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    Jul 23, 2024  
2022-2023 Graduate Catalog 
2022-2023 Graduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

UNT at Frisco

UNT at Frisco*
12995 Preston Road
Frisco, TX 75033



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*As a branch campus of UNT, the accreditation status of UNT at Frisco is dependent on the continued accreditation of University of North Texas. UNT is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC) to award baccalaureate, masters, and doctorate degrees. To learn more about the accreditation status of UNT, visit the UNT University Accreditation web site (


UNT at Frisco - Inspire Park
6170 Research Rd.
Frisco, TX 75033



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Programs of Study

UNT at Frisco offers undergraduate programs in the following areas:

  • Applied Arts and Sciences, BAAS
  • Applied Project Design & Analysis, BS
  • Biology, BA/BS (UNT at Frisco-Inspire Park only)
  • Business Integrated Studies, BBA
  • Computer Science, BS
  • Consumer Experience Management, BS
  • Data Analytics undergraduate certificate
  • Data Science, BS
  • Education, BS (EC-6 with ESL certification) (UNT at Frisco and UNT at Frisco-Inspire Park)
  • Event Design and Experience Management, BS
  • Finance, BBA
  • General Business, BS
  • Hospitality Management, BS
  • Human Resource Management, BBA
  • Industrial Distribution, BS
  • Information Technology, BA
  • Integrative Studies, BA
  • Integrative Studies, BS
  • Journalism with a concentration in Public Relations, BA
  • Logistics and Supply Chain Management, BS
  • Marketing, BBA
  • Marketing with a concentration in Professional Selling, BBA
  • Project Design & Analysis, BS
  • Psychology, BA/BS
  • Sport Entertainment Management, BBA (hybrid program)

UNT at Frisco offers graduate programs in the following areas:

  • Advanced Data Analytics, MS
  • Business Analytics, MBA/MS
  • Business Administration, MBA (UNT at Frisco-Inspire Park only)
  • Counseling, MEd/MS
  • Data Analytics graduate certificate
  • Data Science, MS
  • Educational Leadership, EdD
  • Educational Leadership, PhD
  • Information Science, PhD (hybrid program)
  • Interdisciplinary Studies, MS
  • Interdisciplinary Studies, MA
  • Sport Entertainment Management, MBA

Academic Advising

Academic advising for students wanting to attend UNT at Frisco is available for students through their academic college. Please be sure to indicate to your advisor that you intend to be a Frisco student and would prefer a Frisco schedule. For academic advising office information, please use the following links: Undergraduate Advising Office Directory & Graduate Advising Directory.

Academic Success

Students can meet with an academic coach in Frisco Landing (Room 250) or virtually. Academic coaching can assist with study, test and note taking tips as well as time management, test anxiety and more. Set up an appointment for academic coaching via Navigate. The Writing Lab is available to all students to assist with grammar, punctuation, and citations, as well as theses and dissertations. Online tutoring is also available. Please visit the UNT Writing Center web page to schedule an appointment.

Career Services

Career and professional development workshops are frequently available each semester; check the UNT Frisco Events Calendar to see what’s coming up next. Career advising appointments can be made through your student account on Navigate. For additional questions email

Counseling Services

Counselors will be available on campus Thursday 8am-5pm. Services available are group workshops, therapy dogs and individual counseling. To make an appointment, call 940-565-2741 and ask for Frisco availability. For more information and resources including Therapy Assistance Online and anonymous mental health screenings, read more here

For after-hours needs, you may call the UNT Police at 940-565-3000 and ask for the On-Call Counselor.

For emergencies, please call 9-1-1.

Disability Accommodations

Students requesting reasonable accommodations for a disability should register through the Office of Disability Access (ODA) as a first step. Click here to start the process: Once you receive your Letter of Accommodations (LoA) from your ODA Coordinator, you’ll provide a copy of your LoA to each instructor at the start of every semester to begin receiving accommodations in your courses.

Food Pantry

Our food pantry is available for students who are dealing with food insecurities of varying levels. Confidentiality will be maintained for students visiting the food pantry, and where appropriate, referral to additional campus and/or community resources can be made. Ask about this service at the front desk or by calling 972-668-7100.

Financial Aid and Scholarships

Students with questions about financial aid or scholarships should be checking the Student Center regularly. To Do List Items and Holds will give detailed descriptions with next steps. Students can receive help on financial aid at UNT Frisco by contact the front desk at 972-668-7100. Students can also contact the Financial Aid and Scholarships Office directly at 940-565-2302 or by email at

Health and Wellness

Look for activities and workshops on the events calendar such as Fall Flu Shot Clinics, stress-reduction activities, dietitian consultations and more. Medical appointments can be held virtually through the Student Health and Wellness Center. Visit the Health Center Patient portal. A Nurse Hotline is available 24/7 to answer questions on treatment of medical issue or how to determine severity 214-266-8777.

Recreation and Fitness

Opportunities to join peers in recreational activity, look for monthly opportunities on the events calendar for items such as group exercise, personal fitness consultations, body composition testing, and more. Submit suggestions for future activities to

Student Organizations

As our campus grows, the need for specialized connections among students is becoming more and more important. Please contact if you would like to find other like-minded peers with common goals and create new student organizations for our campus.

Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteering to serve the community around us is a great way to make meaningful connections with our area partners, your peers, and within your field of interest. To find available service projects, check the events calendar, or email to propose a new project.

Occasionally other offices will visit our campus to deliver workshops, activities, or information such as Student Legal Services, Student Money Management Center, Off-Campus Student Services, Student Health and Wellness Center, etc. Watch the events calendar for updates on visits.