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Online Options

Boost your marketability with online training.

University of Dallas Executive Education has partnered with United Training to offer a large portfolio of online classes at any experience level. These classes are hands-on and use Online LIVE. Students can interact in real time with the instructor. All instructors are experts in their fields. To view our offerings, click here. For more information or assistance, contact Kathy Whitgrove at 972-721-5298 or

Class Structures

Classes are offered in two learning formats: traditional, instructor-led classes and virtual instructor-led classes. The virtual classes are called “Virtual Instructor-Led Training” (vILT). A virtual instructor-led class is a hands-on training experience with a live instructor. All students use a headset, and can freely participate in discussions with the instructor or with other students by voice or through the text-chat window using our collaborative eLearning platform. You will be provided with the courseware and other materials for the class. Within the class, you will be able to:

  • See the instructor’s lecture slides, ask questions, and provide feedback.
  • Work on virtual labs just like a traditional instructor-led classes. You will connect into a lab, not a simulation, and
  • Work in a live environment.
  • Hear your instructor and communicate with other students throughout the class.
  • Attend the class from your office, or from a United Training location.

How to get started

Visit our Registration Portal for more information. From our Registration Portal page you can use the Course Search option to view our extensive offerings.

Registration Process

Find your course, choose the schedule you wish to attend. Click the Enroll link on any course to be brought to our Preregistration Form. Fill out the form, and the University of Dallas will contact you with details on payment options and how to pay for the course. If you need help, contact Kathy Whitgrove at 972-721-5298 or


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