New UNT programs for Fall 2019

Master of Arts in Applied Behavior Analysis

The Master of Arts in applied behavior analysis is a one-year professional practice program designed to provide the knowledge base for effective and compassionate practice of behavior analysis. Coursework focuses on foundations, methods, ethics and building content area expertise.

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College of Health and Public Services
Department of Behavior Analysis
Ruth Cross

Master of Business Administration in Business Analytics

The only one of its kind in the state of Texas, this STEM designated graduate program combines core business foundations with analytics to give students a broader range of knowledge beyond just analytics and data science. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (2016), business analytics jobs are among the top 10 fastest growing occupations.

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G. Brint Ryan College of Business
Department of Information Technology
Natalie Bernard

Bachelor of Science in Data Science

There is a growing demand among businesses for data scientists and this program gives students the core skills and knowledge needed to meet that need. The coursework focuses on the fundamentals of interpreting data, performing analyses and understanding and communicating actionable insights, while also giving students hands-on experience using scientific methods, processes, algorithms and systems to extract knowledge and insights from data.

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College of Information
Department of Information Science

Bachelor of Science in General Business

Students at UNT in Frisco will get a first look at this new program, which provides both a general knowledge of all functional areas in business, as well as the flexibility of combining it with other academic areas of interest. The coursework will cover foundations of accounting, finance, marketing, business information systems and management.

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G. Brint Ryan College of Business

Bachelor of Arts in Latino Culture, Economy and Policy

With a diverse, global economy, more and more companies are seeking employees who not only speak Spanish, but also understand the social and demographic aspects and culture of their Latino clients and communities. This program will examine the culture, history, economics, politics, language, literature, sociology, anthropology and creative accomplishments of Latinos.

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College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences
Department of Political Science

Bachelor of Arts in Urban Policy and Planning

Housed under the Department of Public Administration, this program focuses on urban development, the history of cities and the impact of urban space on communities. Ideal for students who need flexible class options, the program offers a combination of both face-to-face and online classes, as well as practical planning experience in an urban planning studio.

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College of Health and Public Service
Department of Public Administration
Laura Keyes