School of Ministry

Theological Education for Transformative Service

The School of Ministry offers a variety of practice-oriented programs of theological studies and pastoral ministry including graduate and undergraduate degrees, certificates and continuing education. Apply today.

Deepen Your Faith. Expand Your Mind. Learn to Lead.

The School of Ministry undergraduate pastoral ministry major combines a passionate commitment to developing effective leaders focused on serving Christ and His church with a deep dedication to the broad educational vision of the liberal arts.

Practice-Oriented Programs of Theological Studies and Pastoral Ministry for Everyone

Explore your faith in depth through a four-year program of intensive Bible study. Enrich your knowledge of Scripture and Catholic theology, history and canon law through our Adult Faith Formation program. Expand your understanding by attending graduate-level courses through our Community Education Program. Grow your faith and engage in fellowship through our continuing education programs.

Graduate Degree Programs Immersed in the Catholic Theological Tradition

Graduate Degree Programs Immersed in the Catholic Theological Tradition If you have a passion for ministry and feel the call to discipleship, our Master of Theological Studies, Master of Pastoral Ministry and Master of Catechetical Ministry programs can help you become more effective in your ministry while developing a deeper appreciation for Catholic tradition.

The University of Dallas School of Ministry offers programs for everyone wishing to enrich their faith, develop their effectiveness as pastoral leaders and engage in transformative service to the Catholic Church, their communities and the world.

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Fall 2018 Northern Italy Trip

The Fall Romers left for their last group trip of the semester on Wednesday, November 7. The group traveled to visit Florence, Venice and Assisi. Some of the highlights of the trip include visits to the Doges' Palace and San Marco in Venice and the Uffizi, Accademia and Duomo in Florence.

Fall 2018 Greece Trip and Fall Break

The Fall 2018 Rome class headed off for their 10-day trip to Greece on Friday, September 28. The Greece Trip is one of the highlights of the Rome Semester as students travel to some of the greatest cities and the richest sites of the ancient world. Following the Greece Trip students set out to explore the rest of Europe on their own during their fall break.

Longtime Catechist, Mother of Two Receives Ministry Scholarship

This past year, as Edna Ramos prepared to send one son off to college and the other into his freshman year of high school, she knew that one chapter of her life was coming to a close. She needed to determine what the next phase would hold, what meaningful work she could undertake.

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