Whether building a company or working as a business professional, this 30-credit-hour program prepares students to advance their careers by developing the skills necessary to excel in a corporate environment. At the University of Dallas students gain practical, experience-based knowledge taught by professors who work or consult in their subject field. From day one, you will be able to put into practice what you take out of the classroom.
With 85 percent of our students working as full-time professionals, convenient online and on campus courses paired with experience-based education are key elements of our program. Students will be taught to take what they learn in the classroom today, and apply it in the workplace tomorrow. This program can be completed entirely online, or at our campus in Irving. Students who complete this degree experience greater opportunities for employment, promotions and income in a wide range of industries. This program may be completed 100% online.
University of Dallas alums who have received their MBA have traveled the world working in hundreds of different industries. Here are some of the job titles afforded to actual graduates of the University of Dallas MBA program:
There are numerous reasons to go back to school and get your MBA beyond the monetary benefits. These benefits will vary from person to person, and some will get more out of it than others.
We spoke to some of our MBA graduates and here are the top reasons they pursued their MBA:
It is so simple to apply to the University of Dallas. We emphasize experience as well as academic record in the application review process, and if you have a solid business background a GMAT or GRE score is not required. Our counselors can take you through the application process step-by-step and guide you on your path toward career advancement. We encourage you to give them a call today:
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For the UD community, the beginning of the spring semester also means that another significant event is on the near horizon: Groundhog 2018. It's the 55th Groundhog celebration at UD, and this year, we think, might just be the best one yet. From refreshers on the standard information to some exciting new additions we're trying out this year, here's what you need to know about the night the Groundhog will dance with the promise of spring.+ Read More
After spending nearly a decade in the banking industry, Sister Josephine (Toni) Garrett, C.S.F.N., BA '03, began searching for ways to build upon her Catholic faith, and on Monday, Jan. 15, 2018, she fostered a discussion on discipleship and discernment as she delivered the university's annual Martin Luther King Day Symposium lecture titled "I've Been to the Mountaintop: Reflections on a Spirituality of Nonviolence and Inclusion."+ Read More
The University of Dallas is honored to bring together three of the most prominent voices in Catholic journalism in the United States for the 2018 Eugene McDermott Lectureship titled "The Papacy in the 21st Century: Where Are We, and Where Are We Going?" Ross Douthat (New York Times) and Austen Ivereigh (Crux), with John Allen Jr. (Crux) serving as moderator, will examine the modern papacy, situating Pope Francis' pontificate in the context of recent papal history, the broader Catholic tradition and the future of Catholicism.+ Read More