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    Education that makes a difference

    What makes the University of Dayton's approach to interdisciplinary education different from any other? As the University for the common good, we want to not only help you design the best educational experiences to reach your goals, but also:

    • Prepare you for you for your future - not just your career.
    • Provide flexibility, so you have time to explore which major is really right for you.
    • Guide you in discovering who you're called to be and how you can create a future that is satisfying and meaningful.

    students in a labIn UD's Engineering Wellness through Biomechanics Lab, students interested in engineering, physical therapy and medicine work together to help people with multiple sclerosis improve their health and well-being. Outside the lab, students in a first-year design course and in the School of Engineering's Innovation Center are collaborating with clinical partners to develop new kinds of assistive devices, funded by a $75,000 National Science Foundation grant. At UD, we're working across majors for the common good. 

    Learn more about interdisciplinary education at UD below, or apply now and join us.


    There's a reason UD graduates are so successful.

    Not only do 96% of our students find success within six months of graduation, but our students are ranked among the happiest in the nation. Join us!



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