Master of Science in Library Science

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Master of Science in Library Science

The Master of Science with a major in Library Science (MS-LS) is designed to provide students with the knowledge and skills needed for them to function as information professionals in a variety of libraries, including public libraries, academic libraries, or special libraries maintained by government agencies, corporations, law firms, medical centers, or museums. Students earning this degree will be prepared for a wide range of careers, such as reference librarian, technical services librarian, youth and children's librarian, archivist/special collections librarian, electronic resources librarian, cataloging/metadata librarian, instructional services librarian, law/legal librarian, digital/data curation librarian, etc.

Benefits of this Program

  • Earn a Master's Degree online (full-time or part-time)!
  • Increase your options and competitive edge in the workforce when you complete the program.

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  • Convenient. Earn a Master's Degree online!
  • Affordable. A 3-hour course costs approximately $1,421.45 for a Texas Resident.
  • Flexible. Log in any time and from any place. Online courses allow you to set your own schedule.
  • Adaptable. Working full time? Online courses make the most of your valuable time.
  • Respected. The Master of Science is nationally ranked and accredited by the American Library Association.

How does this program advance my career? This program is a perfect fit for:

  • The master's degree is offered in a residential format in Denton, in an off-campus format in Houston and at the UNT Dallas campus, and through the department's online program called the Web Institute. The master's program prepares information professionals for work in a variety of roles and application settings, including various information agencies and all types of libraries. In addition, the program prepares at a master's level individuals who wish to pursue study in the theoretical development of information science.

How does it work?

  • The MS in Information Science and the MS in Library Science both require 6 days of in person classroom attendance -- this program is "mostly" online.
  • This program of study is intended to prepare graduates to work with archives and records management as well as digital imaging technology from production and organization to copyright and network design. The program includes the production archival and preservation of records, photographs, digital images, digital information databases, medical records etc. It equips students with important skill sets for current and future library and museum information professionals. In addition, the program prepares individuals to assume positions as experts in the broader markets of libraries, archives, and information centers. An integral part of the educational experience for the students enrolled in the program is the opportunity to work as interns at area museums, archives, and information centers.
  • Students enrolled in the program of study are required to complete the three program core courses, two major core courses and at least four courses from various areas of study.

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UNT Discovery Park, 2nd Floor, Suite C232
3940 North Elm Street
Denton TX, 76207 

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Master of Science in Learning Technologies

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Online MS in Learning Technologies

The Learning Technologies Master’s program provides tracks in Career and Technical Education (CTE), Evaluation and Research (ER), Instructional Systems (IS), Instructional Systems Technology (IST), Instructional Systems Design (ISD), Project Management (PM), Teaching and Learning with Technology (TLT), Team Science (TS), and Workforce Leadership (WFL).

All tracks are offered in both the normal and the new accelerated online degree formats. Eight of the twelve courses are delivered in 8-week segments allowing students to accelerate degree completion. The accelerated offering is designed for working professionals, provides upward mobility in your career, and guides you toward a more successful future in as little as 14 months.

The Master’s program prepares graduates for dynamic roles in the field of Learning Technologies in both academic and corporate settings.

Benefits of this Program

  • Earn a Master's Degree online (full-time or part-time)!
  • Increase your options and competitive edge in the workforce when you complete the program.
  • Students majoring in Strategic Management have numerous opportunities to participate in professional organizations. Among these are Students in Free Enterprise (SIFE), the Institute for Supply Management (ISM) , and the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM).

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  • Convenient. Earn a Master's Degree online!
  • Affordable. A 3-hour course costs approximately $1,424.45 for a Texas Resident.
  • Flexible. Log in any time and from any place. Online courses allow you to set your own schedule.
  • Adaptable. Working full time? Online courses make the most of your valuable time.
  • Respected. Research is an important aspect of the Learning Technologies Department. Research projects increase the knowledge within our field while allowing graduate students to be actively involved in projects that enhance their educational experience.

How does this program advance my career? This program is a perfect fit for:

The program prepares students to work in settings where they can:

  • design courseware and media products to support teaching, learning, and training.
  • design and manage instructional systems and cyberinfrastructures.
  • develop instructional systems design plans and implementations.
  • analyze then solve educational and instructional technology issues.

During their coursework, students work collaboratively and individually as participants and practitioners to identify and solve instructional and educational questions and issues. They will use a variety of technology to assist them in the construction of learning technologies that are delivered in a variety of ways: e-learning, technology-based learning environments, distributed learning paradigms, computer-mediated communication, and telecommunications. Graduates of the program will:

  • be able to create instructional systems for learners based on knowledge of human information processing.
  • be able to describe the principles, theories, applications, and current trends in instructional and educational technology and predict the impact of these theories and trends on newer technologies.
  • demonstrate the ability to select and use appropriate forms of technology (desktop publishing, learning management systems, multimedia, social media, and video technology) to enhance teaching and learning.

How does it work?

The 36-semester-hour program, available online, is designed for students to gain a foundation in learning, instruction, and educational technologies to enhance and deliver the learning experience using technology. Courses focus on the study, analysis, design and integration of the use of technology to deliver instruction in various settings. In addition to the Master of Science (MS) degree, Program Certificate Add-Ons are available with 9 to 12 hours of study.

Graduates of the program are prepared for dynamic roles in both academic and corporate settings. Learning Technology is widely used in both of these environments today. This program provides tracks in Instructional Systems (IS), Instructional Systems Design (ISD), Instructional Systems Technology (IST), and Teaching and Learning with Technology (TLT).

The flexibility of online courses let you progress at your own pace, with course schedules and mentoring services designed to help you balance work, school, and home life. Whether you prefer to move forward quickly or take your time, you.ll get an advanced education, giving your career the momentum it needs to move forward.

Both faculty and students are widely published in leading journals and are active and visible participants in AACE, AECT, AERA, and ISTE as well as other organizations. Our faculty currently hold over $3 million in funded contracts and federal grants. UNT faculty are nationally known for their experience and insights into how Learning Technologies are changing the way education, learning, and training is created and delivered.

Each of the program's courses are designed to deliver upward mobility in your career and guide you toward a more successful future. Career opportunities include Instructional Designer, Manager of Learning Technologies, Instructional Systems Implementer, Course and Training Systems Designer, Support Specialist for Learning Management and Cyberinfrastructure Systems, and more. The MS degree also serves as a bridge for students into a Ph.D. in Learning Technologies.

UNT.s Learning Technologies degree measures up well when compared to other online programs. Affordable in-state and out-of-state tuition makes it a great value; and with the ability to graduate quickly online, you can reach your goals faster.

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Master of Science in Information Science

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Master of Science in Information Science

The Master of Science with a major in information science (MS-IS) is designed to provide students with the knowledge and skills needed for them to function as information professionals in a variety of information agencies, including Internet service providers, Web search portals, information processing services, or electronic publishing. Students earning this degree will be prepared for a wide range of careers, such as information broker, database analyst, chief information officer, user experience designer, information architect, knowledge manager, system librarian, health informatics specialist, information security analyst, web developer/web content manager, and information systems specialist.

Benefits of this Program

  • Earn a Master's Degree online (full-time or part-time)!
  • Increase your options and competitive edge in the workforce when you complete the program.

Worried that your busy lifestyle will get in the way of making your career goals a reality?

Our online program is the solution.

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  • Convenient. Earn a Master's Degree online!
  • Affordable. A 3-hour course costs approximately $1,421.45 for a Texas Resident.
  • Flexible. Log in any time and from any place. Online courses allow you to set your own schedule.
  • Adaptable. Working full time? Online courses make the most of your valuable time.
  • Respected. The Master of Science is nationally ranked and accredited by the American Library Association.

How does this program advance my career? This program is a perfect fit for:

  • The master's degree is offered in a residential format in Denton, in an off-campus format in Houston and at the UNT Dallas campus, and through the department's online program called the Web Institute. The master's program prepares information professionals for work in a variety of roles and application settings, including various information agencies and all types of libraries. In addition, the program prepares at a master's level individuals who wish to pursue study in the theoretical development of information science.

How does it work?

  • The MS in Information Science and the MS in Library Science both require 6 days of in person classroom attendance -- this program is "mostly" online.
  • This program of study is intended to prepare graduates to work with archives and records management as well as digital imaging technology from production and organization to copyright and network design. The program includes the production archival and preservation of records, photographs, digital images, digital information databases, medical records etc. It equips students with important skill sets for current and future library and museum information professionals. In addition, the program prepares individuals to assume positions as experts in the broader markets of libraries, archives, and information centers. An integral part of the educational experience for the students enrolled in the program is the opportunity to work as interns at area museums, archives, and information centers.
  • Students enrolled in the program of study are required to complete the three program core courses, two major core courses and at least four courses from various areas of study.

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MS in Applied Technology and Performance Improvement

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Master of Science in Applied Technology & Performance Improvement

The Master of Science degree is designed for those professionals who are seeking careers in the field of training and development or who are currently working in the corporate sector in some aspect of corporate training: human resource management, curriculum design, delivery and/or evaluation. Students seeking this option are advised to also earn the "Basic Corporate Training Certificate" and "Advanced Corporate Training Certificate" concurrently.

Benefits of this Program

Our faculty prescribes to the Academy of Human Resource Development's standards on Ethics and Integrity, and Graduate Program Excellence.

UNT offers students a Master of Science degree in Workforce Learning & Performance (WLP). It is a 100% Internet-based degree: there are no on-campus classroom sessions!

The Master of Science degree with a major in Workforce Learning & Performance is designed for those professionals who are seeking careers in the field of training and development. This 36 semester hour program consists of coursework in needs analysis and training analysis, introduction to training and development, facilitation skills, research, diversity, curriculum theory, and program evaluation.

A student may enroll for one semester without an approved GRE score. Students must submit a GRE score before being officially admitted to the Master's program (see below for more information regarding GRE score).

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  • Convenient. Earn a Master's Degree in less time.
  • Affordable. A 3-hour course costs approximately $1,424.45 for a Texas Resident.
  • Flexible. Log in any time and from any place. Online courses allow you to set your own schedule.
  • Adaptable. Working full time? Online courses make the most of your valuable time.
  • Respected. Research is an important aspect of the Learning Technologies Department. Research projects increase the knowledge within our field while allowing graduate students to be actively involved in projects that enhance their educational experience.

How does this program advance my career? This program is a perfect fit for:

  • Students interested in a Master's degree in Workforce Learning & Performance
  • Non-Degree Seeking Students

How does it work?

  • Our faculty prescribes to the Academy of Human Resource Development's standards on Ethics and Integrity, and Graduate Program Excellence.
  • UNT offers students a Master of Science degree in Workforce Learning & Performance (WLP). It is a 100% Internet-based degree: there are no on-campus classroom sessions!
  • The Master of Science degree with a major in Workforce Learning & Performance is designed for those professionals who are seeking careers in the field of training and development. This 36 semester hour program consists of coursework in needs analysis and training analysis, introduction to training and development, facilitation skills, research, diversity, curriculum theory, and program evaluation.
  • A student may enroll for one semester without an approved GRE score. Students must submit a GRE score before being officially admitted to the Master's program (see below for more information regarding GRE score).

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UNT Discovery Park, 1st Floor, G Wing, Suite 150
3940 North Elm Street
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MS in Educational Psychology - Concentration in Gifted and Talented (GT)

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Master of Science in Educational Psychology - Online Concentration in Gifted & Talented (GT)

The "Executive Summer-to-Summer" program consists of 33 hours, all of which are available online. Courses begin in May (other start dates are also possible) and include rotations of consecutive 3-week, 5-week, and 8-week courses. The flexibility of this program makes it ideal for the classroom teacher. The gifted and talented certificate may be earned concurrently with the master's degree in Educational Psychology or as a certificate-only option if the candidate already has a master's degree.

Benefits of this Program

  • Earn a Master's Degree in 15 months. Begin one summer and graduate the next summer!
  • Increase your options and competitive edge in the workforce when you complete the program.
  • Receive partial funding during your year of graduate study (upon eligibility).

Worried that your busy lifestyle will get in the way of making your career goals a reality?

Our online program is the solution.

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  • Convenient. Earn a Master's Degree in less time. Most students complete their graduate degree in 15 months!
  • Affordable. A 3-hour course costs approximately $1,400. A one-time departmental award of $1,000 is available to qualifying students.
  • Flexible. Log in any time and from any place. Online courses allow you to set your own schedule.
  • Adaptable. Working full time as an educator? Take up to 4 accelerated courses in the summer months and 2 courses each fall and spring to graduate on time.
  • Respected. Alumni of UNT's Educational Psychology department have been at the forefront of educational programming in Texas and other states.

How does this program advance my career? This program is a perfect fit for:

  • This concentration prepares students for a variety of leadership roles in schools, including as a teacher of the gifted (if the student already holds a teaching certification), program coordinator, curriculum specialist, and state education agency director, among others. This degree prepares students to sit for the Texas Examination of Educator Standards (TExES) Gifted and Talented Supplemental Certificate and also provides students with a Graduate Academic Certificate in Gifted Education (GACT-GATE) if requested and applied for. Graduates will also be prepared for doctoral coursework in this area, should they decide to continue their education.

How does it work?

  • The 33-hour Master of Science in Educational Psychology - Online Concentration in Gifted & Talented (GT) requires two departmental core courses (6 hours), six courses (18 hours) within the concentration area, six hours of electives (selected in consultation with advisor) and a 3-hour Capstone.
  • Online course schedule rotates throughout fall, summer, and spring with many courses offered each semester -- allowing you to easily fit the courses offered to your personal schedule.
  • If you begin your journey during one summer you will be able to graduate the next summer!

U.S. News and World Report ranked the College of Education 13th in the nation for Best Online Graduate Education Programs.

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MS in Educational Psychology - Concentration in Research & Evaluation

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Master of Science in Educational Psychology - Online Concentration in Research and Evaluation (R&E)

The master’s degree program in research and evaluation (R&E) prepares graduates to work with public or private organizations. For those employed by educational institutions (such as school districts, higher educational institutions, or non-profit organizations) as administrators, or desiring to become administrators either in K-12 as evaluators or in higher education as institutional researchers, the R&E master’s degree will help you understand how to design evaluations, collect data to determine the efficacy of programs or initiatives, properly measure outcomes to assess important features. For those working in the development of research programs and implementing grant proposals, the master’s degree in R&E will position you to evaluate and provide information to policy makers and other stakeholders so that they can make important decisions about funding, continuation of programs, changes that need to be made to improve educational efforts based on empirical data analysis and interpretation. Position yourself to be the go-to person in your educational organization in understanding why and how your educational programs are working, for whom they work, and if changes are required.

Benefits of this Program

  • Learn sound statistical principles and how they are applicable to educational evaluation and research.
  • Integrate both qualitative and quantitative methods for investigation, analysis, and interpretation of educational program outcomes.
  • Employ different types of evaluation designs that are appropriate for the program and institution being evaluated.
  • Prepare yourself for entry into a doctoral program that focuses on educational research that would permit you to become an advanced research methodologist, statistician, or measurement/psychometric specialist; opening up to you a wide variety of research positions that offer flexibility and the opportunity to follow your own interests and implement your own investigations for research.
  • Earn a Master's Degree in 15 months. Begin one summer and graduate the next summer!
  • Increase your options and competitive edge in the workforce when you complete the program.
  • Receive partial funding during your year of graduate study (upon eligibility).

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  • Convenient. Earn a Master's Degree in less time. Most students complete their graduate degree in 15 months!
  • Affordable. A 3-hour course costs approximately $1,400. A one-time departmental award of $1,000 is available to qualifying students.
  • Flexible. Log in any time and from any place. Online courses allow you to set your own schedule.
  • Adaptable. Working full time as an educator? Take up to 4 accelerated courses in the summer months and 2 courses each fall and spring to graduate on time.
  • Respected. Alumni of UNT's Educational Psychology department have been at the forefront of educational programming in Texas and other states.

How does this program advance my career? This program is a perfect fit for:

  • In this program, you will learn the nature of research, evaluation and analysis, and gain an understanding of how to create, administer and assess individuals and programs. You will learn the nature of statistics both descriptive and inferential, as well as how to determine whether the results of a research initiative are significant or due to other factors. This program prepares you to work with public or private organizations, to assist in the development of research and other types of grant proposals, and to focus on the evaluation of proposals. You will be able to provide information to policyholders who make decisions about whether to commit funds to different efforts based on an empirical statistical analysis. This program may be completed fully online or with a combination of online and face to face courses per adviser's directions.

How does it work?

  • The 33-hour Master of Science in Educational Psychology - Online Concentration in Research and Evaluation (R&E) requires two departmental core courses (6 hours), three common courses in special education (9 hours), and a minimum of six courses (18 hours) within the concentration area).
  • Online course schedule rotates throughout Fall, Summer, and Spring with many courses offered each semester -- allowing you to easily fit the courses offered to your personal schedule.
  • If you begin your journey during one summer you will be able to graduate the next summer!

U.S. News and World Report ranked the College of Education 13th in the nation for Best Online Graduate Education Programs.

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Med in Special Education - Online Concentration in Educational Diagnostician

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MEd in Special Education - Online Concentration in Educational Diagnostician

UNT offers certification as an educational diagnostician through an online venue. The educational diagnostician certificate may be earned concurrently with a master of special education or as a certification-only option if the candidate already has a master's degree. The M.Ed. in Special Education program consists of 33 hours all of which are available online. Some Saturday seminars are required of the two practicum courses. Though you can begin coursework any semester, begin taking courses in the summer, and the coursework can be completed in 15 months: Begin your journey one summer and graduate the next summer!

Benefits of this Program

  • Earn a Master's Degree in 15 months. Begin one summer and graduate the next summer!
  • Increase your options and competitive edge in the workforce when you complete the program.
  • Receive partial funding during your year of graduate study (upon eligibility).
  • The M.Ed. in Special Education program is National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE) approved.

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  • Convenient. Earn a Master's Degree in less time. Most students complete their graduate degree in 15 months!
  • Affordable. A 3-hour course costs approximately $1,400. A one-time departmental award of $1,000 is available to qualifying students.
  • Flexible. Log in any time and from any place. Online courses allow you to set your own schedule.
  • Adaptable. Working full time as an educator? Take up to 4 accelerated courses in the summer months and 2 courses each fall and spring to graduate on time.
  • Respected. Alumni of UNT's Educational Psychology department have been at the forefront of educational programming in Texas and other states.

How does this program advance my career? This program is a perfect fit for:

  • This concentration is designed for students who want to be employed as an Educational Diagnostician or for teachers who are interested in assessment issues in the classroom. You will learn to assess and diagnose the special learning needs of students using a variety of standardized assessments and curriculum based assessments as well as provide consultation and prevention and intervention strategies within an educational setting. Upon completion of the degree requirements, students will be certified to administer standardized tests including the WISC-IV, Standford-Binet V, KABC, WJ-ACH, WIAT-III and various other individual measurements.
  • Students seeking this degree have good organization skills; an ability to relate well with parents, administrators, teachers and students of all ages; ability to resolve conflicts; and ability to handle multiple tasks simultaneously. With this degree, you can collaborate with a team of professionals from several different backgrounds and use your expertise to make the best educational decisions for placing students with special learning needs. Many students work in independent school districts as educational diagnosticians.

How does it work?

  • The 33-hour MEd in Special Education - Online Concentration in Educational Diagnostician requires two departmental core courses (6 hours), three common courses in special education (9 hours), and a minimum of six courses (18 hours) within the concentration area.
  • Online course schedule rotates throughout fall, summer, and spring with many courses offered each semester -- allowing you to easily fit the courses offered to your personal schedule.
  • If you begin your journey during one summer you will be able to graduate the next summer.

U.S. News and World Report ranked the College of Education 13th in the nation for Best Online Graduate Education Programs.

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MEd in Special Education - Online Concentration in Autism Intervention

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Online MEd in Special Education - Concentration in Autism Intervention

This one-year online program is accredited by the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP) and is designed to prepare personnel in evidence-based practices to work with individuals diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) in various capacities. Personnel may resume roles as classroom teachers*, autism specialists in public school settings or other related professions (e.g., social work, healthcare, mental health and rehabilitation), coordinator/case managers of home-based family services, life skills coach or professional advocate.

*A teacher certification may be earned through UNT's IMPACT Program.

Benefits of this Program

  • Earn a Master's Degree in 15 months. Begin one summer and graduate the following summer!
  • Increase your options and competitive edge in the workforce when you complete the program.
  • Receive partial funding during your year of graduate study (upon eligibility).

Worried that your busy lifestyle will get in the way of making your career goals a reality?

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  • Convenient. Earn a Master's Degree in less time. Most students complete their graduate degree in 15 months!
  • Affordable. A 3-hour course costs approximately $1,400. A one-time departmental award of $1,000 is available to qualifying students.
  • Flexible. Log in any time and from any place. Online courses allow you to set your own schedule.
  • Adaptable. Working full time as an educator? Take up to 4 accelerated courses in the summer months and 2 courses each fall and spring to graduate on time.
  • Respected. Alumni of UNT's Educational Psychology department have been at the forefront of educational programming in Texas and other states.

How does this program advance my career? This program is a perfect fit for:

  • The master degree in Autism Intervention focuses on the preparation of personnel to resume roles in various capacities. Possible career paths may include but not limited to: classroom educator, autism specialist in public school settings or other related professions (e.g., social work, healthcare, mental health and rehabilitation), coordinator or case manager of home-based family services, professional advocate or life skills coach, and coordinator or case manager of home-based practices in autism spectrum disorders (ASD).

How does it work?

  • The 33-hour MEd in Special Education - Online Concentration in Autism Intervention (AI) requires two departmental core courses (6 hours), three common courses in special education (9 hours), and a minimum of six courses (18 hours) within the concentration area).
  • Online course schedule rotates throughout fall, summer, and spring with many courses offered each semester -- allowing you to easily fit the courses offered to your personal schedule.
  • If you begin your journey during one summer you will be able to graduate the following summer!

U.S. News and World Report ranked the College of Education 13th in the nation for Best Online Graduate Education Programs.

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MBA in Marketing

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Online MBA in Marketing

The University of North Texas' Department of Marketing and Logistics offers programs that are attuned to the business arena in the Dallas-Fort Worth region and across the nation. The MBA in Marketing provides you with the breadth of a traditional MBA coupled with the ability to specialize in Marketing. The curriculum is designed to provide you with an excellent conceptual foundation and managerial skills. You can choose a full-time or part-time program leading to the MBA.

Career opportunities after you complete the MBA program through the Department of Marketing and Logistics are very good. An MBA with a concentration in Marketing supports growth and development from two perspectives. One, if you have an established career path, the marketing concentration provides you the opportunity to gain the broader, more general perspective necessary for promotion to leading managerial positions. Or, if you are preparing for the business world, the combination of an undergraduate degree with an MBA concentration in Marketing provides an excellent foundation for additional career opportunities.

Benefits of this Program

  • Earn a Master's Degree online (full-time or part-time)!
  • Increase your options and competitive edge in the workforce when you complete the program.
  • Marketing MBA students who meet the academic qualifications are eligible for membership in Mu Kappa Tau, the National Honor Society for Marketing. The department also sponsors two student organizations that are available for graduate students, the American Marketing Association, and the Logistics Students Association.

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  • Convenient. Earn a Master's Degree online!
  • Affordable. The cost for a Texas Resident in the MBA program is $1,621.61 for a 3-hours course.
  • Flexible. Log in any time and from any place. Online courses allow you to set your own schedule.
  • Adaptable. Working full time? You can choose to be a full-time or part-time student.
  • Respected. Alumni of UNT's Marketing department have an abundance of career possibilities with an MBA in Marketing.

How does this program advance my career? This program is a perfect fit for:

  • In this MBA program, you will receive the necessary foundation for many career possibilities. Graduates will be strong candidates for account managers, advertising executives, brand managers, buyers, directors of business development, logistics planning managers, market researchers, merchandising analysts, new product managers, retail marketing managers, and sales managers to mention just a few of the relevant positions.

How does it work?

  • This should read: The 36-hour MBA in Marketing requires six core courses (18 hours), two required Marketing courses (6 hours), three supporting courses (9 hours), and one elective course (3 hours) chosen in consultation with the departmental advisor.
  • Online course schedule rotates throughout Fall, Summer, and Spring with many courses offered each semester -- allowing you to easily fit the courses offered to your personal schedule.

For more information on careers and companies recruiting graduates from this program, contact Brian Hirsch, MBA/MS Career Advisor, at (940) 369-7238

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Master of Science in Applied Anthropology

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Achieve Your Online Master of Science in Applied Anthropology

The online master’s program offered by UNT’s Department of Anthropology was created to serve students who are unable to attend an on-campus master's program due to geographic, work and/or family constraints. Among other groups, we hope to attract students with diverse backgrounds who have been historically underrepresented in anthropology. This program was created by the UNT anthropology faculty using innovative pedagogical designs that maintain the rigor of a fully face-to-face program while making it more accessible. We offer both an MA and an MS degree in Applied Anthropology.

UNT has a large number of online courses, and the department draws heavily on this great pool of knowledge when developing and revising our online program. The department of anthropology is a member in good standing of the American Anthropological Association as well as the Consortium of Practicing and Applied Anthropology Programs.

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The MS in Applied Anthropology offers:

  • Master of Science in Applied Anthropology (36 hours)
    For the Master of Science degree, students fulfill the 36 hours of degree requirements including a course in an additional skill appropriate to their area of interest.

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Benefits of this Program

The program can be completed in three years. In order to do so, students take two classes each fall and spring semester, for a total of twelve classes. The workload was designed to be manageable for students who are juggling work, family, and educational responsibilities. If applying for financial aid, you may have to enroll full time (3 courses/semester).

All courses are fully online. Students are required to come to the UNT campus twice. At the beginning of the program, there is a two-day on-campus orientation for new students. At the end of their final semester, all graduating students come to UNT to give a verbal presentation about their applied thesis project and share in each others’ successes.

Quote from a new student:
"You … have crafted such a well-designed program that provides accountability for both of us, not to mention a terrific breadth of courses… I am also looking forward to the mentoring and guidance you offer. It is what will separate those who obtain a degree, from those who ultimately get a job. This is exactly what was lacking for me at [university]. I cannot thank you enough."

Worried that your busy lifestyle will get in the way of making your career goals a reality?

Our online program is the solution.

  • Convenient. Log in at any time from any place.
  • Affordable. Costs $1,421.45 per 3-hour course for Texas residents – an excellent value for a master's degree.
  • Flexible. Online courses (and various degree concentrations) allow you to set your own schedule.
  • Adaptable. This program can be completed within three years if students take two classes each fall and spring semester.
  • Respected. Accredited with American Anthropological Association along with Consortium of Practicing and Applied Anthropology Programs.

How does this program advance my career? This program is a perfect fit for:

  • Students who reside outside of the geographic area, where online courses will enable them to complete their degree easily.
  • Students who prefer the freedom to work at their own pace.
  • Students who must work full time and require the flexibility of online courses

How does it work?

For the Master of Science degree, students fulfill the 36 hours of degree requirements including a course in an additional skill appropriate to their area of interest.

Most students take two courses per semester due to workload and other commitments. However, UNT considers two courses per semester to be part-time status. Financial aid may require full-time status, which is 9 hours per semester.

In designing the online master's program, our main concern was that students receive a high-quality learning experience. To this end, we have utilized innovative virtual pedagogy in the development and delivery of our program.

Our courses are designed to provide students with expertise in anthropological theories, methods, and applications. Each course incorporates a unique mix of readings, asynchronous and synchronous group discussions, teleconferences, guest speakers, individual projects, and/or group projects. This mix of pedagogical approaches attends to the diverse learning styles that students bring to the program. All have been adapted to the online environment in creative ways.

Outside of class, students receive personal mentoring from their faculty advisor. Advisors help students plan their electives and work closely with them during the applied thesis. The applied thesis is a client project that helps position students for their career.

In addition, students interact with their peers by joining an online community that includes all students in the program. Participating in this community of practice enables students to learn from each other, and assists in their professional development.

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Department of Anthropology
410 Ave. C, Chilton Hall, Suite 330
Denton TX, 76201

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