University of Dallas Braniff Graduate School

The graduate programs in Classical Education at the University of Dallas offer a robust core curriculum, which is grounded in the liberal arts, animated by a philosophy of education centered on the nature of the human person, informed by courses on the great works of the Western tradition, and integrating the practical and the theoretical through a fruitful dialogue on classical pedagogy from ancient as well as modern sources. Beyond the core requirements, students may tailor their coursework to bolster their knowledge of the liberal arts and the history of liberal education, benefit from one-on-one apprenticeship opportunities in premier classical schools, or deepen and broaden their knowledge and understanding of distinct disciplines within an integrated curriculum ordered to embracing all that is true, good, and beautiful. Along the way, those who wish to do graduate level research may enhance their study by availing themselves of introductory and advanced coursework in ancient (Hebrew, Greek, Latin) and modern (Italian, German, Spanish, French) languages.

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