Aug 16, 2022  
2022-2023 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2022-2023 Undergraduate Catalog

School of Business


The School of Business’ undergraduate and graduate degree programs give students the knowledge and skills they need to succeed personally and professionally. Our students graduate with a keen sense of social responsibility, ready to serve the diverse needs of Texas, our nation, and the world. 

At UNT Dallas, we care about our students. Our team of faculty and staff are committed to making sure each student is more than another face in a crowded class. We will work with you each step of the way to make sure you graduate prepared and confident in your ability to succeed professionally.

Students are taught by faculty who first found success doing what they now teach. Most of the School’s full-time faculty are recognized in their field, and have been published in nationally and internationally recognized journals.  The School also is fortunate to retain a number of professionally experienced part-time faculty who bring a wealth of practical knowledge and professionalism to the classroom.

We invite you to visit our School and experience firsthand the care we have for our students, and the real-world experience we bring to the classroom.  Best wishes in your future educational pursuits.

Programs

    Bachelor of Business AdministrationMinor

    All listed undergraduate minors require a minimum of 18 credit hours, with a minimum of 6 of those credit hours being advanced level (3000/4000) courses. Additional requirements are listed with the specific minor. Students may need to satisfy course prerequisites which require additional courses not listed in the specific minor requirements. 

    Minors must be earned in conjunction with a bachelor’s degree and an undergraduate major. A student is unable to earn a major and a minor in the same academic discipline. 

    Academic Certificate

    Undergraduate academic certificates require a minimum of 12 credit hours, all earned at UNT Dallas, with all courses being at the advanced (3000/4000) level. Additional requirements are listed with the specific academic certificate. Students may need to satisfy course prerequisites which require additional courses not listed in the specific certificate requirements.

    Academic certificates must be earned in conjunction with a bachelor’s degree and an undergraduate major (with the exception of Dealership Management). A student is unable to earn an academic certificate and a major/minor in the same academic discipline.