Dallas International University


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General Information800-892-3356
TypePrivate not-for-profit, 4-year or above
Awards Offered
Campus SettingCity, Midsize
Campus HousingNot reported
Student Population 100 (80 undergraduate)
Student-to-Faculty Ratio0 to 1

Mission Statement

The Veterans Administration has approved Dallas International to accept students who qualify for assistance under the GI Bill.  If you are a Veteran, first of all, we honor you for your devotion to our country and offer you our sincere thanks for your service.  If you desire to further your education in linguistics, World Arts, Applied Anthropology, Bible Translation, or related disciplines, you can take advantage of the VA benefits available to you as you pursue your educational goals at Dallas International.

Dallas International University offers specialized training that is unlike many other colleges and institutions.  Our experienced faculty offer training in the fields of linguistics, language & culture learning, anthropology, literacy, translation, world arts, Abrahamic studies, and international service.  Our 1300+ alumni are using this training to make an impact around the world!

Many students are surprised to come on campus and find themselves asked to call their professors by their first name.  Our faculty are some of the most experienced in their field, but they believe that each student is a future colleague.

Dallas International is best known for its Certificate and MA degree program in Applied Linguistics, training students for work in the areas of linguistics, translation, and cross-cultural service.  However, our MA with a major in World Arts is growing rapidly with concentrations in Applied Arts, Arts & Islam, and Arts & Scripture Engagement.  Our Applied Anthropology department also offers an MA with a major in Language and Culture Studies with a wide range of concentrations for students interested in Literacy, Islamic Worldviews, Language Survey, Sociolinguistics, and Scripture Engagement.  The Abraham Center is proud to announce the launch of an MA with a major in Abrahamic Studies.

Undergraduate students are also a priority at Dallas International!  The College of International Studies offers a BA with a major in International Service and minors in Linguistics, World Arts, Cross-cultural Service, and TESOL.

Other schools are also partnering with Dallas International to offer their students some of the benefits of the specialized training we offer.  The offerings vary from a college requiring a semester at Dallas International to complete a linguistics minor to a prestigious seminary offering a dual degree program.

Special Learning Opportunities Religious Affiliation
Student Services Undergraduates registered as students with disabilities
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Credit Accepted  
Faculty and Graduate Assistants Full-timePart-time
Total Faculty 00
Instructional 00
Research and Public Service 00
Total Graduate Assistants -0
Instructional -0
Research and Public Service -0