Economics (B.A)

University of Dallas
United States
Doctoral Degree (PhD)
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Entry Requirements

A completed Application Form with signature and date.
    Download and mail to the School of Ministry at:

    University of Dallas
    Box 716-SOM
    attn: Geralyn Rea
    1845 E. Northgate Dr.
    Irving, TX 75062

    You may also fax your completed application to 972-721-4076.

A non-refundable application fee ($50) payable by check or online.

Official transcripts
        These must be sent directly to the School of Ministry (Attn: Geralyn Rea) from each college or university attended, even if no credit was earned.
        Transcripts issued to students and then turned into the School of Ministry are not official and will not be accepted.
        Please note that there is an additional one-time fee of $175.00 for the evaluation of international transcripts.  Payable by check or online.
Three Letters of recommendation, each with the recommendation form.
        Download the recommendation form and have each recommender mail it, along with their letter of recommendation, directly to the School of Ministry.
        One letter should be provided by each of the following: a pastor, a professor or employer, and a lay leader who has taught or worked with applicant in a ministerial context.
        Letters from relatives, spouses, or fiancés will not be accepted.

Theological reflection essay (500 words) on a short reading selection
        Details found on application form
        Each applicant should answer only one of the four questions provided on the application form.
        The short reading selections include (choose 1):

        Ch. 1 from God After Darwin: A Theology of Evolution by John Haught
        The USCCB's Called and Gifted for the Third Milennium

Autobiographical essay (250 words)
        Details found on application form
Statement of goals and objectives (250 words)
        Details found on application form


1311. Fundamentals of Economics.
3312. Intermediate Microeconomic Theory
3320. Intermediate Macroeconomic Theory.
3322. Fundamentals of Finance
3327. Statistical Theory and Methods
3328. Business and Economic Forecasting
3330. International Economics and Finance
3340. Money, Banking and Financial Markets
4325. History of Economic Thought
4332. Comparative Economic Systems
4334. Industrial Organization.
4335. Economic Development.
4336. Labor Economics
4337. Managerial Finance
4338. Public Finance
4340. Law and Economics.
4341. Economics and Social Ethics
4343. Western Economic History I
4344. Western Economic History II.
4356. Special Topics
4V61. Independent Research
BUS 1310. Principles of Accounting I.

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