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A 30-credit Graduate Program designed for working professionals in government and not-for-profit organizations.
(A 24-credit program for graduates of NJ Certified Manager Program) )
Hosted by and in cooperation with the:
Anthony Canale Public Safety Training Ctr, Egg Harbor
Atlantic City Police Department, Atlantic City
Atlantic County Utilities Authority
Atlantic County Vocational School, Mays Landing
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Gloucester County College*
Police Academy Sewell
Hunterdon Regional Medical Center, Flemington
Jersey City Fire Department, Jersey City
Monmouth County Police Academy*, Freehold
Morris County Fire Fighters/ Police Academy, Parsippany
New Jersey Meadowlands Commission, Lyndhurst
New Jersey National Guard* Cape May, Fort Dix & Sea Girt; Trenton, Port Murray & Teaneck
New Jersey State Police Div. Headquarters*, West Trenton
New Jersey Training and Conference Center, Trenton
New Jersey Transit*, Camden
Northern State Prison**, Newark
Ocean County Police Academy, Lakewood
Passaic County Community College, Paterson
Passaic Police Department**, Passaic
Picatinny Arsenal**, Dover
Port Authority of New York & New Jersey*, Fort Lee
Port Authority of New York & New Jersey*, Jersey City
Princeton Borough Municipal Bldg., Princeton
Community College, Somerville
Rutherford Police Dept., Rutherford
Salem County Community College, Salem County
Southwoods State Prison*, Bridgeton
Technical Career Center, Newark
High School, Somerset
West Orange Police Department, West Orange
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undergraduate course offerings)
(** undergraduate course
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MASTER OF ADMINISTRATIVE SCIENCE
A 30-credit graduate program (NJ Certified Public Manager Program Graduates can receive 6 credits advanced standing)
*** Improve your administrative skills and on-the-job performance.
*** Enhance your opportunities for career advancement.
*** Attend classes with public, non-profit and private sector professionals like yourself at thirty convenient locations statewide.
Earn a Certificate in Administrative Science, Community Development or Recreation Leadership after completing four courses in the MAS degree program.
*** Earn a Post Graduate Certificate in Public & Nonprofit Leadership after completing four additional courses following an MAS degree or MPA degree.
*** Enroll in a proven, hands-on program thatís flexible, affordable and learner centered.
FDUís Master of Administrative Science degree may be the right choice for you! Learn more about this unique program by calling Ronald E. Calissi, Esq., Executive Associate Dean, Off-Campus Credit Programs at (201) 692-7172, (201) 692-7171 or e-mail MAS@FDU.EDU. Program Locations: Audubon High School (Audubon),Atlantic County Utilities Authority (Egg Harbor Twp.), Bergen County Law & Public Safety Institute (Mahwah), Bergen County Division of Community Development (Hackensack), Cape May Department of Public Safety Training Center (Cape May), FDU Monmouth County Graduate Center (Eatontown), Gloucester County College Police Academy (Sewell), Hackensack Meadowlands Commission (Lyndhurst), Jersey City Fire Department (Jersey City), Morris County Firefighters and Police Training Academy (Parsippany), New Jersey National Guard (Cape May, Fort Dix, & Sea Girt), Monmouth County Police Academy (Freehold), New Jersey State Police Division Headquarters, West Trenton, (Mercer), New Jersey Training and Conference Center (Trenton) New Jersey Transit (Camden), Northern State Prison (Newark), Dept.of Public Safety Training Center (Cape May), Ocean County Police Academy (Lakewood), Passaic County Police Academy (Wayne), Passaic Police Department (Passaic), Port Authority of NY & NJ (Fort Lee), Port Authority of NY & NJ (Jersey City), Raritan Valley Community College (Somerville), Southwoods State Prison (Bridgeton), and Watchung Hills High School (Somerset).
Classes are held 6:15-9:30 PM, one night per week on a Mon-Wed, Mon-Thurs or Tue-Thurs schedule depending on the location. Saturday classes are 8:30 AM-4:30 PM. Class Time for Jersey City Fire Dept. (Jersey City), New Jersey Transit (Camden) Port Authority Technical Center (Jersey City) & Technical Career Center (Newark) ONLY ?5:30 PM to 8:45 PM Class Time for Raritan Valley (Somerville) ?see enclosed schedule
* The capstone seminar course must be taken at the Florham-Madison, Teaneck-Hackensack or FDU Monmouth County Graduate Center.
* FDU campuses at Teaneck-Hackensack, Florham-Madison, Monmouth County Graduate Center and Wroxton, England
FAIRLEIGH DICKINSON UNIVERSITY
MASTER OF ADMINISTRATIVE SCIENCE (M.A.S.)
A 30-CREDIT GRADUATE DEGREE PROGRAM
(A 24- CREDIT PROGRAM FOR NJ CERTIFIED PUBLIC MANAGER PROGRAM GRADUATES)
The Master of Administrative Science (MAS) degree program is structured to meet the career development needs of adult learners working in administrative and professional positions in government agencies and not-for-profit organizations. Its primary purpose is to enhance the administrative skills of graduates.
The program is designed to serve primarily in-service students with five or more years of relevant professional work experience. Since the degree program is targeted toward working adults, admission is based on multiple criteria, including the applicantís career and other accomplishments, personal maturity and evidence of commitment to graduate study and continued professional development. Special consideration will be given to applicants who have a significant record of relevant professional and/or administrative experience in government and not-for-profit organizations. The program combines both cognitive and affective (interactive) instruction through case studies, simulations, individual and group exercises, and field work that helps to develop critical managerial effectiveness. The MAS educational experience seeks to develop critical administrative competencies in a supportive learning environment in conjunction with specific and clear feedback.
The following are the specific program requirements for the M.A.S. degree. These curriculum areas and credit distribution requirements are designed to provide students with flexibility in planning a program of study within a competency-focused framework for professional development. Students must successfully complete 30 credits of graduate course work in the following three categories.
ADMINISTRATIVE COMPETENTANCIES (18 credits)
This core area includes the following areas of administration: MADS 6600 - Theory & Practice of Administration (formerly called Theory & Practice of Management), MADS 6602 ?Personnel Administration, MADS 6603 ?Law & Administrative Practice, MADS 6604 - Ethics & Public Values, MADS 6606 ?Administrative Leadership in Complex Organizations (formerly called Managerial Leadership in Complex Organizations), MADS 6607 - Collective Bargaining & Contract Administration, MADS 6608 - Organizational Communication & Conflict Resolution (formerly called Organizational Communication & Conflict Management), MADS 6611 - Special Topics, MADS 6613 - Marketing of Public & Not-for-Profit Organizations (formerly called Marketing for Public & Nonprofit Organizations), MADS 6616 - Grant Writing & Administration, MADS 6617 - Emergency Management & Safety Administration, MADS 6618 - Leadership Plus, MADS 6619 - Politics & Policy of Entrepreneurial Government - replacement for MADS 6611 Special Topics course: Current Issues in Public Mgmt. ONLY, MADS 6621 - Development of Governmental & Administrative Theories, MADS 6622 ?Community Development, and MADS 6624 - Urban Politics.
ANALYTICAL DECISION MAKING (9 credits)
This core area includes course work in: MADS 6601?Financial Administration (formerly called Financial Management), MADS 6605 - Principles of Information Systems (formerly called Principles of Management Information Systems), MADS 6609 - Productivity & Human Performance, MADS 6610 - Organizational Decision Making, MADS 6611 - Special Topics, MADS 6620 ?Human Resource Systems: Approaches & Techniques for the Modern Workplace, MADS 6623 ?City & Regional Planning, and MADS 6625 ?Financing Community Development.
CAPSTONE SEMINAR (3 credits)
MADS 6612 - Seminar in Strategic Management/Public and Not-for-Profit Sectors
Program Locations: Atlantic County Utilities Authority (Egg Harbor Twp.), Bergen County Law & Public Safety Institute (Mahwah), Bergen County Division of Community Development (Hackensack), Cape May Department of Public Safety Training Center (Cape May), Essex County Technical Career Center (Newark), Gloucester County College Police Academy (Sewell), Hackensack Meadowlands Development Commission (Lyndhurst), Jersey City Fire Department (Jersey City), Morris County Firefighters and Police Training Academy (Parsippany), New Jersey National Guard (Cape May, Fort Dix & Sea Girt), Monmouth County Police Academy (Freehold), New Jersey Training and Conference Center (Trenton), New Jersey State Police Division Headquarters (West Trenton), Northern State Prison (Newark), Ocean County Police Academy (Lakewood), Passaic County Police Academy (Wayne), Passaic Police Department, (Passaic) The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey (Fort Lee), Port Authority of New York & New Jersey ?Technical Center (Jersey City), Raritan Valley Community College (Somerville), Southwoods State Prison (Bridgeton) and Watchung Hills High School, (Somerset), Classes are held 6:15-9:30 PM, one night per week on a Mon.-Wed., Mon.-Thurs. or Tues.-Thurs. schedule depending on the location. Saturday classes are 8:30 AM-4:30 PM. Class Time for Essex County Technical Center (Newark) ?5:30 PM to 8:45 PM
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MADS 6600 Theory and Practice of Administration 3 credits (Formerly called Theory and Practice of Management)
Introduction to issues of administration of public and not-for-profit organizations. Cases are used to analyze the relation of theory to practice and to illustrate the direct practical relevance of theoretical models to administrative action.
Note: This course is waived for graduates of the NJ Certified Public Manager Program (CPM).
MADS 6601 Financial Administration 3 credits
(Formerly called Financial Management)
Analysis of the concepts and principles used in the financial administration of the public and not-for-profit sector. This includes the key elements of accounting, budgeting, planning and control, auditing, and their integration into a comprehensive administrative control system, including issues of systems design and implementation.
MADS 6602 Personnel Administration 3 credits
This course provides an overview of personnel administration, focusing on a unified human resources administration program, including the integration of human resources planning, job analysis, employee selection, training, performance evaluation and compensation administration.
Note: This course is waived for graduates of the NJ Certified Public Manager Program (CPM).
MADS 6603 Law and Administrative Practice 3 credits
Exploration and analysis of the function of law in a democratic society. Emphasis is placed on understanding the law as a legal and moral force guiding and constraining public decision-making and action.
MADS 6604 Ethics and Public Value 3 credits
This course focuses on the ethical dimensions of the personal and professional judgments of public sector administrators. Cases are used to examine the ethos of public service organizations and the moral foundation of public policy.
MADS 6605 Principles of Information Systems 3 credits
(Formerly called Principles of Management Information Systems)
This course provides an overview of the role of information systems in the administration of public and not-for-profit organizations by presenting an integrated view of administration, information and systems concepts into a unified framework. Topics include information systems development, design implementation and evaluation strategies.
MADS 6606 Administrative Leadership in Complex Organizations
3 credits (Formerly called Managerial Leadership in Complex Organizations)
Analysis of leadership behavior and administrative activities. Examination of major theories of leadership and motivation, including trait, behavioral, situational and power-influence leadership theories and acognitive and cognitive motivational principles for various levels of the formal organization.
Note:This course is waived for graduates of the NJ State Association of Chiefs of Police West Pont Command & Leadership Program.
MADS 6607 Collective Bargaining and Contract Administration
Analysis of federal and state employee relations laws and regulation. Topics include the bargaining environment, contract negotiations, wage and benefit issues in arbitration, grievance arbitration, and employee relation in non-union organizations.
MADS 6608 Organizational Communication & Conflict Resolution
3 credits (Formerly called Organizational Communication & Conflict Management)
Theories and models of communications and communications media; barriers to effective communication and techniques for improving interpersonal, group and organizational communications. Sources of conflict at the individual, group and organizational levels; methods of conflict resolution.
MADS 6609 Productivity and Human Performance 3 credits
Definitions and measurement of individual, team and organizational productivity, effectiveness and efficiency. Models for the analysis of organizational and individual productivity and productivity growth. Techniques for improving productivity.
MADS 6610 Organizational Decision Making 3 credits
Examination of processes in organizational decision making; the state of theory; research and applications for the practicing administrator. Topics include administrative style and decision making, problem discovery and diagnosis, the search for solutions, evaluation and choice, group decision-making, decision aids and support systems and risk analysis.
Special Topics**Qualifies for Administrative or Analytic Competence
Contemporary issues in administrative sciences; specific course topics will vary; may be repeated once for credit. Examples include customer service for public & non-profit organizations, professional development seminar, entrepreneurial public and not-for-profit organizations, administration organizational changes, public policy issues and analyses etc.
MADS 6611 Special Topics: Entrepreneurship in Leisure Services
This course looks at new and innovative approaches to providing recreational and leisure services in the inter-governmental system. An overview of the history, current structure and functions of government and not-for-profit administered leisure services are presented as well as impact of the changing socioeconomic priorities that have inspired increased efficiency and effectiveness. Other topics include collaborative initiatives, public/private partnerships, privatization and outsourcing business, profit centers, marketing and advertising and joint ventures.
MADS 6611 Special Topics: Public Presentation and Media Strategies 3 credits
This course provides the basic techniques which can be applied in a variety of situations when an individual wants to be listened to and when they need to be persuasive or convincing. This course is not about public speaking. It is about speaking in public. You will also learn how to deal with the media. The value of good media understanding and strategy can be a valuable tool in terms of free advertising for the program (s) you are managing.
MADS 6611 Special Topics: Current Issues in Park and Recreation Leadership 3 credits
This course examines the contemporary issues challenging administrators in park and recreation leadership positions. Specific course topics include: public policy, politics and special interests sources of funding, fundraising, special events, resource management, facilities planning, technology tools and interconnectivity, automated reservations systems and legal and safety issues.
MADS 6611 Special Topics: Customer Service for Public & Not-For-Profit Organizations 3 credits
Learn how to connect your organization with your customers. Train and develop your staff and customers for a shared learning environment for customer focused action. Communicate effectively through newsletters, surveys, instructor outreach meetings, videos, press conferences, seminars, internet, e-mail & telephone. Exceed expectations through quality service, gaining trust & building a loyal customer base & civil coalition for a long-term, satisfying and productive relationship.
MADS 6611 Special Topics: Managing Organizational Change
This course provides an overview of the principles of organizational change in order to develop the knowledge skills and abilities to design and/or oversee basic change efforts. Understand the change process along with the tools to conduct basic change efforts. The ability to change is essential for health individual and organizational growth and development; but change is often resisted for a variety of reasons.
MADS 6611 Special Topics: Advanced Employment Law 3 credits
This course is designed to provide an in-depth study of the essential principles and foundations of employment law for managers & human resource personnel. The course will cover theories & practical applications of contractual law as a source of employment obligations, public policy claims, exceptions to the employment-at-will concept, workplace torts, federal and state regulation of the employment relationship with emphasis on the various laws against workplace discrimination and controlling court cases, family leave, health and safety issues, wage and hour considerations, disability, and unemployment compensation. The course will be concluded with practical considerations concerning the present status of the various areas discusses.
MADS 6611 Special Topics: Environmental Response & Reporting Seminar 3 credits
This course examines the legal requirements of environment law for reporting spills, releases and non-compliance issues. An understanding of basic federal and state environmental law, the regulated community, public safety and emergency response administration will be emphasized. The air, water and hazardous waste laws as they pertain to public administration will be covered.
MADS 6611 Special Topics: Environmental Issues and Community Development 3 credits
This course provides an overview and awareness of the wide range of environmental issues that effect our community, and how they relate to today's planning process. Guest speakers, seminar discussions, reading and videos will introduce students to various environmental topics ranging from wetland development to environmental justice. This course will also provide background information relative to public policy as well as ethical issues.
MADS 6611 Special Topics: Metropolitan America: Influence of the Past and Future 3 credits
The American metropolis at the end of the century is very different than what people anticipated about 50 years ago. At mid century we envisioned a clean, rationally planned environment of the future, free of long standing problems such as traffic and poverty. The realty is so much more complex. Leaders built a metropolis that addressed some major problems, while at the same time creating new ones. The next 50 years surely will contain similar surprises. This class will take an in depth view of those key influences shaping the past and future of the American metropolis. The overwhelming impact of government policy on the American metropolis, especially those policies, which promote sub-urbanization and urban sprawl will be reviewed and analyzed. To the future, a view of the growing disparities of wealth, a suburban political majority, and a perpetual urban under class, racial integration and cultural diversity and the possible intensification of the urban crisis will be addressed.
MADS 6612 Seminar on Strategic Management / Public & Not-For-Profit Sectors 3 credits
Approaches to formulating strategies that enable public & not-for-profit organizations to adapt to changing social, technological, economic and political conditions. Strategic Management from the administratorís perspectives. Development of long-range organizational strategies. Topics include forecasting, goal setting, environmental scanning, implementation of organizational strategies and strategic management and public policy. Taken as the last or next to last course after completion of at least 24 credits.
MADS 6613 Marketing of Public and Not-For-Profit Organizations
3 credits (Formerly called Marketing of Public & Nonprofit Organizations)
Course examines marketing concepts relevant to public and non-for-profit organizations that will enable administrators to match goals, strengths and resources of an organization with the needs, wants and opportunities in the public sector.
MADS 6614 Comparative Public & Not-for-Profit Systems (Wroxton Elective) 3 credits
A global examination of alternative government and not-for-profit provider systems, public policy formulation and implementation. Organization and operational characteristics of public and not-for-profit providers in global settings are analyzed with particular reference to European systems. This seminar includes on-site visits to various institutes.
This course begins with a mandatory orientation at FDU's Teaneck/Hackensack campus. At this time we discuss course format and research paper requirements as well as books and other practical concerns of the trip. This provides an opportunity to meet your colleagues. Each student must make their own travel arrangements because several students combine vacation with this trip. The cost of this program is tuition, room & board/$943.00.
MADS 6615 Global Leadership for Public and Nonprofit Orgs. (Wroxton Elective) 3 credits
Leadership theories of European and American theoreticians as well as the methods and practices of world organization leaders in government and not-for-profit organizations are studied, compared and discussed. Presenters are drawn from Parliament, local governments and entrepreneurs who have created, innovated and implemented sweeping policy changes in the operation of government Several site visits are included. This course begins with a mandatory orientation at FDUís Edward Williams College in Hackensack.
At this time we discuss course format and research paper requirements as well as books and other practical concerns of the trip. This provides an opportunity to meet your colleagues. Each student must make their own travel arrangements because several students combine vacation with the trip. The cost for this program is tuition ($1022.00), room & board: $943.00
MADS 6616 Grant Writing and Administration 3 credits
This course provides students with an understanding of the process of writing successful grant proposals, including responding to the Request for Proposal, letter proposals, defining needs, methodology, time lines and the budget. Learn the elements of preparing a winning proposal that can secure funding for major public sector initiatives. Students will prepare and submit a full grant proposal relevant to their organization.
MADS 6617 Emergency Management & Safety Administration
Course will provide for an in-depth analysis of planning and administration for Emergency Management in the public & not-for-profit sectors; the need for emergency planning, recovering losses from FEMA & State agencies due to catastrophic events, identification and allocation of resources, incident command procedure, safety in the working environment, and Federal OSHA & State PEOSHA regulations. Students evaluate their environment and prepare a safety plan that is presented to class.
MADS 6618 Leadership Plus 3 credits
Master the best principles practiced by great leaders of past & present. Topics include: creative & innovative thinking, super conscious mental laws, the constant pursuit of professionalism, craftsman-like dedication to quality, building effective self-directed teams, creating an energized workplace, the habits of effective learning organizations, capitalizing on leverage and the art of identifying and designing a shared destiny.
MADS 6619 Politics & Policy of Entrepreneurial Government
3 credits (Replacement for MADS 6611 / Special Topics course: Current Issues in Public Management)
This course examines the changing role of county/local government in the inter-governmental system, focusing on preparing government for the challenges & opportunities of the new century. The course will begin with a brief overview of the history and current structure and functions of the county & local government in New Jersey, including the changing socio-economic & political environment. This class examines the nature of governmental leadership and decision-making, including a discussion of some major leadership and decision-making theories and models as they apply to the regional government setting. Other topics include: outsourcing, consolidation, regionalization, privatizing, competitive bidding, special interest groups, political action committees, referendum, joint venture and public/private partnerships.
MADS 6620 Human Resource Systems: Approaches & Techniques for the Modern Workplace 3 credits
New approaches and techniques in human resource systems to beyond theories and principles of personnel administration. A ďhands-on?experience, which utilizes case studies in each topic, is for students, to devise solutions, lectures and assigned readings. Recent rulings, state & federal court decisions that impact public sector organizations will be thoroughly examined.
MADS 6621 Development of Governmental & Administrative Theories 3 credits
Trace the development of governmental and administrative theories, and to extent practices, in western societies during the modern era. The British traditions of common law and trade theory, as well as the European Theoretical bases of political practice will be presented.
MADS 6622 Community Development 3 credits
The purpose of this course is to introduce the theory and practice of community development and neighborhood development strategies. Overview of basic approaches, important concepts, resources and language of the field, and major strategies for neighborhood revitalization in low-income communities.
MADS 6623 City and Regional Planning 3 credits
This course provides a history, economic and social trends (land use, suburbanization, smart growth, etc.) and provides discussions on solving ďreal problems?that face local governments in the are of planning and development.
MADS 6624 Urban Politics 3 credits
The purpose of this course is to focus on the decision making, city governing structures, machine politics and the reform movement.
MADS 6625 Financing Community Development 3 credits
The purpose of this course is to discuss the theory and practice of urban and suburban public finance with emphasis on methods used to fund public infrastructures. Topics include: fiscal impact analysis of real estate development, effects of taxes on land use decisions, benefit assessments to finance public investments, private and intergovernmental contracting methods of supplying urban public services, tax increment finance for urban redevelopment and municipal bonds.
MADS 6626 Law Enforcement Executive Leadership Seminar (Wroxton Elective) 3 credits
New and complex challenges facing the law enforcement community worldwide will be studied and discussed with top criminal justice leaders in Great Britian and the United States. Subjects include multi-jurisdictional police forces - Europol and Interpol, policing in a multi-racial society, riot and public order, leadership and community policing, forensics and crime scene investigations, combating drugs, terrorism, it's global impact and combating chemical and biological warfare.
This course begins with a mandatory orientation at FDU's Teaneck/Hackensack campus. AT this time we discuss course format and research paper requirements as well as books and other practical concerns of the trip. This provides an opportunity to meet your colleagues. Each student must make their own travel arrangements because several students combine vacation with the trip. The cost for this program is tuition($1022.00), room & board:($943.00).
MADS 6627 Women's Leadership in Today's Global World (Wroxton Elective) 3 credits
Public and not-for-profit sector administration and leadership development challeges are compared and studied as part of women's leadership seminar focusing on global networking. Presenters are cutting edge, renowed CEO's and scholars whose cutting edge accomplishments have distinguished them as leaders representing the public and not-for-profit sectors in Great Britian and the United States. Study is combined with travel and experiential learning. This course begins with a mandatory orientation at FDU's Teaneck/Hackensack campus. At this time we discuss course format and research paper requirements as well as books and other practical concerns of the trip. This provides an opportunity to meet your colleagues . Each student must make their own travel arrangements because several students combine vacation with the trip. The cost for this program is tuition($1022.00), room & board:($943.00).
MADS 6628 Building Strategic Partnerships 3 credits
Building strategic partneships is key to organizational survival and success. The course will use case studies to explore the principles, approaches and motivations behind some of the most noteworthy collaborations forged by not-for-profit leaders.
MADS 6629 Planning and Program Development 3 credits
The three most important criteria for grantmakers are a clearly stated purpose of what your organization is trying to achieve, compelling evidence that demonstrates the importance of that need, and a well-reasoned plan that outlines how your organization will meet this need in a cost effective manner. This course will explore how to turn an idea into a feasible project that merits funding. Students will learn the skills and strategies needed to access need, plan for and design programs and services that solve problems and improve the community by evaluating internal and extrenal readiness, identifying trends and organizing and managing information. Valuable online resources for grant proposal writers will be explored zeroing in on the top Internet sites for research, reference and continued learning.
MADS 6630 Development of Political and Administrative Leadership 3 credits
An analytical course which traces the evolution and development of political and administrative leadership through teh study of relevant concepts and theories and tehir application to select historical figures.
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