The University of Dallas is proud to be a preferred educational partner of the Microsoft corporation. As such, its employees, spouses and dependents are eligible for the following:
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 Microsoft Corporation Partnership Tuition|
|MBA with Concentration||39 - 42 *||$48,750 - $52,500 *||$39,000 - $42,000 *|
|MS Business Analytics||30||$37,500||$30,000|
|MS Cyber Intelligence||42||$52,500||$42,000|
|MS Financial Analytics||42||$52,500||$42,000|
|MS Technology Management
|MiniMasters||3 - 9 *||$3,750 - $11,250 *||$3,000 - $9,000 *|
In our pursuit to accommodate working professionals, we offer many of our graduate degrees 100 percent online. These include:
MBA with Cybersecurity Concentration
MBA with Finance Concentration
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 email@example.com or at 972-721-5100.
The Executive Education Center will work with Microsoft and its employees to provide customized continuing education at a reduced rate. Professional development programs include Certified Financial Planner (CFP), Certified Treasury Professional (CTP), Certified Information Security Professional (CISSP) and HR Manager (PHR & SPHR).
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:
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. To begin receiving benefits applicants should notify the Human Resources Department at Microsoft as soon as possible after they have been admitted to the university.