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M.Ed. in Bilingual Education

The Master of Education in Bilingual Education program is a 36-hour, non-thesis program designed for practicing teachers and administrators who desire continued growth and expertise as professionals, specializing in the area of bilingual and multilingual education. DBU professors will immerse students in current bilingual practices and theories through challenging coursework and engaging instruction.

More than an Education

Learning experiences and assignments in this program are designed to provide the learner with sufficient theoretical and experiential knowledge to serve successfully as a bilingual education specialist in the role of classroom teacher or program administrator. Armed with instruction from a Christian world view, graduates will bring faith and ethics to the field of education and apply their skills and knowledge from a distinctly Christian viewpoint.

Marked by Service

Service-learning at DBU is a teaching and learning strategy that integrates academic instruction, community service, and guided reflection from a Christ-centered, faith-based perspective in order to enhance student learning, to foster global civic responsibility, and to develop servant leaders.

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Our classes are led by scholar-practitioners who have years of professional experience in the field.

  • Published "The Relationship between an English Language Proficiency Assessment and a State Mathematics Assessment among Exited English Language Learners" in Journal for K-12 Educational Leadership
  • Doctorate of Educational Leadership from Dallas Baptist University
  • Elementary, middle school, and high school experience in public education as an administrator and teacher
  • Pricipal and superintendent certification
  • Previous Advanced Placement Spanish Language and Spanish Literature Teacher

Our program provides graduates with the upper hand to educate in the fields of Dual Language Specialization, English as a Second Language, and Multilingual Specialization through the different tracks provided.

Concentrations

  • Dual Language Specialization
  • English as a Second Language / Multilingual Specialization
Admission Requirements for the M.Ed. in Bilingual Education
  • 3.4 GPA or higher: no entrance exam required
  • Satisfactory score on the Miller Analogies Test (MAT) or Graduate Record Examinations® (GRE®).

Students not meeting the criteria may be admitted as provisional admission. These students must maintain a 3.0 GPA and receive no grades below a "B." Students admitted under provisional admission will be granted full admission upon successful completion of 12 credit hours and fulfillment of the the conditions of their admission as determined by the Master's Degree Admission Committee.

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Graduate School of Ministry Tuition

We understand that tuition is a key factor in making the decision to pursue a Master's Degree and we want to make sure that it does not prevent you from fully equipping yourself to pursue the call the Lord has placed on your heart. That is why we provide many scholarship opportunities and other aid programs. When all applicable scholarships and aid are applied, students typically find that a degree from DBU is not only high quality, but also affordable. DBU's basic graduate tuition rate is $959.00 per credit hour before the application of scholarships and other aid. To find out how to take advantage of the scholarships and aid available for students of the Graduate School of Ministry, please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

 

Rates Baptist* Non-Baptist
Rates per Hour
DBU Graduate Tuition Rate Baptist* - $959.00 Non-Baptist - $959.00
DBU Ministerial Scholarship Baptist* - ($100.00) Non-Baptist - $0.00
BGCT Ministerial Financial Aid Baptist* - ($100.00) Non-Baptist - $0.00
Scholarshipped Tuition Rate Baptist* - $759.00 Non-Baptist - $959.00
Rates per Semester
6 hours of classes at Scholarshipped Tuition Rate Baptist* - $4,554.00 Non-Baptist - $5,754.00
Maximum Church Match** Baptist* - ($1,400.00) Non-Baptist - ($1,400.00)
BGCT Baptist Heritage Scholarship
($1,000 per semester for 9 semesters)
Baptist* - ($1,000.00) Non-Baptist - $0.00
DBU Piper Scholarship*** Baptist* - ($500.00) Non-Baptist - ($500.00)
Estimated Semester Cost (6 hours) Baptist* - $1,654.00 Non-Baptist - $3,854.00
Estimated Cost/Credit Hour with Maximum Scholarships Baptist* - $275.67 Non-Baptist - $642.33

*Baptist: members of a BGCT affiliated church; find out if your church is BGCT affiliated.
**Church Matching Gift Program: Dallas Baptist University will match up to $3500 per year given on a student’s behalf from his/her local church (DBU + Church Match Gift = $7,000 Max per Year; $1,400 Spring Semester + $1,400 Fall Semester + $700 Summer Semester). Certain restrictions apply. Refer to the Church Matching Gift Guidelines in the Financial Aid Forms page for more information.
*** The DBU Piper Scholarship is based upon merit and need, and is awarded by GSOM Program Directors.

Tuition with Fees Baptist* Non-Baptist
Estimated Semester Cost (6 hours)**** Baptist* - $1,654.00 Non-Baptist - $3,854.00
Typical Fees/Textbooks Baptist* - $560.00 Non-Baptist - $560.00
Total Semester Cost Baptist* - $2,214.00 Non-Baptist - $4,414.00
**** cost with maximum scholarships applied

Supply Chain Management

M.S. in Management Concentration

The Master of Science in Management is a STEM accredited 36-hour master’s degree with a 12-hour concentration in Supply Chain Management. We take an experiential approach that provides the best of theory and practice so graduates are prepared to make an immediate impact. Our curriculum is aligned with SCPro level 1, in partnership with the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals. We focus on supply chain practices and technologies in a structure that is designed around the schedules of working professionals. Graduates will understand real-world strategies taught by scholar practitioners.

It's More than an Education

At DBU, students earn more than just a degree. The realization of the possibilities that lie within our students requires more than preparation of the mind. Our holistic approach means we don’t focus only on career development, but we also strive to develop YOU. We are a Christ-centered institution, and we believe in building up servant leaders who can impact supply chains through unparalleled academic preparation as well as through personal development as a servant leader through a greater calling that provides meaning and purpose.

An Opportunity for Success

The demand for SCM professionals, an excellent DFW market, and DBU’s strong network and integration into the business community, combine to create a strong platform for success.

  • 18th Best Job: Supply Chain Manager - Glassdoor 2017
  • 5th Best Job: Operations Manager - U.S. News and World Report 2018
  • 19th Best Job: Logistician - U.S. News and World Report 2018

Make an Impact in one of the Best Markets in America

The need for professionals with highly specialized knowledge in supply chain management has never been greater than it is in today’s global economy. New processes, technologies, and platforms means the supply chain industry greatly values well educated talent who is equipped to lead an organization with exceptional supply chain management. The current supply-to-demand for equipped SCM professionals is 1:2. Dallas/Fort Worth is the third ranked premier logistics hub and boasts the fourth largest international airport, as well as is one of the top business markets in the United States. Business Insider ranked Dallas #4 based on growth, employment, and business opportunities. This equates to an ideal business environment, and DBU’s SCM program is integrated into the business community to create exceptional opportunities for graduates.

Our classes are led by scholar-practitioners who have years of professional experience in the field.

  • Widely published in scholar-practitioner journals including but not limited to: Supply Chain Management Review, Supply Chain Brain, Modern Materials Handling, Inbound Logistics, Logistics Insight Asia, & Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals.
  • Former distinguished lecturer at Ohio State University, a top 5 SCM program
  • Former Director/Senior Manager at top global organizations
  • Doctorate of Management from Case Western Reserve in SCM Performance

Our program provides a strong fundamental business acumen with a foundation in financial management, strategy, and strong managerial theory and practice. Students learn how top leaders execute the fundamentals as well as innovate and utilize predictive strategies. Students develop strong critical thinking skills in courses that promotes both quantitative and qualitative driven decision making techniques.

Required M.S. in Management Core Curriculum (24 hours)

*This course contains a field-based service-learning component.

Supply Chain Management Concentration (12 hours)

Program Prerequisites
The courses listed below are prerequisites and may be satisfied through undergraduate credit. Courses in brackets are the undergraduate equivalent classes:

  • FINA 51.521 Foundations of Finance [Corporate Financial Management]
  • MANA 6303 Research and Statistics
  • BUAD 5301 Orientation to American Business Techniques and Culture (International Students Only)

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Admission Requirements for the Master of Science in Management
  • 3.4 GPA or higher: no entrance exam required
  • 5+ years of managerial work experience: 3.0 GPA or higher, no entrance exam required
  • 600 on the GMAT with a 3.0 GPA
  • A Bachelor's degree from a regionally accredited institution
  • Evidence of sound moral character and compatibility with DBU's mission.

Students not meeting the criteria may be admitted as provisional admission. These students must maintain a 3.0 GPA and receive no grades below a "B." Students admitted under provisional admission will be granted full admission upon successful completion of 12 credit hours and fulfillment of the conditions of their admission as determined by the Master's Degree Admission Committee.

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