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Our educational focus combines essential business skills with the global perspective that is critical for success in the 21st century.
Available in Classroom or Online
The MBA degree is available fully online, providing an opportunity for those whose schedule and/or distance from FDU campuses would otherwise limit their options.
MBAs with Six Different Specializations
- International Business
- Pharmaceutical Management
4+1 Combined BA-MBA Degree
Liberal arts or business 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@FDU features a balanced blend of in-class and online studies leading to an MBA in less than 21 months. Competitively priced, this 30- to 42-credit general MBA is an ideal option for business and non-business majors. Individuals with a prior academic business background may qualify to be excepted from some or all of the foundation courses (totaling 12 credits). All-day Saturday classes are offered, on average, every other weekend; the balance of other studies occurs online.
MBA Marketing Specialization
The Marketing curriculum prepares students with a solid foundation in the fundamentals of marketing strategy, consumer behavior and marketing research.
Students build on this foundation by selecting from a number of marketing electives in specialized areas. The selection of electives is typically driven by the career goals of the students and include areas such as marketing research, advertising, sales and promotions.
This specialization is offered at the Florham and Metropolitan Campuses.
All students enrolled in the MBA program must complete the MBA Core Curriculum in addition to their specialization requirements listed below.
Specialization Requirements (10 Credits)
- MKTG6602 Marketing Research
- MKTG6603 Consumer Behavior
Electives (Choose Three)
- MKTG6605 Marketing Communications
- MKTG6111 Digital Marketing Strategies
- MKTG6112 Social Media Strategy
- MKTG6113 Mobile Marketing Strategies
- MKTG6800 Graduate Independent Study