This major, offered through the International School of Hospitality and Tourism Management on the Metropolitan Campus and Florham Campus, is designed to prepare students to assume managerial functions in service industries including organizations such as hotels, restaurants, resorts, entertainment complexes, casinos and assisted living facilities (more).
The International School of Hospitality and Tourism Management offers a 5-year B.S. in Hotel and Restaurant Management/M.S. in Hospitality Management program. This program is available to select students who want to pursue both degrees simultaneously and have fulfilled the following requirements (more).
The Bachelor of Arts in Individualized Studies degree is a baccalaureate degree program structured to meet the educational needs of adult learners. It provides non-traditional students with a variety of options in meeting University requirements for an undergraduate degree grounded in the liberal arts. It recognizes the value of life/work experience and affords students the opportunity to receive advanced standing through portfolio assessment (more).
As the world has become more complex and interconnected, as occupations and disciplines have become more finely divided into specializations, each with its own jargon, so has the need for people who can operate across borders, who can see the larger picture. Interdisciplinary studies (IDS) exist to satisfy that need for such people (more).
The Public Administration Institute seeks to provide well-trained recruits for public and nonprofit agencies, and to improve the skills and credentials of administrators already employed in these organizations.
Students selecting the Bachelor of Arts/Master of Public Administration option are expected to meet the current M.P.A. admission requirements as set forth in the Graduate Studies Bulletin, with the exception that they are not required to have obtained their baccalaureate degrees (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.
If you’re ready to turn your passion for sports into a career, consider Fairleigh Dickinson’s innovative combined degree program in Sports Administration.You’ll earn both your Bachelor of Arts in Interdisciplinary Studies with a concentration in Sports Administration plus a Master of Sports Administration in just five years (more).