MBA Programs at FDU
Master of Business Administration
Advance to the next level in your career. Our educational focus combines essential business skills with the global perspective that is critical for success in the 21st century. Choose to complete the general MBA, or choose from any one of our specializations.
- International Business
- Pharmaceutical Management
- Supply Chain Management
Undergraduate students can earn an MBA with one additional year of study through this innovative option. Designed for the motivated learner, the Combined Degree provides you with the broadened perspective and technological skills needed to manage enterprises engaged in global business.
The Saturday MBA at FDU features a balanced blend of in-class and online studies. Taking classes full-time, students can earn an MBA in 21 months. Competitively priced, this 42 credit MBA is an ideal option for business and non-business majors. Individuals with a prior academic business background may qualify for course waivers. All day in-person Saturday classes are offered with the balance of other studies offered asynchronously online.
MBA Curriculum Requirements
The MBA program consists of a total of 14 courses, ten of which are part of the MBA core curriculum. Each course within the MBA core curriculum relies on one or more experiential learning activities to equip students with problem-solving skills that will enable them to analyze and develop solutions that managers are likely to face. Many students are able to take what they learn in the classroom and immediately apply it to the workplace.
Depending upon your undergraduate major, students are able to request waivers for up to four courses in the core curriculum. In order to request a waiver, students must meet the grade requirements as determined by the course waiver, have taken the course within the last five years, and provide a copy of each course syllabus (see full policy here).
Of the remaining courses, three courses are part of your specialization and one of the courses you will take is the Capstone class. Please see individual program pages for specialization courses.
FDU MBA Core Curriculum
The MBA Core Curriculum is separated into three categories.
Understanding the Business Context
- ECON 6400: Economics for Business Decisions
- LAW 6400: Society, Ethics, and Law
- MGMT 6400: Organization Behavior and Leadership
Quantitative Models for Business
- ACCT 6400: Accounting Decision Making
- DSCI 6400: Data Science and Analytics
- FIN 6400: Financial Decision Making
- MIS 6400: Information Systems for Managers
Creating a Value Proposition Integrative Experience
- DSCI 6401: Supply and Value Chain Management
- ENTR 6400: Innovation and Entrepreneurial Mindset
- MKTG 6400: Marketing Decision Making
- MGMT 7400: Global Business Capstone
International Student Requirement
In certain circumstances it may be necessary for students to further develop their proficiency in English in order to ensure academic success. In these cases students are required to take courses in English for Professional Success (EPS). EPS courses do not apply toward the graduate business program curriculum.