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University of Dubuque Undergraduates
A University of Dubuque education is designed to be a bridge to your future. It is an education grounded in a strong liberal arts core and developed through rigorous professional preparation. As a Christian university, we understand college to be about more than a piece of paper or a high paying job. The UD experience is about building a life of meaning: discovering and developing your God-given gifts, and discerning opportunities to make a difference in the world. - Mark Ward, Ph. D, Vice President for Academic Affairs
The University of Dubuque offers a variety of classes and majors, a list of which can be found by clicking here.
University of Dubuque Chlapaty Research Fellows Program
The Chlapaty Fellowship Program is a competitive program designed to aid in the preparation of talented undergraduate students for graduate or professional school study. Fellows’ projects are to be completed during the summer following the students’ sophomore or junior years. Awardees commit to 40 hours each week for 10 weeks to the Fellowship. Each Chlapaty Fellow will receive a stipend of $4,500, and an additional $500 for supplies or travel costs associated with their scholarship project.
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University of Dubuque Faculty and StaffThe work of every scholar featured at the University of Dubuque stands as a model of truth seeking in action. Each work translates curiosity and passion into ideas that contribute to the conversation in the academy and serve to better the world. We celebrate the community of truth known as the University of Dubuque and, in particular, each colleague represented here. May our shared vocation as scholars continue to impact the world for good. - Mark D. Ward, Ph.D., Vice President for Academic Affairs and Dean of the College
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University of Dubuque Master of Communication Graduate Program
The Master of Communication Graduate program is divided into three separate focuses: concentration in Leadership and Management, a concentration in Strategic and Corporate Communication, and a concentration in Information Technologies.
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