Dallas Baptist University 達拉斯浸信會大學 (德州 TX)


Located in South Dallas overlooking MountainCreekLake, DBU's main campus offers its students a beautiful environment in which to grow and encounter quality academics from a Christian world-view.

The 293-acre beautiful campus of Dallas Baptist University sits on the rolling hills of southwestern Dallas overlooking Mountain Creek Lake, the main campus of DBU provides a safe and quite community in a metroplex (note 1) of more than 5 million people. It is 13 miles from downtown Dallas, 19 miles from downtown Fort Worth, and is centrally located near the Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport and Love Field

The Basics
School Type Private, Baptist Church
Tuition US$22,000
Housing School dorm.
Current Weather
School Website
General Information
State Texas (TX)
Location Dallas
Campus Size 296 acre
Year Founded 1898
Academic Calendar Spring/Fall
Level Offered Bachelor and Master
Enrollment 5,200
International 400
Student-to-Teacher 15:1


DBU comprises of the following colleges: College of Humanities & Social Sciences, College of Natural Sciences & Mathematics, College of Adult Education, College of Business, College of Fine Arts,College of Christian Faith, College of Education & Graduate School of Leadership.

Pre-Professional Preparation

Pre-professional preparation is a vital part of the endeavor of a liberal arts institution. Through these programs, the University seeks to provide general and discipline-specific course work which will prepare students for graduate work in their chosen fields. While majoring in a specific discipline(s), such as biology, history, or kinesiology, students will complete a set of courses, prescribed by the University, which will prepare them for the professional program of their choice. Dallas Baptist University provides pre-professional preparation programs in the following areas:






Pre-physical therapy


Pre-physician's assistant

Pre-occupational therapy

Pre-veterinary science


DBU is a Christ-centered comprehensive liberal-arts university offering 68 undergraduate, 22 graduate, and 3 doctoral degree programs. With 5,545 traditional age, adult and graduate students DBU strives to incorporate innovation and Christian values to better serve its students. At DBU, students learn to exemplify servant leadership and how to integrate Biblical faith and academic learning in their daily lives.

note 1: The Dallas and Fort Worth Metroplex 

A metroplex is a contiguous metropolitan area that has more than one principal anchor city of near equal importance. 

The Dallas and Fort Worth Metroplex is a great place to live and learn. Because of its high-tech industry, central location, cost of living and the city's position in the international marketplace, Dallas/Fort Worth is one of the fastest growing metropolitan areas in the United States. Pursuing your education at DBU is smart not only because of the outstanding faculty and programs but because of the university's excellent location.

Dallas is the ninth most populous city in the United States and the third most populous city in the state of Texas. The Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex is the largest metropolitan area in the South and fourth-largest metropolitan area in the United States. Divided among Collin, Dallas, Denton, Kaufman, and Rockwall counties, the city had a population of around 1,200,000.