School of Administrative Science Academic Programs
The Master of Administrative Science (MAS) degree is a 30-credit off- campus program structured to meet the career development needs of adult learners working in administrative and professional positions in the private sector, government agencies and not-for-profit organizations. Its primary purpose is to enhance the administrative and leadership skills of graduates. The MAS is FDU’s largest part-time graduate studies program.
The Master of Science in Homeland Security (MSHS) is a 36-credit program administered by the School of Administrative Science (SAS) from the Metropolitan Campus and is conducted off-campus (week nights and Saturdays) and online. Both Petrocelli College of Continuing Education and SAS are dedicated to providing experiential learning to adults through non-traditional formats.
The 36-credit Master of Sports Administration (MSA) program is a graduate degree that focuses on practical and theoretical aspects of the various components related to the administration and management of sports personnel and facilities, recreation and fitness programs and businesses, health facilities, coaching, and recreational activities in both volunteer and paid positions. There will also be a strong emphasis on leadership throughout the program. The program is offered in person and online.
The 36-credit Master of Arts in Student Services Administration is the perfect solution for current and aspiring professionals who seek to build or advance their credentials for a career in administrative and student support services in higher education. The program is offered in person and online.
The 30-credit Master of Service Innovation and Leadership will increase your competitive edge in critical service industry strategies, financial systes, service management, marketing and more.
Bachelor of Arts in Sports Administration (BASA) program is to provide undergraduate level studies for the traditional and non-traditional student seeking a career in sports administration including the areas of: recreation, youth, collegiate, and professional leagues.