About the University of Dallas
Quite unabashedly, the curriculum at the University of Dallas is based on the supposition that truth and virtue exist and are the proper objects of search in an education. We find that this search is best pursued through our nationally-recognized Core Curriculum, a common set of works, experiences, courses upon which is built an intense involvement in the major field.
Integrating this core at the deepest level is the Rome Program, a semester abroad at the University's beautiful Rome campus, where over 80% of sophomores elect to study the roots of Western Civilization. Travels usually include a ten-day class trip to Greece.
A wide array of majors and concentrations are offered through the Constantine College of Liberal Arts and the College of Business. 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.
The University of Dallas offers both undergraduate and graduate level courses.