UNT to begin offering new degree programs in retailing, public health this fall

Starting this fall, two new UNT degree programs will help industry fulfill critical needs. A bachelor's degree in retailing, offered by the College of Merchandising, Hospitality and Tourism, will prepare students to master the complexities of the retail marketplace, providing consumers with a seamless experience between in-store and online shopping. With this degree, UNT is the first university in the U.S. to integrate courses in the three main components of retailing: merchandising, digital retailing and operations.

UNT's public health degree, with focus areas including population studies and biological sciences, will complement other programs offered by the College of Education. It will put students on track to careers in hospitals, health departments and nonprofit health organizations and the cutting-edge of preventing disease outbreaks.