The Master of Management prepares individuals for success in management and leadership roles by providing fundamental business knowledge in the areas of customer service, organizational behavior, leadership, project management, budget, finance, social responsibility, operations/supply chain management, hiring/compensation/benefits, brand management, professional communication, and strategic management. The Master of Management is intended for people who hold non-business undergraduate degrees or have limited professional work experience and want to advance their careers through increased business, management, and leadership knowledge.
Program Coordinator: Dr. Cathy Scott, Founders Hall, Suite 315, Phone: 972-338-1357, Email: Cathy.Scott@untdallas.edu
Before being admitted to a master’s program in the School of Business, the applicant must meet the minimum requirements for admission to graduate studies as administered by the Office of Graduate Admissions.
- Obtain admission to the university by submitting the following to the UNT Dallas Office of Graduate Admissions:
- Obtain admission to the MBA program by submitting the following additional admissions materials to the School of Business. For application packet deadlines, please visit this website: https://gradschool.untdallas.edu/Reqs.
- Essay - please share with the admissions committee any unique events, life experiences, and qualifications that you feel distinguish your candidacy and will add value to the class
- Resume (work/academic experience)
The School of Business determines admission to the Master of Management Program. In the determination of an applicant’s eligibility for admission to the Master of Management degree, the following measures are of critical importance in determining the ability to succeed in the program.
- A GPA of 3.0 or better (4.0 scale) in the final 60 hours of undergraduate coursework leading to an undergraduate degree that was completed at a regionally accredited college or university or comparable foreign degree
- Relevant professional, managerial, or military experience
- Personal Essay
- Two letters of recommendation
- A cumulative GPA of 3.4 (4.0 scale) or better on minimum of 12 graduate level courses completed at a regionally accredited college or university or the foreign equivalent.
Applicants who do not already hold an earned graduate/professional degree must satisfy at least two (2) of the measures of ability to succeed.
Applicants with a bachelor’s degree or comparable foreign degree who meet one (1) of the measures of ability to succeed can be granted admission under the Conditional Admission status. In addition, conditionally admitted students must complete the first 12 credit hours of Master of Management coursework earning a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or better. Students meeting the terms of the conditional admission are then granted a Full Admission status.
Applicants who do not meet any of the measures of ability to succeed and/or whose complete file shows that certain criteria needs improvement will likely be denied admission. All applicant data will be considered before an admission denial is made.
- The Master of Management Program requires that a student maintain a minimum GPA of 3.0 (B) or better.
- The School of Business Graduate Admissions Committee will recommend dismissal of a student from the master’s program if the student receives two course grades below C (for purposes of this rule, the lowest grade received in a course is used).
- Master of Management students may not graduate with more than two C’s in their program requirements, although a course may be repeated to raise a grade of C or less.
- Master’s students whose academic performance falls below a cumulative 3.0 GPA on all graduate work attempted will be notified by the Office of Graduate Admissions that they have been placed on academic probation.
- Students will remain on probation and be allowed to re-enroll for a subsequent term/semester as long as they achieve a minimum 3.0 GPA on all graduate work attempted during the term/semester even if their overall graduate GPA remains under 3.0.
- Students on probation who fail to make a 3.0 GPA in graduate work attempted during a term/semester (fall, spring, or summer) will be notified by the Office of Graduate Admissions that they have been placed on academic suspension for one term/semester (fall, spring, or summer) during which the student may not enroll at UNT Dallas.
- Probationary students who have previously been placed on suspension will be notified by the Office of Graduate Admissions that they have been terminated from the program should they fail to make a 3.0 GPA on all graduate work attempted during an academic term/semester (fall, spring, or summer).
- Course work taken at another university by a student on suspension cannot be applied toward the degree program.
Major Requirements, 30 Hours
Additional UNTD Degree Requirements
- This program is for Texas resident students only. Applicants residing outside of the state of Texas will not be admitted. Students who move outside of the state of Texas during their program, will not be able to continue and will be dropped.
- **Must be taken final semester.
- Master of Management courses are offered in a cohort rotation throughout the year. Deviating from the cohort degree plan schedule may extend your time in the program.
- Master of Management courses are offered in an 8-week online format during the fall, spring, and summer terms.