The Master of Administrative Science for the Latino community expands the academic horizons of students who have graduated from FDU’s Puerta al Futuro bachelor’s degree completion program.  

Program highlights

  • 30 credits in relevant courses for the Latino community 
  • Convenient location: Our campus in Hackensack, New Jersey 
  • Convenient hours for the working professional: Classes on Saturdays 
  • Classes in English and Spanish 
  • Special tuition rate 

Admissions requirements

  • 100 credits completed as a PAF undergraduate 
  • Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with a minimnum GPA of 3.0 or better 
  • Official transcripts from all colleges and universities in which undergraduate or graduate course work was completed 

Curriculum

Choose from over 100 courses offered in the Master of Administrative Science (MAS), such as:

  • MADS6611 Special Topics: Introduction to Diplomacy and International Relations
  • MADS6611 Special Topics: Business, Government, and Intl Economy
  • MADS6622 Community Development: Global Development Policy
  • MADS6608 Conflict Resolution: Advanced Negotiation Strategies
  • MADS6615 Global Leadership
  • MADS6649 Latin America & Globalization/ MADS6666 Political Systems: EU
  • MADS6605 Principles of IS: Global Information Policy
  • MADS6634 Threat Analysis: International Security Issues
  • MADS6636 Global Preparedness: World Crisis and Transformative Politics
  • MADS6612 Capstone: Strategic Management

Certificate program

A graduate certificate can be earned upon completion of 18-credits (six courses) within the Master of Administrative Science (MAS) Program.

Candidates can earn a certificate in:

  • Human Resources
  • Global health & Human Services
  • Global Leadership & Administration
  • International Relations & Diplomacy
  • Public Relations
  • Non-Profit Organizational Development
  • Legal Environment
  • Law & Public Safety
Contact Information
Jaime Buenahora
201-692-2754
jaimeb@fdu.edu

Course Descriptions