STEP 1: Apply to the University of North Texas Toulouse Graduate School®. Complete the application on applytexas.org and submit your application fee of $75.
*Upon transcript review, waivers are automatically granted for undergraduates with an overall GPA of 3.5 and above from an AACSB-accredited institution, or a 3.5 and above for a completed master’s degree.
STEP 2: Apply to the G. Brint Ryan College of Business by submitting the following documentation:
Submit documents via email, mail or in person.
18 hours of core courses:
12 hours of required courses:
6 hours of supporting courses from the following options:
If you’re a new first-year incoming M.B.A. student, you can apply for the Josephine Hughes Sterling Endowed Scholarship for M.B.A. students and the John and Helen Green Scholarship for M.B.A. recruitment.
Continuing M.B.A. and M.S. students can apply for a number of Ryan College of Business general and department scholarships. The application deadline is March 1.
Student Financial Aid and Scholarships also offers scholarships for graduate students. You must reapply for these each year. Award deadlines vary. Apply early for the most options.
All M.B.A. and M.S. students are encouraged to apply for the following Toulouse Graduate School scholarships.
Review a full list of Toulouse Graduate School funding options and deadlines.
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Mary Jones, Professor; Ph.D., University of Oklahoma. Organizational issues and benefits of large scale information systems; issues surrounding business analytics and ERP implementations; role of CIO in organizations.
Leon Kappelman, Professor and Area Chair; Ph.D., Georgia State University. Information systems (IS) management practices and capabilities; software development methods and capabilities; software project management; enterprise and technology architectures; IS performance measurement.
Robert Pavur, Professor and Ph.D. Coordinator; Ph.D., Texas Tech University. Hybrid machine learning- forecasting.
Victor Prybutok, Regents Professor of Decision Sciences; Ph.D., Drexel University. Environmental analysis; applied statistics.
Anna Sidorova, Associate Professor; Ph.D., Washington State University. Business intelligence and analytics; text mining; business process management; IS implementation and use; applications of AI and machine learning in business.
Hakan Tarakci, Associate Professor; Ph.D., Purdue University. Supply chain management; maintenance outsourcing contracts; inventory management; learning and forgetting in maintenance and production; game theory; newsvendor models; telemedicine.
Russell Torres, Assistant Professor; Ph.D., University of North Texas. Identifying factors related to the success of business analytics initiatives and assessing the impact of such initiatives on organizational decision making.