Program type:


On Campus (Only in Frisco)
Est. time to complete:

2 to 4 years
Credit Hours:

Future proof your career with diverse skillsets in project management, design and analytics and make valuable connections with DFW-area employers.
Make your transfer credits count toward a rewarding career. With our Bachelor of Science degree in Applied Project Design and Analysis, you'll be ready to enter the job market after graduation. This unique program emphasizes specific skills that are important to employers through dynamic coursework and built-in industry engagement.

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Why earn a degree in Applied Project Design and Analysis Degree?

This unique program offered by College of Applied and Collaborative Studies uses project-based learning to emphasize specific skills that are important to employers. Prepare for a ca through dynamic coursework, built-in industry engagement and three summer internship programs.

Project: Focus on project management, collaborative thinking, communication, global design and leadership. You’ll learn how to use the tools and technologies common in the workplace to lead teams and accomplish key tasks toward big-picture organizational goals.

Design: Hone your out-of-the-box thinking in areas such as creative and organizational design. You’ll learn how to solve difficult problems and navigate complex business processes to deliver new products and services.

Analysis: Learn to use data to make informed business decisions, with a focus on applied probability and statistics, forecasting, modeling and data analytics.


Marketable Skills
  1. Analytic skills
  2. Project Management
  3. Professional leadership
  4. Professional communication
  5. Design thinking

Applied Project Design and Analysis Degree Highlights

As part of this program, you’ll enjoy a course schedule that is designed to prepare you for your career, with a blend of required courses for your major and program-specific courses that emphasize teamwork and problem-solving.
With industry engagement at the core of the curriculum, you'll make valuable connections while you earn your bachelor's degree.
You'll also gain powerful professional partnerships both inside and outside of the classroom and gain lifelong mentors along with unbeatable employable skills.
You'll learn to use the tools that industry-leading companies employ, including Zoom, Slack and Tableau so you are ready to contribute on your first day on the job.
College of Applied and Collaborative Studies's approach to project-based learning is centered on the student and uses this unique learning style to promote the development of teamwork, critical thinking and problem-solving skills.
Some UNT project and hiring partners include AmerisourceBergen, Dallas Cowboys, Essilor, Hillwood and Logisticorp Group

What can you do with a degree in Applied Project Design and Analysis?

With this degree in hand, you'll be ready for leadership roles like the following:

  • Brand manager
  • Business analyst
  • Environmental resource manager
  • Financial analyst
  • Marketing manager
  • Project manager (business, non-profit, and government)
  • Social media marketer

Applied Project Design and Analysis Degree Courses You Could Take

Data Design, Analysis and Representation (3 hrs):
Introduction to basic concepts in statistics, interpretation, and visualization of data patterns. Topics may include data generating processes, descriptive statistics, and graphic data representations.
Process Optimization and Prescriptive Analysis:
Introduction to simulation and optimization processes. How to address complex problems by using day to day operations data.  Topics may include deterministic and stochastic modeling for operations research, linear programming, production frontiers and theory of constraints.
Inferential Analysis:
Introduction to inferential statistics, optimization, group comparison, and probabilistic measures to inform decision-making processes. Topics may include probability, hypothesis testing, and linear regression of quantitative and qualitative data.
Applied Design Thinking (3 hrs):
Introduces students to the field of design, how designers approach and address issues, and explores design as a practice, process, proposal, and product.
Applied Design Principles and Practices (3 hrs):
Survey of design principles applicable to a variety of industries and professions.
Applied Design Research (3 hrs):
Apply generative, exploratory, and evaluative research methods used by designers to gather deep insights.

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