University of Dallas adds online technology programs

The University of Dallas Graduate School of Management last week announced that it had added three online degree programs in the areas of information technology, telecommunications management and e-commerce.

The university will offer an MBA in Information Technology with concentrations in database administration, applications development, management and concepts. The other two programs are at the undergraduate level. All three will be taught by the same professors and meet the same requirements as their traditional on-campus counterparts.

The school will fund the online degrees through a $322,500 grant from ecollege.com, which specializes in developing distance-learning programs for educational institutions.

Students can access University of Dallas' programs through the online campus at imba.udallas.edu.

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