Diocese of Dodge City Partnership

Diocese of Dodge CityThe University of Dallas is proud to be an educational partner of the Catholic Diocese of Dodge City.

As such, its members are eligible for the following:

Graduate Ministry Programs

Dodge City Diocese members may benefit from an educational partnership tuition rate of $575 per credit hour on any one of the following graduate programs: 

University of Dallas Neuhoff School of Ministry

Graduate ministry programs at the University of Dallas Neuhoff School of Ministry prepare students for transformative service in a wide range of ministerial settings. Each program taught by our nationally recognized faculty is comprised of 37 credit hours and can be completed entirely online, onsite or in both formats. 

University of Dallas Events, Workshops, Conferences and Intellectual Pilgrimages

Christifideles Certification Seattle

"The harvest is abundant... so ask the master of the harvest to send out laborers for his harvest."    - Mt. 9:37-38

Dodge City diocese members are welcome to join the Neuhoff School of Ministry for several of its annual events including, but not limited to the following: 

Frequently Asked Questions:

How much does it cost?

Members of the Catholic Diocese of Dodge City receive an educational partner tuition rate of $575 per credit hour. 

Which graduate program is right for me?

Each graduate program offered by the University of Dallas Neuhoff School of Ministry will prepare you to make a transformative impact in the milieu in which the Lord is calling you to serve. Our three masters degrees are united by a core curriculum for a broad and deep theological foundation. Complementing this core curriculum, each degree is distinguished by a series of elective and program-specific courses which allow for the practical application of theological knowledge to specific ministerial roles and settings. 

A master's degree in catechetical ministry prepares you to teach the faith, focusing on the principles of religious education.

A master's degree in pastoral ministry prepares you to serve the diverse pastoral needs of the church, as a campus minister, youth minister, church manager or healthcare minister.

A master's degree in theological studies enables you to grow spiritually through rigorous and critical study of Sacred Scripture and church teaching. 

We're happy to guide you through the process of selecting the right program for you. Contact the University of Dallas Neuhoff School of Ministry for more information.

How do I apply?

Prospective students should submit an application online for their graduate program of interest before the start of the fall, spring or summer semester, according to the University of Dallas academic calendar deadlines. Rolling admissions.

Does my tuition discount apply to other programs at the University of Dallas?

Dodge City Diocese members are also eligible for special tuition rates on graduate programs in business and liberal arts including, but not limited to, the MBA, Catholic teacher certificate, classical education graduate program and Master of Psychology. Please inquire to find out more. 


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