University of Dallas The University of Dallas is a co-educational, Catholic university founded in 1956. Our students are enrolled in undergraduate, graduate and continuing education programs through the Constantin College of Liberal Arts, the College of Business, the Braniff Graduate School of Liberal Arts, the School of Ministry and the Center for Professional Development. The University of Dallas has its main campus in Irving, Texas, an international campus near Rome, Italy, and a learning center in Frisco, Texas. The main campus, in Irving, is only minutes from downtown Dallas in a city of 200,000 residents. The campus is an oasis of nature in the center of the Metroplex, on 225 rolling acres that overlook both the Las Colinas Urban Center and the skyscrapers of Dallas. The University of Dallas is about 10 miles from the Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport. The Learning Center in Frisco is conveniently located near the intersection of Texas State Highway 121 and the Dallas North Tollway.
The College of Business at the University of Dallas
“The Capstone Course allowed me to manage a project, delegate responsibilities and gave me the confidence to work with any client. I couldn’t have gotten that experience anywhere but UD.” — Sheetal Pattani, MBA ‘06
In 1966, the Graduate School of Management was established, offering one of the nation’s first part-time MBA programs for working professionals. Today, the program has expanded to the College of Business which includes undergraduate, graduate and continuing education options.
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Top-notch Academic Programs From our rigorous Undergraduate programs to the MBA and MS, our academics focus not only on the theoretical and ethical components of business, but also on the practical application of business knowledge. Our faculty, trained by their experiences in the boardrooms and offices of major global corporations, come to students with insight and well-honed business skills. Our programs and concentrations reflect both traditional and emerging business demands.
Rolling admissions and flexible class schedules help you reach your better life sooner. To put it simply, we enable our students to fulfill their professional aspirations by giving them essential tools of business - applicable knowledge and real-world experience - at the level of quality and relevance that they need to succeed in today’s and tomorrow’s global marketplace.
“The formula I use for creating an attitude that wins in the workplace comes directly from the kind of real-life learning that’s at the heart of every College of Business program
At the University of Dallas, you can select from a variety of programs designed to meet your professional goals. As one of the nation’s first business schools to offer a program designed for working professionals, the College of Business offers a variety of class options to fit your schedule.
With three trimesters per year (fall, spring and summer), you can take classes year-round to complete your degree faster.
Weekend, Evening and Intensive Formats
— Ed Trachier,
With most classes meeting only once a week, MBA, Master of Science and Graduate Certificate students can choose from evening and weekend class times. Some classes are also offered in
an intensive, accelerated format. The Early Career MBA program classes are held on evenings and on weekends to allow students time to build their professional work experience during the work day.
On Campus or Online Option
Classes are offered at our main campus in Irving, Texas, but we also offer many concentrations entirely online for the convenience of our students who travel frequently or live outside of the Dallas-Fort Worth area. You can even combine online and on-campus courses to complete your degree.
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In our unique undergraduate program, students are intellectually grounded in history, literature, science, math, philosophy and theology through the University Core Curriculum. These lessons are applied then in the context of contemporary business. Our students explore ethics, morality and visions of business that are critical for success in today’s professional environments. Unlike the offerings in the College of Business at the graduate level, the undergraduate program is a traditional academic year, daytime program housed at our main campus in Irving with an option to study at our campus in Rome. Visit udallas.edu/admiss to learn more about our undergraduate offerings.
mentorship I’ve received from the excellent professors at UD has enabled me to work more efficiently, so I can spend more time doing the things that matter.” — Sonia Kirkpatrick, MBA ’11
Continuing Education Programs Pre-MBA
The Pre-MBA Program is a non-credit professional business development program designed to prepare students to pursue an MBA degree. The program provides a basic understanding of business concepts and practices that are an essential part of the standard business curriculum for most MBA programs in the United States. Visit udallas.edu/premba for more information.
Catalyst is an accelerated night and weekend non-credit program designed for working professionals who want to pursue an MBA, but do not have a strong business background or who have been away from school for an extended period of time. Visit udallas.edu/catalyst for more information.
The Center for Professional Development
Housed at our Learning Center in Frisco, Texas, the Center for Professional Development offers non-credit and continuing education credit options in a wide variety of fields including HR, Project Management and Financial Advising. Visit udallas.edu/cpd to learn more about CPD.
Graduate Programs At the University of Dallas Graduate School of Management, our schedule is designed to work around our students’ busy professional and personal lives. With online evening, weekend and accelerated intensive courses in our professional MBA and MS programs and a cohort style in the Early Career MBA, we offer our students convenience and flexibility to get the MBA they want with the practical experience they need.
Designed to equip graduates with an MBA degree built on a strong foundation in key business concepts, while providing a Master of Science degree focused on a technical or skill area concentration. Visit udallas.edu/gsmdual to learn more.
Early Career MBA
“I researched all the
The Early Career MBA is a unique program designed for talented people early in their careers which builds professional experience as well as academic experience. Visit udallas.edu/earlymba to learn more.
MBA programs in the area and realized the program at UD was the best fit for my schedule,
Complete your MBA
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future.” — Deritte Fernandez,
A general management degree covering both the functional areas of business (marketing, finance, human resources, etc.) and the critical knowledge and skills required of managers in such areas as leadership, communication and analysis. Visit udallas.edu/gsmmba to learn more.
Designed for students who seek specialized in-depth knowledge in a specific field, the Master of Science is currently offered in Accounting, Information Assurance, and Information Technology. Visit udallas.edu/gsmms to learn more.
MBA or MS Bridge
A track for those with a three-year undergraduate degree from countries such as India, Nepal, Canada and Australia, that allows students to enter directly into an MBA program. Visit udallas.edu/mbabridge to learn more.
Accelerated MBA for Experienced Professionals
The Accelerated MBA track is an option for those with more than six years of professional, managerial or executive experience. It is a self-paced track that can be completed in 15 months or less. Visit udallas.edu/ epmba to learn more.
Graduate Certificate Program
With many concentration offerings, this is an option for students who want to increase their business knowledge in a specific area without completing a graduate degree. Visit udallas.edu/gsmcert to learn more.
Campus Life Diversity
The University of Dallas has a rich and diverse campus life. You will be surrounded by students of all cultures, faiths, and ethnicities. 20% of our student body is international students. We generally have students from about 50 countries taking classes at the Graduate School of Management. We have more than 15,000 alumni in 50 states and more than 90 countries.
When I set out to get my MBA, choice and flexibility were as important as knowledge – the program had to fit my needs.” — Gail Warrior, MBA ‘99
Your degree is only the beginning. The University of Dallas Office of Career Services offers tools and resources to help you work towards your professional goals.
Earn a quality degree. It’s accessible and affordable at The University of Dallas College of Business. Whether you are looking for an internship, searching for your first job or ready to make a career change, the University of Dallas Office of Career Services has great tools to help you in your job search. Visit udallas.edu/careers to learn more.
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