Lead with integrity and innovate with vision through leadership education at the Univeristy of Dallas. Learn the foundations of leadership and develop the practical skills needed to lead others to the highest levels of success and accomplishment.
The Master of Leadership and the MBA with Strategic Leadership concentration are designed to help those succeed in leading themselves and others while thriving in both work and life. Learn from the university’s nationally-renowned business leadership experts, confront knowledge gaps across the field of business, and become enlightened by the psychology and tradition of successful leadership.
Wish to deepen your understanding of business leadership? And succeed as a true innovator, decision maker and strategic thinker? The 30 credit hour Master of Leadership is designed for current executives and aspiring leaders who work across various organizations, including the private industry, public enterprise and nonprofit business sectors.
Want to dive deeper into finance, marketing and other business skills as a leader? The 42 credit hour MBA in Strategic Leadership is designed specifically for those who desire to lead with integrity while refining the necessary skills to become a truly effective global business leader empowered to achieve one’s goals.
Back in October, five University of Dallas alumni physicians held a Skype Question & Answer panel for UD undergraduates aspiring to enter health care professions. Hosted by the Biology Department, the panel provided the opportunity for current students who plan to work in health care to see how other UD graduates have used their liberal arts education to pursue such a path.+ Read More
The University of Dallas has been closely monitoring developments regarding the coronavirus (COVID-19) due to the rapid increase of cases appearing in Northern Italy.+ Read More
As a senior in high school, William Hebert, BA '23, didn't want to venture too far from his Cajun homeland of Lafayette, Louisiana. After touring six universities between Texas and Louisiana, Hebert was sold on UD, which was one of the farthest schools.+ Read More