dickinson Hall on the Metro campus. Please contact Michele Nestory for assistance.

Career services

FDU provides career services to current students and alumni. Visit the Silberman College of Business page for career and internship information. Students can reach out to the Office of Placement and Outreach by contacting Paige Soltano, Pat Wyer or Mary Sakin.