Catholic Biblical School Online

Grow in a deeper relationship with God's word from anywhere in the world through our online program.

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. 

Watch a sample online lecture.

“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 ‘13

Wondering what an lecture in an online Catholic Biblical School class is like? Watch this video to see exactly what our online students see each week. 

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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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2018 Galbraith Lecture Explores 'Dante and Liturgical Time'

As we age, most of us ask ourselves, where has the time gone? Borrowing text from UD's Core curriculum, this spring semester's Galbraith Lecture will explore the difference between our own perception of time, and how the philosopher-poet Dante Alighieri viewed mankind's immortal clock, steeped in Scripture and in life.

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UD Presents: 'Dwelling: Paintings by Peter Ligon and Layla Luna'

The Beatrice M. Haggerty Gallery is pleased to announce an upcoming exhibition featuring two Dallas/Fort Worth area artists, Peter Ligon and Layla Luna, who articulate the architectural styling of dwelling spaces in their paintings. Both artists will give presentations at an opening reception on Friday, March 23, at 5:30 p.m. in the Haggar Art History Auditorium located in the Haggerty Art Village on the University of Dallas’ Irving campus.

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Politics Major Empowers Youth, Shares Story Through Theater

Although she herself is not able to vote, Liz Magallanes, BA '18, works to make voting possible for other people. She first got involved with the organization Mi Familia Vota in 2014 and has been contributing to their endeavors ever since, including working with high school students in Dallas ISD. Additionally, she recently had a role in the play "Deferred Action."

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