Dominican offers some 30 undergraduate day programs. We also offer six undergraduate Pathways evening programs for working adults. Visit our Majors and Programs page to explore all of our undergraduate and Pathways majors and minors.
Dominican offers ten master’s programs and three MBA programs. Learn about our graduate programs by visiting our Majors and Programs page.
To learn more about Dominican academic programs, contact the Admissions staff.
If you are a future undergraduate student, contact Nichelle Passanisi at email@example.com. If you are interested in Pathways undergraduate degrees for working adults, contact Shannon Lovelace-White at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you are interested in our graduate programs, contact Larry Schwartz at email@example.com.
All students must complete a minimum of 45 units of General Education courses to qualify for a degree. These courses develop skills such as writing and mathematics, and include courses in humanities, biological and physical sciences, creative arts and the social sciences.
Students are encouraged to work with their advisors to find courses within these disciplines that are of most interest.
All students at Dominican are required to fulfill the General Education requirements (coming soon). These requirements are outlined and kept current in the University Catalog (coming soon). However, transfer units from other college-accredited institutions may apply and are evaluated on a case-by-case basis.
If you are a transfer student, be sure to collect documentation on courses you have already taken at other schools. Entrance exams will also help your advisor and the registrar determine which classes are most appropriate for your learning level.
Throughout your time at Dominican, your faculty advisor will keep a detailed record of the courses you take. Once your major is declared, you will be assigned to a faculty advisor specifically within your discipline. Faculty advisors are knowledgeable about General Education and major requirements and will counsel you on which courses you need in order to graduate. General Education requirement catalog coming soon!
The General Education requirements are also listed in the University Catalog. If there have been revisions to those requirements, the catalog will reflect them. View the most current University Catalog. University Catalog coming soon!
There are over 30 undergraduate programs to choose from. Explore one of the four schools: the School of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences; the School of Business and Leadership; the School of Education and Counseling Psychology; and the School of Health and Natural Sciences.
Visit our Cost of Attendance page to see the estimated tuition rates.
Visit our Meet the Staff page to see a complete list of the admissions staff.
Dominican offers ten master’s programs and three MBA programs. Learn about our graduate programs or apply by visiting our Graduate Admissions page.
Each program is different and is based on the units required. =Please see the unit counts after each program.
Tuition and fee amount are updated annually. Visit our Cost of Attendance page to see the estimated tuition rates.
The 2011-2012 tuition rates are as follows:
You should contact the Graduate Admissions Counselors.
For Occupational Therapy, Nursing or Biological Sciences, contact Larry Schwartz at firstname.lastname@example.org. For Humanities, Counseling Psychology, Education and Teacher Credential contact Moriah Dunning at email@example.com. All MBA programs including Green MBA, Strategic Leadership and Global Management, contact Robbie Hayes at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The priority deadline for the Fall term is June 15 and the priority deadline for the Spring term is November 15. Apply online today.
This really depends on the individual’s strengths and weaknesses. The time spent studying and working on homework can vary. Check the course schedules for lengths of classes for each program. Homework time will vary by class and student.
Pathways is an evening bachelor’s degree program for adults seeking their bachelor’s degrees.
Pathways student enroll in the program for a myriad of reasons but cited reasons generally fall into one of three categories:
Yes. For more information, read the Pathways FAQ.
No. You may enter the program with no units or multiple units. Each student is on an individualized educational path.
Yes. Your academic advisor will work with you individually to discuss how your personal or professional experiences can be turned into college credit.
We will explain the various methods to you and help you figure out which one(s) best suit your situation. Credit obtained for prior life experience saves students thousands of dollars and greatly expedites the time to degree.
Visit our Pathways Undergraduate Majors page for more information including program features, possible career paths and sample courses.
Visit our Meet the Staff page to see a complete list of the admissions staff.
Yes, Dominican offers Continuing and Professional Education. If you’re interested in Continuing Education offered by the School of Education and Counseling Psychology, visit their Professional/Continuing Education page.
If you’re interested in continuing education offered by the School of Business and Leadership, visit their Professional/Continuing Education page.
Ukiah Center, located in Ukiah, Mendocino County, is part of the School of Education and Counseling Psychology and offers teaching credential and Master’s of Science in Education programs. Graduates of Ukiah Center receive degrees from Dominican University of California. Learn more about Ukiah Center and its teaching programs.
Ukiah offers four Teaching Credential programs: Preliminary Multiple-Subject Credential, Preliminary Single-Subject Credential, Education Specialist: Preliminary Mild/Moderate Credential and Dual Credential.
Learn more about Ukiah Center’s Teaching Credential Programs.
Ukiah Center offers two MS in Education programs: MS in Education: Curriculum and Instruction and MS in Education: Interdisciplinary
Please e-mail email@example.com or call 707-463-4800 for more information.
OLLI is an academic program of Dominican University supported by a generous endowment from the Bernard Osher Foundation, the generosity of the University and member donations and tuition.
The program offers six-week, challenging, non-credit liberal arts courses for adults over 50. Classes are held in the academic areas of history, art history, literature, science, political science, film, medicine, sociology, psychology, philosophy and religion.
Anyone over the age of 50 can take OLLI classes. Registration can be completed anytime before the start of a session. OLLI offers a fall session, two winter sessions, a spring session and a summer session during the academic year.
Premium Annual Members can take up to four courses per session during each of four sessions in the academic year. The current fee is $500.00 but it will change in Fall 2011.
Session Members can take up to 4 courses during that session. The fee is $250 but it will change in Fall 2011.
Basic Members pay $30 plus course fees or $110 for six week courses but the fees will change in Fall 2011.
The mission of the Dominican Institute for Leadership Studies (ILS) is to help students, faculty, staff and community members become better leaders. It advances its mission by promoting the study, teaching and practice of effective, ethical leadership. Its ultimate goal is to facilitate positive individual, organizational and societal change, engaged citizenship and socially responsible leadership.
Learn about ILS’s upcoming public lectures, leadership education for students and professionals as well as its leadership development programs.
To see an updated list, visit the ILS Public Lectures page.
Past lecturers include Al Gore, David Plouff, and Dave Eggers, Ralph Nader, Madelaine Albright, Nancy Pelosi and Suze Orman. See a complete list of our past lecturers dating back to 2003.
You can join the ILS mailing list by e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can find out what the upcoming campus holidays are by visiting our Academic Calendar. The Academic Calendar for each semester and each session lists important academic information (e.g., registration dates, last day to drop classes, deadline to withdraw from classes and commencement) as well as Academic Holidays.
All important academic calendar information can be found on the Academic Calendar page. Click on the current semester and current session (A or B) and you will find a detailed list of all dates and deadlines.