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India Association of North Texas Partnership

India Association of North Texas

The University of Dallas is proud to be a preferred educational partner of the India Association of North Texas (IANT). As such, its lifetime members are eligible for the following:

Graduate Business Programs

University of Dallas Grad StudentsAll students enrolled in the MBA and Master of Science (MS) programs are eligible for a special tuition rate of $1,020 per credit hour (approximately a 20 percent scholarship).

All of our graduate programs are in 12-week terms and offer rolling admissions meaning there are no admissions deadlines. As long as you submit your application two business days before the specific term start date you can begin class on the closest start date.

Program Credits Standard Tuition The IANT Partnership Tuition
MBA 30 $38,250 $30,600
MBA with Concentration 39 - 42 $49,725 - $53,550 $39,780 - $42,840
MS Accounting 33 $42,075 $33,660
MS Business Analytics 30 $38,250 $30,600
MS Cybersecurity
30 $38,250 $30,600
MS Cyber Intelligence 42 $53,550 $42,840
MS Finance
33 $42,075 $33,660
MS Financial Analytics 42 $53,550 $42,840
Fully Online Graduate Degrees
In our pursuit to accommodate working professionals,  we offer many of our graduate degrees 100% online.
MBA (30-hour)
MBA with Business Analytics Concentration
MBA with Cybersecurity Concentration
MBA with Finance Concentration
MS Cybersecurity

Although not every degree can be completed strictly online, several courses are offered in a variety of formats. To learn more about our course offerings, contact Michael Sarles at or at 972-721-5100.

Doctor of Business Administration (DBA) Program

Executives and other business professionals enroll in UD’s DBA program to further their careers in their current organizations; to enhance their knowledge, skills and credentials as consultants; or to become professors in schools of business like ours where the emphasis is on quality teaching and applied research. DBA students engage in advanced studies of leadership and management topics, learn research methods and statistics, and apply what they’ve learned in an applied research project that increases understanding of organizational processes and addresses contemporary business challenges. The DBA program is designed for working business professionals to be able to complete a doctoral-level degree in three years. Learn more.

Featured Faculty Member

Mike Magusiak, former President and Chief Executive Officer of CEC Entertainment, Inc., parent of Chuck. E. Cheese.

Learn more about Mike.

University of Dallas Executive Education

The Executive Education Center will work with Bank of America and its employees to provide customized continuing education. Professional development programs include certification preparation classes in the fields of finance, human resource management, cybersecurity, treasury, and project management.

Certification Preparation Classes: Certified Financial Planner (CFP), Certified Treasury Professional (CTP), Certified Information Security Professional (CISSP),  Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM), Project Management Professional (PMP), Associate Professional in HR (aPHR), and Professional or Senior Professional in HR (PHR & SPHR).

Eligibility Requirements

If you have a U.S. bachelor’s degree in any field (or the foreign equivalent), you may be eligible for admission to one of our graduate business programs. The minimum admissions requirements are:

  • U.S. bachelor's degree from a regionally accredited college or university (or comparable foreign degree)
  • A minimum 3.0 GPA in any graduate level coursework completed
  • Good academic standing with all colleges attended
  • No GMAT required

Individuals must apply to the University of Dallas through the normal application process and will be evaluated according to the same admission standards as all other applicants.

See our calendar for a list of start dates.

Questions about starting your application?

Michael Sarles

Michael Sarles

Assistant Director of Graduate Admissions