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University of North Texas at Dallas
7300 University Hills Blvd
Dallas, TX 75241 Directions
The University of North Texas at Dallas is undergoing a major change, transitioning from a branch campus to a free-standing university with degree-granting status.
Founded in 2000, the University of North Texas at Dallas was originally the flagship campus of the University of North Texas. The college originally offered upper level courses and graduate courses in education, business, criminal justice, applied arts and sciences, computer science, information technology and mathematics.
Now the university is the first public university within the city of Dallas.
Undergraduate programs are still diverse, yet focused on emerging fields and exciting new areas of study.
Undergraduate programs include:
Applied Arts and Sciences
Business Administration: Accounting Control System,
Entrepreneurship, Finance, Accounting, General business,
Logistics and supply chain management,
Organizational Behavior and Human Resource Management
Human Services Management and Leadership
Interdisciplinary Studies, with Certification (four tracks)
Mathematics, with Secondary Certification (8-12 Grade Mathematics)
University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center
5323 Harry Hines Blvd
Dallas, TX 75390 Directions
University of Texas Southwestern Medical School holds the honorable distinction as one of the Top 20 medical schools in the United States. Among the areas of study where the medical school excels, UT Southwestern's biomedical research program ranks among the best in the world.
University of Texas Southwestern Medical School is located in the 231-acre Southwestern Medical district. The campus also includes the UT Southwestern Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences, UT Southwestern School of Health Professions, and four affiliated hospitals: Parkland Memorial Hospital, Children's Medical Center, Zale Lipshy University Hospital, and St. Paul University Hospital.
Founded in 1943, Southwestern Medical School began as a wartime medical college. Today, its 60-acre campus houses classrooms, labs, the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center Library, an auditorium and a large outpatient center.
While noted for its academia and talented faculty, UT Southwestern is also one of the five least-expensive public medical schools in the United States.
Notable faculty members include 18 who are in the National Academy of Sciences and 19 members of the Institute of Medicine.