Applicants who have completed at least an undergraduate degree and are interested in pursuing a Master’s degree, PhD, or just planning to take several graduate level courses should apply for Graduate Admission. Graduate level students may take both undergraduate and graduate level courses at Dallas International University.
Applicants interested in only taking a few courses (up to 10 credit hours) may prefer to apply for Gateway Admission as there are fewer requirements.
The Graduate Application form can be completed online in just a few minutes. Once the application form has been submitted, proceed through the steps below.
Please take into consideration our Admissions and Registration Deadlines as you make your plans.
Unless otherwise noted in the document instructions, please submit application items/documents to email@example.com or mail to:
Dallas International Admissions; DIU-100
7500 W. Camp Wisdom Rd.
Dallas TX 75236
*Items submitted in support of a Dallas International application are non-returnable.
For those seeking an MA or PhD at Dallas International University:
By procedure, all Dallas International MA students are admitted as “non-degree seeking” students. Students seeking an MA degree at Dallas International will complete an Intended Plan of Study (IPS) with the help of their academic advisor. The IPS is normally completed by the end of the student’s first semester. It is only after the IPS has been approved by their department that Dallas International will recognize the student as being admitted into a particular MA degree program.
For entry into a PhD program, applicants must fulfill all the requirements of their intended program in addition to the general requirements for graduate admission. Click here to see PhD in World Arts program entry requirements.
COVID-19 Update: If you are unable to meet an admission requirement due to a COVID-19 related cancellation or delay, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to explain the situation. We will do our best to work with you through whatever complication you might face.