Fairleigh Dickinson University to Conduct Courses in Camden
TEANECK, NJ (November 27, 2006) – For the first time, Fairleigh Dickinson University will hold classes at the Camden Administration Building.
These classes lead to the 30-credit Master of Administrative Science degree or the 120-credit Bachelor of Arts in Individualized Studies degree. The program, part of Petrocelli College of General and Continuing Studies at Fairleigh Dickinson University, is open to the public.
The Bachelor of Arts in Individualized Studies (BAIS) degree is designed for adult learners. The program recognizes the value of work and life experiences. Students are given the opportunity to receive advanced standing by submitting a portfolio of their life/work experience for assessment and up to 90 transfer credits are accepted.
The Master of Administrative Science (MAS) degree program is targeted toward working adults and admission is based on multiple criteria — including the student’s career and other accomplishments. This program can be completed in 21 months while working full-time. Adults in this program are interested in developing their careers in professional and administrative positions, and many students have five or more years of relevant professional experience.
For the BAIS program, Seminar on Leadership Development is offered. It will begin on Thursday, January 11 and run through Thursday, March 29.
For the MAS program, Leadership Plus is offered. It will begin on Tuesday, January 9 and run through Tuesday, March 27.
The two programs are hosted by the Camden police department. To accommodate busy adults, courses meet one evening per week for 12 weeks from 5:30-8:45 p.m.
The courses are led by experienced practitioners, teaching in their area of expertise, utilizing an interactive environment with case studies and discussion.
For complete information on these degree programs being offered at Camden Administration Building, call 201-692-7172 or e-mail email@example.com. A course catalog and other class sites available by mail or on the web at www.fdu.edu/mas.