Lab space. Technology. Research support. Professorship.
These are just a few of the needs one might find within each college or school. The colleges and schools of University of Dallas each have their own goals and objectives that help them carry out UD's mission and vision.
The Braniff Graduate School of Liberal Arts has an extraordinary high placement rate for its graduates. Dr. David Sweet, dean and Institute of Philosophic Studies director, attributes much of the reason for this success to the three disciplines’ (literature, philosophy, and politics) sharing a core curriculum.
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A wide array of majors and concentrations are offered through the Constantin College of Liberal Arts. The requirement of a comprehensive senior project suited to the major, and emphasis on research and internships, augment the framework of the core and major and provide an extraordinary preparation for leadership in whatever field of endeavor the student chooses.
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The College of Business is a professional school whose primary purpose is to prepare its students to become competent and responsible managers who are also principled and moral leaders.
The mission of the College's undergraduate programs is to build a foundation fo the student's life-long development of hte intellectual, moral and professional capacity necessary to lead profit and not-for-profit organizations effectively.
The Graduate School of Management (GSM) is a professional school that strives to endow its graduates with the skills and practical wisdom essential to the successful practice of management.
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The School of Ministry is a graduate school of theological studies and pastoral ministry within the University of Dallas, an accredited, Roman Catholic university.
The School of Ministry meets the educational needs of the Church through five strategic areas of focus: its flagship master's degree programs; the Catholic Biblical School; adult continuing education programs, including deacon formation programs and adult faith formation programs at the parish level; an annual ministry conference; and a unique Rome Study Abroad program.
The School of Ministry offers five master's degree programs: theological studies, Catholic school leadership, Catholic school teaching, religious education and pastoral ministry. The Master of Pastoral Ministry degree program offers seven concentrations: church management, campus ministry, family ministry, healthcare ministries, Hispanic ministry, pastoral life and administration, and youth ministry.
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