The School of Business’s Master of Business Administration program will challenge students to see the world in a more connected manner. This 30 semester hour program prepares students to master the modern business world, to enrich their environment, and to enjoy their chosen field more fully. Graduates will demonstrate leadership skills, managerial acumen, sound financial and accounting strategies, and interpersonal expertise.


Our cohort-style courses offer you the opportunity to learn with a team and the flexibility to cater the program to your schedule. Online leveling courses with on-site faculty members help you get up to speed as quickly and effectively as possible. To make the most of your time with us, most courses are offered in a hybrid format, providing the best of both the online and on-ground styles.

Our experienced and renowned faculty have a passion to provide the best education in the region. We focus on transforming business in the South Dallas area and beyond.  Our program is offered by the most passionate faculty at the lowest tuition rate in the area.


The UNT Dallas School of Business is committed to both excellence in business and excellence in leadership. Our service learning program insures that every graduate has proven experience. We know that hard work is the most important part to success in business, but that knowledge, practice and guidance are critical to making the most of that success. To that end, we emphasize the following areas in all our classes:

  • Researching the latest strategies and business principles that guide modern industries
  • Professional responsibility both on and off the job
  • Continual improvement through training and self-discovery

All of our students develop in each of these areas, allowing them to be much more valuable to employers and colleagues. We understand that the education process is much more than just obtaining a piece of paper, and we strive to impart both knowledge and the skills to acquire more knowledge in every class and with every new concept.


Joining our program offers a world of benefits:

  • Developing contacts with colleagues
  • Practicing a professional presence and bearing
  • Training from award winning faculty
  • Novel approaches to business and strategy
  • Expertise learned from faculty holding the highest certifications


  • Strategic Management – Our Strategic Management concentration provides students with the ability to articulate a clear vision and strategy for their organization.  This concentration allows students to apply that ability to small businesses, large businesses, or anything in between.
  • Accounting – Our Accounting concentration provides needed additional coursework for graduates with accounting degrees who want to qualify for the Certified Public Accountancy exam.
  • Human Resources – Our Human Resources concentration provides the fulfillment of a passion for understanding people’s roles in business. Driven by the same award winning principles as our undergraduate program, it provides all the opportunities for success needed.


  1. Submit an application for the graduate school through Apply Texas (
  2. Select the degree program
    1. UNT Dallas Graduate School
    2. Master of Business Administration
    3. Select your concentration
  3. Provide official transcripts from all colleges and universities that you've attended


Two or more of the following will allow for conditional admission, and all three may allow for unconditional admission:

  • An undergraduate GPA of 3.0 on the last 60 hours prior to receiving a bachelor’s or a GPA of 3.4 on 12 or more graduate classes
  • 4 or more years appropriate professional, managerial, or military experience
  • Completion of 60% of the program's background courses or their equivalent with a grade of 'B' or higher


The MBA Program is designed to progress you seamlessly from one set of content areas to the next.  We invite you to work with us to adjust these courses to best fit your schedule and interests.  However, by following our recommended schedule, you can graduate in as little as 12 months!

  • Leveling Courses for non-business baccalaureates (12 hours)
    • ACCT 5020 - Accumulation and Analysis of Accounting Data
    • BLAW 5050 - Legal, Regulatory, and Ethical Environment of Business
    • DSCI 5010 - Statistical Analysis
    • ECON 5000 - Economic Concepts
    • FINA 5040 - Introduction to Finance and Financial Mathematics
    • MGMT 5070 - Management Issues
  • Core Courses (18 hours)
    • ACCT 5130 or ACCT 5110 - Accounting for Management or Accounting Research (Accounting concentration only)
    • BUSI 5190 - Administrative Strategy
    • ECON 5140 - Managerial Economics
    • FINA 5170 - Financial Management
    • MGMT 5870 - Leadership and Change
    • MKTG 5150 - Marketing Management
  • Concentration Courses (12 hours)
    • Strategic Management
      • ACCT 5200 - Professional Ethics and Corporate Governance (required)
      • MGMT 5120 - Managing Organizational Design and Change
      • MGMT 5240 - Project Management
      • MGMT 5300 - Entrepreneurship and Venture Management
      • MGMT 5660 - International Management
    • Human Resources and Organizational Behavior
      • MGMT 5140 - Organizational Behavior and Analysis (required)
      • MGMT 5120 - Managing Organizational Design and Change
      • MGMT 5310 - Employment, Placement, and Personnel Planning
      • MGMT 5320 - Seminar in Compensation and Motivation Theory
    • Accounting
      • ACCT 5150 - The Development of Accounting Theory (required)
      • ACCT 5200 - Professional Ethics and Corporate Governance (required)
      • ACCT 5300 - Federal Taxation of Income (required)
      • ACCT 5470 - Auditing Advanced Theory (required)


More information

For more information about the program, the application process or any of the specializations, please contact Dr. Theodore Larson at

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