The School of Business at the University of North Texas at Dallas equips every student with marketable skills that lead to successful careers in a vast array of public, private, and governmental organizations. As is the business industry, the SoB is the fastest-growing school within the University. Through seven undergraduate majors, an MBA with three concentrations, a variety of minors, several certificates, highly qualified and experienced professors, and countless experiential learning opportunities, business students receive an excellent education. Upon graduation, they are ready to “blaze their trail” and make a difference in their chosen venture.
The classes are small and provide an environment where students get to know their dedicated expert professors on a personal level. Within some of the degree programs, students have the flexibility of attending some classes online, if needed, and can earn industry-recognized certifications. There are merit-based scholarships for undergraduate students like the Blazer, Aspire, and Excellence Scholarships, which help cover tuition costs. Graduate students can qualify for the Graduate Studies Academic Achievement Scholarship.
The Bachelors of Business Administration degree offers seven majors: Hospitality Management, Finance, Organizational Behavior & Human Resources Management, General Business, Accounting, Supply Chain & Marketing Management, and Business Analytics. Business minors include Business Foundations, Management, Business Analytics, Marketing, Hospitality Management, and Dealership Management. There are also business academic certificates in Event Management, Logistics & Supply Chain Management, Dealership Management, Hospitality Management, and Hospitality Logistics & Distribution.
UNT Dallas’ Master in Business Administration program is known to be the most affordable in the area. It offers concentrations in Human Resources, Strategic Management, and Accounting. Students can complete the cohort-style MBA full-time or part-time and can utilize both online and on-campus coursework in a flexible capacity.
Experiential learning happens through internships, service-learning opportunities, undergraduate research projects, class projects, case studies, and interacting and working with local business professionals. Students gain leadership, collaborative, and communication skills while developing a strong resume and a professional network. Being so close to the robust city of Dallas and its highly successful business district, UNT Dallas has developed many professional relationships and partnerships that provide a great advantage for business students.
Students across all of the business degrees have found excellent internships and jobs with companies like the YMCA, Marriott, Hilton, J.B. Hunt, TxDOT, American Airlines, Dr. Pepper Snapple Group, Comerica Bank, Walgreens, and AT&T. Along with internships, students find great real-world experiences by attending community meetings, serving in the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Program, and service-learning community-based projects. They can apply their learned material and give back to the community at the same time. Supply Chain & Marketing Management students benefit from the University’s partnership with APICS. Through this partnership, students expand their career options, interact with local professionals, and help create opportunities for people in the Supply Chain industry.