Programs

Leadership of Community and Nonprofit Organizations Minor – Are you a practical idealist? Careers in the nonprofit sector use traditional business skills to serve the public good. Nonprofit organizations include local and international charities, international aid and disaster relief agencies, animal shelters, hospitals, universities, museums and churches. Learn more about UNT’s Nonprofit Studies program and find a career with a cause.

Volunteer and Community Resource Management certificate – The Volunteer and Community Resource Management Certificate is an official UNT credential that appears on student transcripts. It is designed for students who are specifically interested in working with volunteers to help address a particular community issue or need.

Alternate Dispute Resolution Minor – In today's world, employers want individuals skilled in negotiation and dispute resolution. Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) is a collection of proven, cost-effective strategies used to address disputes outside the courtroom. Sharpen your competitive edge by learning the skills used to resolve conflicts in marriage, business, education, the community, and in government.

Alternative Dispute Resolution certificate – The ADR Certificate is an excellent addition to your professional toolkit whether your ultimate career goals are in law, business, criminal justice, education, or another field.

MPA Program – The Master of Public Administration program delivers a combination of courses and practical experience that leads to entry-level management positions for students beginning their professional careers or for those seeking job advancement.

Ph.D. Program – The Doctor of Philosophy in Public Administration and Management prepares scholars for a university career in research teaching. The program is designed to provide a rigorous theoretical education founded in the profession public service.