Last Chance To Register For FDU Degree Completion Program At E-Source Place

esourceFairleigh Dickinson University offers a BAIS degree completion program.Students seeking admission to the program must have successfully completed one year of post-secondary Yeshiva studies in a recognized Yeshiva Program and must submit a transcript of their studies. The University will be able to transfer up to 90 credits total.  The Yeshiva students must submit an official transcript from their Yeshivas. The transcript should indicate the courses taken, grades, and the number of credits earned. These students are given as many as 72 credits for their training toward the 120 credits Bachelor of Arts in Individual Studies (BAIS) degree. The additional 18 credits may be from other colleges or universities, from standardized tests such as CLEP, or from other sources recognized for college credit, such as CPR or EMT training.

The University requires that a minimum of 30 credits be taken at FDU to qualify for the degree above. Students are offered a range of courses generally in business. Those students with a minimum of six business courses have their transcript indicate a business specialty.

There are a number of required courses. Students must take the University CORE course  Global Challenge (or Global Issues) either online or in person.  The BAIS Checklist indicates all requirements. Students may register at E-Source this Wednesday, January 20th. For more info, call E-Source at 732-987-3958.

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  1. In most cases that is true, yes. It’s been a takkanah of the yeshiva since its inception. In certain cases a talmid can be granted an exception by speaking to one of the Roshei Yeshiva. Exceptions are ocassionally granted depending upon individual circumstance, but only for distance learning, PCS sponsored programs, at the like, never for on campus, traditional college programs.

  2. Does anyone know of any alumni of this program who used it to get a job?
    I want to know if anyone is machshiv this degree even though it’s full of yeshiva credits.

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