BAIS - Admissions

To pursue the BAIS degree at FDU, students should pursue admission to the university through one of the following programs:

Latino Promise

(201-692-2676)
latinopromise@fdu.edu

Those students who meet regular FDU admission standards and choose the Latino Promise Program may enroll directly into Petrocelli’s BAIS (Bachelor of Arts in Individualized Studies)

MiraeRo

Eun Jeong "EJ" Lee
(201-692-7180)
fdukorea@gmail.com

Fairleigh Dickinson has designed an exciting Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) and Associate of Arts (A.A.) degree for Korean-speaking students that make it possible them to realize their dreams and potential.

Online Program

JoAnna Steiner
(201-692-7357)
jsteiner@fdu.edu

The Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Individualized Studies degree is offered through the University’s Anthony J. Petrocelli College of Continuing Studies, which has a long history of offering career-relevant programs to adults and working professionals.

Puerta al Futuro

(201-692-2625)

Gateway to the Future enables Spanish speaking adults to learn English and earn a college degree through progressive all Spanish to all English coursework.

Two Worlds

Liz Nigrinis
(201-692-2392)
lisetty@fdu.edu

An innovative undergraduate degree program offered by Fairleigh Dickinson University in New Jersey in conjunction with partner universities around the world. The program is designed for students with a passion for international travel and adventure, as well as for those wishing to connect or reconnect with a particular ethnic heritage.

Undergraduate Programs BAIS

Roger Kane
(201-692-2027)
rwkane@fdu.edu

The Bachelor of Arts in Individualized Studies (BAIS) is offered through the University’s Petrocelli College of Continuing Studies, which features programs for adults and working professionals. The degree is aimed at students who are interested in combining business theory with technological skills that are vital in today’s workplace.

Vancouver

The ability to use the English language orally and in writing, the ability to understand and use basic mathematical symbols and the mastery of basic computer skills are required of all students in the Bachelor of Arts in Individualized Studies program 

Yeshiva/Seminary Program

Eric Goldman
(201-692-2738)
Francisco Parra
(201-692-2746)

The FDU Yeshiva and Seminary Program allows yeshiva and seminary students to transfer their various credits to FDU, where they can earn a bachelor’s degree in a flexible program.