UNT at Frisco

Start your graduate journey at UNT at Frisco!

Frisco Landing is a UNT satellite campus in Frisco, Texas, providing state-of-the-art facilities to our students. Whether you are a current graduate student at UNT are seeking admission to one of the UNT graduate programs, staff and faculty are here to assist.

The G. Brint Ryan College of Business offers flexibility and opportunity through online and part-time programs at the Frisco campus, including select Master of Business Administration (MBA) and the Doctorate of Business Administration (DBA). Additionally, courses from other MBA and MS programs are offered at Frisco. The Frisco-based programs include:

The MBA in Business Administration has over a dozen concentrations that provide you with a breadth of knowledge in various business disciplines. You have the flexibility to customize your degree path to meet your career goals. The curriculum emphasizes skills and values essential to successful leadership: ethics, communication, teamwork, global perspectives, technology, problem recognition, and problem-solving.

MBA core courses from our online and part-time MBA programs are offered at our Frisco location. Schedule an appointment with a G. Brint Ryan College of Business Graduate Program Advisor for more information.

If taking a class on-campus in Frisco, you will meet one evening per week for the duration of the 16-week semester. Your class date will be assigned based on the course section for which you register.

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The MBA in Sports Entertainment Management is a 36-credit hour degree that contains 18 credit hours that concentrate exclusively on the sports entertainment industry, and allow students to completely immerse themselves in the sports industry by working directly for sport industry clients. In recent years, students have completed semester-long projects that range from partnership pitch decks, social media analytics reports, and employee training program proposals, to international brand strategy campaigns and event operations among others, all for industry clients such as the Dallas Cowboys, the PGA of America, the Dallas Mavericks, the Dallas Jackals, and many others. As all classes are grounded in the inverted classroom philosophy, lecturing by professors is kept at a minimum, allowing for many guest speaker appearances and extensive network opportunities. The capstone course in the program is a consultancy project in which students are asked to acquire their own client (support will be provided for those who need it), and work on a project with them directly, all to prepare our students for a successful career in the sports industry.

All face-to-face courses for the MBA in Sports Entertainment Management are offered at our Frisco location.

Anna Phelan is the advisor for the MBA in Sport Entertainment Management Frisco program. Prospective and admitted students should email her for assistance. 

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The Doctor of Business Administration (DBA) is the newest degree offered by the G. Brint Ryan College of Business, University of North Texas. This degree is designed for executives and managers who wish to enhance their knowledge and expertise within a research-driven framework.

This hybrid program can be completed in three years while working full-time. Classes meet on weekends, four times each semester at Frisco Landing, a state-of-the-art facility at UNT’s Frisco campus.

The DBA program opens diverse career options for executives and managers where graduates can:

  • Become thought leaders in their fields.
  • Advance in their current industry as consultants.
  • Lead new entrepreneurial ventures.
  • Join academia as business school faculty.
  • Use advanced research skills to analyze business problems within their current positions.

Prospective students can reach out via email to the G. Brint Ryan College of Business for more information.

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Contact an RCoB Graduate Program Advisor!

The G. Brint Ryan College of Business Graduate Program Advisors provide academic and administrative support to current and prospective students and help to maximize their time as they pursue their graduate degrees. Students are strongly encouraged to schedule regular appointments with advisors for questions concerning, but not limited to:

  • Application and admission requirements
  • Background course completion
  • Degree requirements
  • Policies and procedures
  • Probation & suspension
  • Other general advising questions and concerns

Schedule a virtual or in-person advising appointment at Frisco Landing (for current and prospective students) at: Schedule an individual appointment here.

For more information about our Frisco campus and its resources please visit: https://frisco.unt.edu/.