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Vancouver Campus
Fairleigh Dickinson University - Vancouver
842 Cambie Street
Vancouver, British Columbia   V6B 2P6
Canada

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Conveniently located in a state of the art facility downtown, FDU - Vancouver offers bachelor degree studies for students who seek careers in today’s competitive international marketplace. Its programs also provide an excellent foundation for students wishing to pursue a master’s degree following graduation. Classes follow a three semester calendar to enable students to accelerate their studies and earn their bachelor degree in just three years by attending classes year round.

Founded in 1942, FDU is New Jersey's largest private university, serving nearly 12,000 graduate and undergraduate students, including more than 1,000 international students from around the world. The University's two US campuses are in northern New Jersey, near New York City. In addition to FDU - Vancouver, the University owns and operates a campus in Wroxton, England.
Areas of Expertise
The FDU - Vancouver degree programs in Business Management is a part of the Silberman College of Business. Our program focuses on international business and our graduates are ethical decision makers who are ready to assume positions in global and multicultural businesses. They are technologically competent and knowledgeable in the various business disciplines.

The Information Technology program is a part of the Gildart Hass School of Computer Science and Engineering. The overarching goal of the program is to prepare students as “information technologists” and professionals who can assist general users, including individuals and organizations, in evaluating needs and solving problems related to information technology (IT), as well as in applying IT effectively in a global work environment driven by rapidly changing technology.

The Bachelor of Arts program is a part of Petrocelli College and provides students with a unique opportunity to complete their degree in liberal arts combined with career related specializations in Business, Communications, Applied Technology and Hospitality and Tourism Management. Students may choose to pursue a single area of study in depth or design a program of study by combining liberal arts courses with career related concentrations. The Bachelor of Arts program, which is 120 credit hour program, will provide greater flexibility for transfer credits (up to 90 credits) to students with previous coursework.

The Master of Administrative Science (MAS) is offered through Petrocelli College. The MAS is a 30-credit degree structured to meet the career development needs of learners working in administrative and professional positions in the private sector, government agencies and not-for-profit organizations. It's primary purpose is to enhance the adminstrative and leadership skills of graduates while developing managerial effectiveness. The program combines cognitive and interactive ways of learning through specializations in Human Resources Administration, Global Technology Administration, Computer Security and Forensic Administration, Global Health and Human Services Administration, Emergency Services Management and Global Leadership & Admininstration.

Fairleigh Dickinson University’s Pre-University Program focuses on helping international students overcome these obstacles. International students who meet the University’s admission standards, but who require additional training in academic English and learning skills, will be placed in the Pre-University Program. This positive and supportive learning environment prepares them for academic success upon entry to the degree program of their choice, in Business Management, Information Technology or the Arts program. The Pre-University program also allows caters to Graduate students who meet admission requirements to the Master of Administrative Science program, but require additional training in academic English skills.

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