Fairleigh Dickinson College at Florham prides itself in being a “leader in global education." The University is able to maintain this mantra by promoting its international campuses in Vancouver and England. Florham also offers a specialized five-year master's program for students to receive their teaching degree. Many of the courses offered at Fairleigh are designed to introduce students to new cultures and broaden their horizons. Florham even requires students to finish four courses listed as core curriculum, with a focus solely on other cultures. Many of the professors try to help their students as much as they can, staying after classes and meeting outside of their office hours. Students are able to develop relationships with some of their professors, especially those in their designated major or majors.
There are two colleges at Fairleigh Dickinson, and the business college, Silberman, does everything to help with classes and scheduling. They have the students entire four years already set for them. For the liberal arts college, Becton, things are not as easy. The incoming freshman class receives some help at orientation, but the classes they choose and the course load are completely up to their own discretion, without much help. Students are able to meet with their advisers; however, many times, the advisers simply tell the students which classes they will need over the course of their study.