New Programs

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UNT launched new programs to meet growing needs for workforce specialization.

For athletics fans, a Bachelor of Business Administration in sport entertainment management offers students the skills to manage sport organizations by building sport brands, developing corporate partnerships, engaging fans and managing talent.

The degree is housed in the G. Brint Ryan College of Business, which also provides a new Doctor of Business Administration degree aimed at working professionals who are passionate about business leadership. It immerses students in industry-focused research problems that will enable them to stand out in their fields.

For students who are interested in music but lack formal training, the Bachelor of Arts in critical studies in music and society, housed in the College of Music, will train them to communicate about the field to broad and diverse audiences and conduct research needed to answer the questions facing the industry today.