Online Programs

Earn Your Degree With The #1 Online Graduate Theology Program. 

Experience an online education for ministry unlike any other. Recently named the #1 online theology master's degree by TheBestSchools.org, the Neuhoff School of Ministry has fostered theological education for transformative service to equip disciples around the world since 2005. Online students experience the same comprehensive curriculum, rigorous coursework and inspiring community of learning as our onsite learners. We invite you to become a transformative witness of the power of theological education as you follow your calling to service.

University of Dallas School of Ministry

Choose From A Variety Of Online Programs:

*partially online/ partially on campus

Why Study With Us Online? 

  • Complete your program 100% online, with no residential or onsite attendance required. 
  • Experience the depth and rigor of online courses offered by an accredited, Catholic university.
  • Enjoy the same master's degree courses offered online, as are offered onsite; There is no "transcript difference" between online and onsite learning.
  • Because our online and onsite courses are identical, students can do all courses online, all courses onsite, or they may choose to do some courses online and some onsite.
  • Learn from our nationally recognized faculty who have distinguished themselves through their ministerial practice and academic careers. Lectures, discussion groups and live tutorial chats are all led by fully qualified professors. 
cross“ I could never have imagined when I began my online Master of Theological Studies that I would learn so much and grow as a person. I not only gained knowledge of our faith, but also experienced a great sense of community; UD does a wonderful job of promoting that sense of community to all students, no matter where they are in the world. ”- Angela Fruge, MTS '17

Disclosure Statement: Any student outside the state of Texas interested in our online classes and programs must read our UD Online Learning Disclosure and check with their state about authorization or licensure.

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