The programs in the Satish & Yasmin Gupta College of Business are accredited by AACSB International, the highest standard of business education, and incorporate practical and experiential learning taught by instructors with decades of real-world, relevant business experience.
Grounded in a foundation in liberal arts, the undergraduate business programs at the
University of Dallas prepare students to become both better leaders and lifelong learners,
with an emphasis on critical thinking that prepares students to excel in any career.
The Bachelor of Arts in Business is a 120-hour program combining the liberal arts foundation with a broad overview of business knowledge in areas such as management, accounting and marketing.
The degree program is composed of four categories of course work: the university Core curriculum, the business major core, electives and the business practicum.
Possible Career Paths
The Bachelor of Science in Business is a 133-hour program combining the liberal arts foundation with specialized business knowledge for those students who are more quantitatively focused.
The degree program is composed of five categories of course work: the university Core curriculum, the business major core, electives, the business practicum and four additional courses focused on technical elements in business.
Possible Career Paths
Many Satish & Yasmin Gupta College of Business students have moved into professional roles at major corporations. Highlights include:
Peter Searby, BA '01, feels that modern schools -- with a scarcity of opportunities for children to work with their hands and use their imaginations to explore their worlds -- are doing boys in particular a disservice. From this recognized deficiency, Searby conceived the idea for Riverside Center for Imaginative Learning. Also finding the education of boys to be a primary concern, Daniel Kerr, BA '03, opened St. Martin's Academy, a Catholic boys' boarding high school in Fort Scott, Kansas, in 2018.+ Read More
In an intimate gathering at the Museum of Biblical Art in February, UD celebrated the inaugural Crowley Chamber Trio Concert, "Music in the Museum," the first of three concerts that took place this spring. The opening performance rekindled the university's popular Crowley concerts, which first took breath more than two decades ago.+ Read More
Former Affiliate Assistant Professor of Spanish Nicole (Hammerschmidt) Lasswell, BA '03, and her husband, Martin, have two sons, Will and Stevie, both of whom have autism. For World Autism Awareness Day, the family was interviewed on Telemundo; because the boys are thriving, it seemed particularly important to the Lasswells to share their story and their hope with others.+ Read More