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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 Aug. 25 and ends the
week of May 4. Online classes are held asynchronously.
“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
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Noted legal scholar and Princeton University professor Robert P. George will address the Class of 2020 during the 61st annual Spring Commencement Ceremony at the University of Dallas. The ceremony will take place at 10 a.m. on Sunday, May 17, at The Theatre at Grand Prairie.
The University of Dallas' Satish and Yasmin Gupta College of Business is honored to announce its 2020 Hall of Fame inductees, including Gail Warrior Suchy, MBA '99, CEO of CASPR Group; Michael Stedman Wyatt, MBA '91, executive managing director at Cushman & Wakefield of Texas; and John L. Zogg, Jr., MBA '92, managing director at Crescent Real Estate LLC. New Gupta Hall of Fame members will be inducted during the annual award ceremony on Friday, Jan. 24, 2020, from 6-8 p.m.
On Dec. 23, 2019, the university bid farewell to a beloved faculty member and alumnus. Professor of English John Alvis, BA '66 MA '69 PhD '73, passed away at age 75, less than two weeks after the passing of his wife, Sara Kathleen, MA '71, to whom he was married for more than 50 years.