We’re thrilled that you’re interested in pursuing one of our graduate business programs here at the Satish & Yasmin Gupta College of Business. If you would like to apply for admission, request information, attend an information session, or contact an admission counselor, please choose from the menu to the right.
Admission to our graduate business education programs is conducted on a rolling basis and considers both your previous academic performance and your work experience. GMAT scores are not required for admission, although you are welcome to submit them for consideration.
To be considered for admission, please submit:
International students seeking admission to the College must submit:
Students interested in studying business management as an undergraduate major should apply through the University of Dallas’ Undergraduate Admissions office.
Students interested in our Professional Development programs should contact the Office of Professional Development.
Doctor of Business Administration (DBA)
Master of Business Administration (MBA)
Master of Science Programs
Graduate Certificates and Professional Development
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