Online and Off-campus Programs
At Fairleigh Dickinson University, our online offerings meet the same rigorous standards that characterize our campus-based academic programs. With more than 15 courses of study, you'll have the opportunity to earn the degree you need to enhance your career in a convenient format designed to fit your life. Discover what it means to belong to a digital community of scholars and to master your abilities through advanced education. Look for the Available Online button on the individual program page to request information specifically about the online degree option.
- MS in Accounting
- MS in Cyber & Homeland Security
- MS in Digital Marketing
- MS in Electrical Engineering (MSEE)
- Master of Administrative Science (MAS)
- Master of Sports Administration
- MA in Mathematical Foundations
- MSN Nursing Education
- MFA in Creative Writing (Low Residency)
- MA in Creative Writing and Literature for Educators (Low Residency)
- MA in Student Services Administration
- MS in Service Innovation and Leadership
- Postdoctoral MS in Clinical Psychopharmacology (Low Residency)
Resources for Study Online
Webcampus is FDU's online courseware resource, utilizing Blackboard online systems.
FDU students on campus and online are provided with a Webmail electronic mail account.
Webadvisor allows most FDU students to register online for their courses, and to track their academic progress and grades.
The University Technical Assistance Center, available 24/7 online or by phone, is the Help Desk resource for FDU students whether on campus or online.
Coursefinder provides online search for courses and sections offered during the current and upcoming semester.
FDU online learners can take advantage of extensive online library resources.
State Authorizations indicate which U.S. States authorize FDU online programs for their residents.
Fairleigh Dickinson University is proud to partner with New Jersey's community colleges to offer undergraduate degree completion programs and entire graduate programs at convenient locations across the state. Students completing their Associates degrees at one of our partner community colleges will enjoy a seamless transfer experience and will be able to continue their education at the same location or choose a combination of on-campus and online courses. Evening, Saturday, and accelerated courses are available to suit the needs of our busy students.
In addition to our community college partnership locations, Fairleigh Dickinson University offers courses at dozens of other sites across the state and beyond, including corporate headquarters, schools, military bases, hospitals, conference centers, and diplomatic missions and consulates.
The Middle College Program at FDU currently puts the University at the service of students at more than 100 secondary schools in New Jersey. Students enrolled in subjects such as Physics, Calculus, Spanish, Art, Chemistry, Biology and the Humanities are taught by FDU faculty and earn college credits during their high school years.