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Accelerated 4 + 1 Combined Degree Programs

Students in the Silberman College of Business can earn both an undergraduate and graduate degree in just five years (subject to waiver eligibility*), by pursuing one of the following five-year combined degree programs:

• B.S. M.S. Accounting
• B.S. M.S. Supply Chain Management
• B.S. M.B.A Business Administration
• B.S. M.B.A. Finance
• B.S. M.B.A  Management
• B.S. M.B.A  Marketing

These combined programs enable you to earn your bachelor’s and master’s degrees in one less year than it would traditionally take. The graduate degrees offered in these combined programs are the M.B.A. in Finance, Management, Marketing, and Business Administration—and the Master of Science in Accounting and Supply Chain Management.

*for waiver information visit: MBA Core Curriculum

For additional information, please contact: Ms. Janette Shurdom, Assistant Dean of Undergraduate Programs and Student Services, Silberman College of Business, at 201-692-2135 or via e-mail at shurdom@fdu.edu.

Scholarships for Accelerated 4+1 Combined Degree Advantage Programs

Fairleigh Dickinson University has announced a scholarship incentive program that offers you the opportunity to continue into the graduate-degree level with an extension of your undergraduate scholarships by one year. You can choose from a wide selection of combined degree programs. The Combined Degree Advantage Program is automatically offered to all Colonel Fairleigh S. Dickinson and Dean’s Scholars who maintain a cumulative grade point ratio (GPR) of 3.25 or higher.

All students receive a scholarship of 40% off full graduate tuition in their fifth year.

Advantages of this program include saving time and money and accelerating your education by graduating with both a bachelor’s and master’s degree. You also have the flexibility to go from undergraduate degrees at one FDU campus and finish their graduate degrees at the other. You must declare their intent to pursue a five-year combined degree after earning between 60 and 80 undergraduate credits. This is only offered if you are continuing at the master’s graduate level on a full-time basis.

For more information about the Combined Degree Advantage Program, click here or contact the Undergraduate Admissions Office by calling 1-800-FDU-8803.