Courses

CORE COURSES (18 HOURS) 

ACCT 5130 (3 hrs.) Accounting for Management
DSCI 5180 (3 hrs.) Intro to the Business Decision Process
FINA 5170 (3 hrs.) Financial Management
MKTG 5150 (3 hrs.) Marketing Management
MGMT 5140 (3 hrs.) Organizational Behavior and Analysis
BUSI 5190 (3 hrs.) Administrative Strategy (Taken in the last semester of the program)

 

CONCENTRATION COURSES (15 HOURS) 

Organizational Behavior and Human Resource Management Strategic Management
MGMT 5120 (3 hrs.) Managing Organizational Design and Change

MGMT 5120 Managing Organizational Design and Change

MGMT 5210 (3 hrs.) Human Resource Management Seminar MGMT 5210 Human Resource Management Seminar
MGMT 5350 (3 hrs.) Seminar in Labor Relations MGMT 5300 Entrepreneurship and Venture Management
MGMT 5870 (3 hrs.)  Leadership Research and Development MGMT 5710 Seminar in Business Ethics and Social Responsibility
MGMT 5890 (3 hrs.) Seminar in Compensation and Motivation Theory

MGMT 5760 Strategic Management

 

ELECTIVE COURSE (3 HOURS)

 

 

Organizational Behavior and Human Resource Management Strategic Management
One three- (3) hour course selected from:

One three- (3) hour course selected from:

MGMT 5300 Entrepreneurship and Venture Management

MGMT 5260 Employment Placement & Personnel Planning

MGMT 5660 International Management

MGMT 5660 International Management

MGMT 5760 Strategic Management

MGMT 5870 Leadership Research and Development

 

Course Schedule Examples

 

Organizational Behavior and Human Resource Management

Session Course Numbers Course Titles

Session 1 – January

ACCT 5130
MGMT 5140

Accounting for Management
Organizational Behavior and Analysis

Session 2 -  March

MKTG 5150
MGMT 5890

Marketing Management
Seminar In Compensation and Motivation

Session 3 – June

DSCI 5180
MGMT 5660

Intro to the Business Decision Process
International Management

Session 4 – August

MGMT 5120
FINA 5170

Managing Organizational Design and Change
Financial Management

Session 5 – October

MGMT 5710
MGMT 5210

Seminar in Business Ethics and Social Responsibility
Human Resource Management Seminar

Session 6 – January

MGMT 5350
BUSI 5190

Seminar in Labor Relations
Administrative Strategy

 

Strategic Management

Session Course Numbers Course Titles

Session 1 – January

ACCT 5130
MGMT 5140

Accounting for Management
Organizational Behavior and Analysis

Session 2 -  March

MKTG 5150
MGMT 5300

Marketing Management
Entrepreneurship and Venture Management

Session 3 – June

DSCI 5180
MGMT 5660

Intro to the Business Decision Process
International Management

Session 4 – August

MGMT 5120
FINA 5170

Managing Organizational Design and Change
Financial Management

Session 5 – October

MGMT 5710
MGMT 5210

Seminar in Business Ethics and Social Responsibility
Human Resource Management Seminar

Session 6 – January

MGMT 5760
BUSI 5190

Strategic Management
Administrative Strategy

Business Deficiencies:

The College of Business Graduate Programs Office works with students to determine if background deficiency courses will be necessary.  Background content might include Financial and Managerial Accounting, Business Information Systems, Statistics, Business Law, Finance, Marketing, Micro and Macro Economics, Operations Management and Calculus.  Deficiencies can be  completed via traditional academic coursework or through Ivy Software and Responsive.net.  Ivy Software and Responsive.net deliver self-paced online learning modules that provide the needed background content without the need to formally enrolling in courses at UNT.  For more information go to cob.unt.edu/background.
 

Online M.B.A. Degrees: Policies

  • Students who choose to pursue an accelerated online M.B.A. degree program will be allowed to switch out of the option at any time. If they chose to exit the online program, however, they will not be allowed to re-enter it or other online program offerings.
  • Online M.B.A. degree program students must take all courses in the accelerated 8 week format. Students will not be able to register for any course section not designated as an accelerated online section.
  • Instructors determine whether proctored examinations are required for their courses. If required, the Instructor shall establish a window of at least 48-hours for students to take off-site proctored examinations.  This window opens, at the instructor's discretion, either when the instructor sets a starting date and time, or when the instructor administers the counterpart live examination at UNT.  Proctored examinations shall last no longer than those taken live at UNT, shall cover the same material, and are arranged at the student's expense.
  • Students who opt for one of the online M.B.A. degree programs may register for online courses during a designated time period BEFORE all other students. Online students will get first choice of classes. This assures seat availability in these classes for online students.

Visit the Accelerated Online Program section of the Registrar's website for more information on course registration dates and payment deadlines.