MBA Pharmaceutical Management Specialization
The MBA in Pharmaceutical Management Program at Fairleigh Dickinson excels in integrating academic rigor with real-world experience. Join hundreds of working professionals in the pharmaceutical and life sciences industries currently enrolled at FDU. By continually building a cohesive “learning culture” with industry, the Pharmaceutical Management MBA provides a curriculum of direct relevance to market realities.
Currently enrolled students represent more than 40 leading pharmaceutical companies. Classes are held on weeknights and Saturdays at FDU’s Teaneck and Madison campuses. By attending classes conveniently located to work and/or home, students graduate with a fully accredited MBA degree with specialized courses in pharmaceutical management.
Join a diverse student body ranging from entry level to the executive suite, from production, research, finance and accounting to sales and marketing. Network with colleagues whose educational backgrounds vary from undergraduate majors in liberal arts, science, engineering and business to earned masters and doctoral degrees. Advance your career at FDU.
All students enrolled in the MBA program must complete the MBA Core Curriculum in addition to their specialization requirements listed below.
If you need assistance in determining the admissions status appropriate for you (e.g., matriculant, non-matriculant, non-degree or auditor), please refer to the Graduate Admissions Status page or call the Graduate Admissions Office at the appropriate campus
Applicants are responsible for submitting official transcripts from all post-secondary schools attended. Note: An official transcript is one which has been signed by the registrar, carries the school seal and has been sent directly from the school to the Graduate Admissions Office. All credentials become the property of the University and cannot be returned to the applicant. Foreign educational credentials must be submitted with a certified English translation and may require evaluation by a University approved agency.
Graduate Entrance Examinations
Required entrance examinations should be taken far enough in advance of your anticipated enrollment date so that the scores can be received and evaluated prior to the beginning of the semester. You may consult the Graduate Studies Bulletin to determine which tests are required for your intended program of study. Information on the various examination programs can be obtained from the Graduate Admissions Office (GRE, GMAT, TOEFL), the School of Education (PRAXIS), and the Center for Psychological Services (MAT) or by calling, faxing or writing the appropriate testing service.