The Braniff Graduate School of Liberal Arts welcomes educators to enroll in any of its degree programs, whether as regular or as special students. Recognizing that educators are a vital force in maintaining the strength of our nation, and knowing that a graduate education can be cost-prohibitive for many, the University of Dallas wishes to make participation in its degree programs more affordable by enrolling full-time teachers and administrators in our Educators Cohort. As members of this cohort, educators will receive a special tuition rate of $480 per credit hour with NO fees.
For other forms of financial aid, that is to say, loans, please consult the Financial Aid page.
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Teachers are welcome in any of our graduate programs, but several have been designed with teachers in mind. Two of them are interdisciplinary, the American Studies and the Humanities programs. A third, the Master's program in English, tends to range beyond the confines of English literature itself and to include the study of works drawn from the entire Western literary tradition. These programs attempt to schedule many of their course offerings at times when teachers can participate in them, that is, in the later afternoons and evenings and in one of the University's two summer sessions.
The Dallas Institute for Humanities and Culture
For teachers who are interested in pursuing one of these degrees, the University is very fortunate to have the support of the Dallas Institute for Humanities and Culture.
Advanced Placement Summer Institutes
The university also hosts Advanced Placement Summer Institutes in several subjects for teachers who are planning to offer an AP course during the regular school year.
Here are lists of recent and future graduate courses in the departments of the humanities:
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