The Office of Graduate Admissions at the University of North Texas at Dallas offers prospective students an inside view of a day in the actual life of a graduate student. Students who are contemplating the pursuit of the master’s degree will receive the opportunity to experience and observe a graduate level course in their intended degree before applying to the university. This program is designed with you in mind! Prospective students will be able to take notes, ask questions (at the end of the course) and speak with actual graduate students who are in the class! Our graduate programs are professional, strategic, and hands-on, and will provide you with real world experiences that can be applied to learning. The Graduate Student for a Day program will include:

  • Tour of UNT Dallas campus
  • Unofficial transcript evaluation
  • Application fee waiver (must apply for next available semester)
  • UNT Dallas giveaways
  • Refreshments!

If you are interested in participating in the UNT Dallas Graduate Student for a Day program, please contact the Graduate Recruitment Coordinator Shaniece Miller, at 972-338-1746 or email GradSchool@untdallas.edu for more details, dates and times that the program will be available for observation. 


Business Administration (MBA)
MGMT 5140

Organizational Behavior and Analysis
Sat. 9:00a.m.-11:50a.m.
Dr. Frances Conner

MGMT 5140
Organizational Behavior and Analysis
Sat.1:00p.m.-3:50p.m.
Dr. Frances Conner


Master of Education (M.Ed.) in Educational Leadership
EDAD 5390

Campus Level School Law
Monday. 7:00pm-9:50pm
TBA


Master of Education (M.Ed.) in Curriculum and Instruction
EDAD 5390

Campus Level School Law
Monday, 7:00pm-9:50pm
TBA
 

ILP (Individual Learning Experience)
Christine Pruitt
Teacher Certification Officer


Master of Education (M.Ed.) in School Counseling
Master of Science (M.S.) in Clinical Mental Health Counseling

COUN 5680
Basic Counseling Skills
Wed. 7:00pm-9:50pm
Dr. Trigg Even


Master of Science (MS) in Public Leadership 
PLDR 5320

Public Survey and Society
Mon. 6:00p.m. – 8:50p.m.
Michael Williams


Master of Science (M.S.) in Criminal Justice
ILP (Individual Learning Experience)
Dr. Aaron Bartula
Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice