Grow in a deeper relationship with God's word from anywhere in the world through our
Our online courses are taught by acclaimed University of Dallas faculty known for
their serious, academic, and faith-filled work. Students engage with classmates through
online discussion boards and watch relevant lectures posted by professors. Class,
which is split into three 10-week modules, opens the week of September 10 and ends
the week of May 6. Online classes are held asynchronously.
“The Scriptures were once like a bewildering, impenetrable fog to me. I didn’t understand
historical context or literary structure or thematic purpose, much less theological
and philosophical meaning. Now I have the confidence to open the Bible anywhere and
enter directly into the world of wilderness or exile, prophecy or fulfillment.”
- Martha Fitzgerald, CBS
The course fee for the academic year is $745. This payment includes a $90 technology
fee. If you register before May 31st, you will pay a discounted price of $710.
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The University of Dallas is proud to announce another year of record-breaking undergraduate enrollment of 1,471 students. Record freshmen classes within five of the last seven years have contributed to this milestone. The Class of 2022, comprised of nearly 380 students, is one of the university's largest entering classes in its more than 60-year history.
As many as 100 classical school teachers will receive scholarships this year as the University of Dallas intensifies its efforts within the classical education arena. The university also plans to bring on two new tenure-track faculty members, each devoted primarily to one of two programs in the Braniff Graduate School of Liberal Arts.
Next week kicks off the long-held junior class tradition, Charity Week -- and as the UD community gathers on Monday, Oct. 15, Catholics around the world also celebrate the feast of St. Teresa of Ávila, Virgin, Doctor of the Church. Lasting through Saturday, Oct. 20, the entire University of Dallas campus will raise funds for two nonprofits that align with the university's Catholic identity.