Current Courses

Get the Competitive Edge

Whether you're a working professional or a first-time student, UNT's New College offers something for you and gives you the knowledge and skills to succeed. The programs and classes have three essential components:

  • TECHNOLOGY that encourages collaboration
  • coursework that focuses on building COMMUNICATION skills
  • opportunities for INDUSTRY ENGAGEMENT in and out of the classroom

The following academic courses are for-credit classes offered at UNT's New College at Frisco for currently enrolled UNT students.

How to register

Find the courses at my.unt.edu.

  1. Select University of North Texas as your institution.
  2. Select Undergraduate or Graduate as the career of the classes you need.
  3. Select term.
  4. Enter the four-letter Subject name. (Example: CJUS)
  5. Enter the Course Number. (Example: 2600)
  6. Click Search.

Be sure to check with your academic advisor to see how the New College's courses fit into your academic degree plan. To take a course at UNT's New College, choose courses with Frisco as the location during registration.

See the full schedule of spring 2017 courses at the New College.

Summer 2017

3-Week: 5/15/17 - 6/1/17

Communication Studies
  • COMM 3920 Organizational Communication
Electives
  • KINE 3050 Biomechanics
  • MUGC 4980 Studies in Music

5-Week 1: 6/5/17 - 7/7/17

Communication Studies
  • COMM 4829 Topics in Interpersonal/Organizational Studies
Criminal Justice
  • CJUS 4360 Criminal Investigation
  • CJUS 4870 Special Topics
Recreation, Event and Sport Management
  • RESM 1950 Foundations of Recreation, Event and Sport Management
  • RESM 4340 Event Productions in Recreation, Event and Sport Management
  • RESM 4080 Legal Dimensions
Business Integrated Studies: Sports Management Focus
  • MGMT 3330 Communicating in Business
  • DSCI 3710 Business Statistics

5-Week 2: 7/10/17 - 8/11/17

Criminal Justice
  • CJUS 3330 Introduction to Criminalistics
  • CJUS 3600 Criminology
  • CJUS 3630 Drugs, Crime and Society
Recreation, Event and Sport Management
  • RESM 2150 Leadership in Recreation, Event and Sport Management
  • RESM 4180 Planning, Designing & Maintaining RESM Facilities
  • RESM 4800 Studies in Recreation, Event and Sport Management

10-Week: 6/5/17 - 8/11/17

Criminal Justice
  • CJUS 3330 Introduction to Criminalistics
Recreation, Event and Sport Management
  • RESM 4100 Internship in Recreation, Event and Sport Management

Graduate

Electives
  • MUGC 5890 STUDIES IN MUSIC
Ed.D. or Ph.D. in Educational Leadership
  • EDLE 6150 Ethics Social Justice Policy
  • EDLE 6160 Learning Communitiies

Fall 2017

Undergraduate

Business Integrated Studies: Sports Management Focus
  • MATH 1190 Business Calculus
  • MGMT 3720 Organizational Behavior
  • MGMT 4470 Leadership
  • MKMT 3650 Foundations of Marketing Practice
  • OPSM 3830 Operations Management
Communication Studies
  • COMM 3120 Nonverbal Communication
  • COMM 3320 Communication & Conflict Management
  • COMM 3420 Communication and New Technology
  • COMM 3920 Organizational Communication
Elementary Education (EC-6)
  • EDEE 4330 Science Grades EC-6
  • EDEE 4340 Sociatl Studies Grades EC-6
  • EDEE 4350 Math in Elementary GradesEC-8
  • EDRE 4860 Reading Language Arts
  • EDEE 4890 Inquiry into Classroom Practice
Learning Technologies
  • LTEC 3220 Computer Graphics in Education and Training
  • LTEC 4121 Technical Presentation Skills
  • LTEC 4800 Studies in Education
Health Promotion
  • HLTH 2000 Introduction to Public Health
  • HLTH 2400 Introduction to Global Health
  • HLTH 4300 Health Promotion in the Corporate Setting
  • HLTH 4600 Behavioral Change Strategies in Health Promotion
  • KINE 3080 Physiological Bases of Exercise and Sport
  • KINE 4300 Exercise Leaders
Journalism
  • JOUR 3410 Public Relations for Nonprofits
  • JOUR 4210 Sports Media Relations
  • JOUR 4270 Strategic Social Media
  • JOUR 4350 Sports Journalism
Recreation, Event and Sport Management
  • RESM 1950 Foundations of Recreation, Event and Sport Professions
  • RESM 2150 Leadership in Recreation, Event and Sport Management
  • RESM 4180 Planning, Designing, Maintaining RESM Facilities and Areas
  • RESM 4340 Event Production in the Recreation, Event and Sport Industries
  • RESM 4800 Studies in Recreation, Event and Sport Management
Urban Studies/Public Administration
  • PADM 3700 ISSUES IN PADM
  • PADM 3700 ISSUES IN PADM
  • PADM 3700 ISSUES IN PADM
Core Courses
  • ACCT 2010 Accounting Principles I
  • CHEM 1360 Context of Chemistry
  • ENGL 1310 College Writing I
  • TECM 2700 Technical Writing
Electives
  • HIST 4260 Topics in History
  • JAPN 1010 Elementary Japanese
  • HMGT 4300 Survey of Beverages in the Hospitality Industry

Graduate

M.B.A. in Marketing Analytics
  • ACCT 5130 Accounting for Management
  • MGMT 5140 Organizational Behavior & Analysis
  • MKTG 5150 Marketing Management
  • DSCI 5240 Data Mining
  • MKTG 5260 Marketing Metrics for Managers
M.B.A. in Business Studies with a focus in Sport, Entertainment and Event Management
  • RESM 5060 Areas and Facilities for Recreation and Sport
  • RESM 5520 STRA MKTG SPT EVNT
  • RESM 5610 SPT ENT EVNT 21-CENT
M.S. in Interdisciplinary Studies with a focus in Data Science 
  • INSD 5120 Introduction to Data Science
  • INSD 5130 Data Analytics I
  • INSD 5160 HVST STOR & RETRV DATA
M.A. in Design with Concentration in Interaction Design
  • ADES 5410 Foundations and Frameworks of Interaction Design
  • ADES 5420 Human-Centered Interaction Design I
  • ADES 5450 Data and Information Visualization and Design
Ed.D. or Ph.D. Educational Leadership
  • EDLE 6110 Theories of Organizational Development and Reform
  • EDLE 6130 Cultural Foundations in Educational Leadership
  • EDLE 6450 Public School Finance, Business Management, and Facilities
  • EDLE 6580 Administration and Supervision of the Instructional Program
Learning Technologies
  • LTEC 5121 CORP TR PRESENT SKILLS
  • LTEC 5260 COMP GRAPHICS
  • LTEC 5570 ETHICS IN COMP
Core Courses
  • TECM 5185 Principles of Technical Communication

Spring 2017

Undergraduate

Business Integrated Studies: Sports Management focus
  • BCIS 3610: Basic Information Systems
  • MGMT 3720: Organizational Behavior
  • MKTG 3650: Foundations of Marketing Practice
  • RESM 1950: Foundations of¬†Recreation, Event and Sport Professions
  • RESM 2150: Leadership in Recreation, Event and Sport Management
  • RESM 4180: Planning, Designing & Maintaining RESM Facilities
Criminal Justice
  • CJUS 3300: Police Systems
  • CJUS 3340: Computer Crime
  • CJUS 3400: Correctional Systems
  • CJUS 3600: Criminology
  • CJUS 3700: Ethical Issues in Criminal Justice
  • CJUS 4330: Domestic and International Terrorism
Communication Studies
  • COMM 3120: Nonverbal Communication
  • COMM 3320: Communication & Conflict Management
  • COMM 3720: Small Group Communication
Game Programming
  • CSCE 4210: Game Programming I
  • ART 4570: Topic: Player Centered Game Design
Journalism
  • JOUR 3410: Public Relations for Nonprofits
  • JOUR 4210: Topics: Media Performance for News & PR
  • JOUR 4210: Topics: Sports Media Relations
  • JOUR 4270: Strategic Social Media
Learning Technologies
  • LTEC 3220: Computer Graphics in Education & Training
  • LTEC 3260: Web Authoring
  • LTEC 3530: Data Communications
  • LTEC 4100: Computers in the Classroom
  • LTEC 4160: Advanced Computer Applications in Education & Training
Psychology
  • PSYC 3530: Psychology of the Offender
  • PSYC 3620: Developmental Psychology
  • PSYC 4600: History and Systems
Recreation, Event and Sport Management
  • RESM 1950: Foundations of Recreation, Event and Sport Professions
  • RESM 2150: Leadership in Recreation, Event and Sport Management
  • RESM 4050: Management Perspectives in Recreation, Event and Sport Industries
  • RESM 4100: Internship in RESM (4 sections)
  • RESM 4180: Planning, Designing & Maintaining RESM Facilities
  • RESM 4340: Event Production in RES
  • RESM 4800: Topics: Sports & Recreation Marketing
Urban Studies/Public Administration
  • PADM 3700: Issues in Public Administration, Topic: Race Issues in Film and Media
  • PADM 3700: Issues in Public Administration, Topic: Urban Planning and Sustainability
  • PADM 3700: Issues in Public Administration, Topic: Smart Cities and the Metropolis
Core Courses
  • ACCT 2010: Accounting Principles I
  • CHEM 1360: Context of Chemistry
  • ECON 1110: Principles of Macro Economics
  • ENGL 2220: World Literature
  • MATH 1190: Business Calculus
  • TECM 2700: Technical Writing
Electives
  • HIST 4262: Topics: Nazi Racial Policy
Special Courses
  • FINA 4650: Topics: Securities Series 7 Prep (Saturday course designed to help participants without a finance background prepare for careers as financial advisors and to prepare them to take the Series 7 exam, the general securities licensing exam required by the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority.)

 

Graduate

Ed.D. or Ph.D. Educational Leadership
  • EDLE 6100: Theories of Organizational Development & Reform
  • EDLE 6130: Cultural Foundations in Educational Leadership
M.B.A. in Marketing Analytics
  • DSCI 5180: Introduction to the Business Decision Process
  • DSCI 5360: Data Visualization
  • MGMT 5140: Organizational Behavior & Analysis
  • FINA 5170: Financial Management
Learning Technologies
  • LTEC 5020:Computers in Learning Technologies
  • LTEC 5160: Advanced Computer Applications in Ed. & Train
  • LTEC 5260: Computer Graphics for Mediated Communications
  • LTEC 5400: Learning Technologies Telecommunications
  • LTEC 5420: Web Authoring