How to Register for Courses
Fall 2023 Registration
BAO has not opened Fall 2023 registration. We anticipate opening it around mid-July. Please check back for updates.
Summer 2023 Registration
Summer 2023 registration will open March 27, 2022. At that time, please follow the instructions below to request your permission code(s).
All incoming students can register beginning on April 17th.
How Many Classes Should Students Take?
- Consider how many hours you work a week. Don't forget to count time spent on work while you are at home or otherwise not in the office.
- How many hours do you work a week?
- Consider your family/home responsibilities. Do you have children or are you a caregiver for someone in your family? Are you currently helping your children with remote/virtual learning?
- What family/home responsibilities do you have?
- Consider financial aid requirements. In order to receive financial aid, you must be enrolled at least half-time, which is 5 semester credit hours. This means you will need to enroll in 2 classes per semester in order to receive financial aid.
- Plan to spend at least 9 hours a week on each course you enroll in. This means if you take two classes, you should plan to spend at least 18 hours a week on schoolwork. If you take three classes, you should plan to spend at least 27 hours a week on schoolwork.
- During the 10-week summer semester, please plan to spend at least 14 hours a week on each course you enroll in.
- How many hours a week can you devote to schoolwork?
- Plan for success. Students are often surprised that graduate coursework requires significantly more time, contemplation, and independent work than their undergraduate classes. Therefore, because we want all our students to be successful and pass their courses, and given that we are still experiencing a pandemic that sometimes causes unexpected changes in our schedules, we recommend taking a lighter, rather than a heavier load.
- We recommend that your coursework plus work hours not exceed 60 hours of work per week.
If you are unsure about how many classes to take after reviewing this information, please email BAO@unt.edu with any questions you may have or to set up a Zoom or phone appointment for advising.
How to Register for Courses
- Check the Course Sequence to see which class(es) you need to take next (GACT-ABA or MA program)
- Check this page to determine if the program registration is open.
- Once the program registration is open, email BAO@unt.edu to request a permission number for your course. You MUST include the following information in your email:
- Your UNT Student ID (eight-digit number)
- The class(es) you want to enroll in
- Keep in mind that you must register for at least two classes in order to receive financial aid.
- Register for your class(es) through my.unt.edu (use your UNT EUID to login). Click here for a step-by-step guide to registration.
- Make a payment for your class(es). You will receive an email when the charges are posted to your account. Be sure to pay on time or the UNT Registrar will drop you from your class(es).
- Purchase your textbook(s). Please purchase them as soon as possible so that you will have them before your class(es) start.
Important Semester Dates and Deadlines
For information on semester dates and deadlines, please visit the semester calendar on the Registrar's website.
- In the summer, we offer classes in the 10-week semester.
- Fall and Spring semesters are both 15 week semesters, with an exam week at the end of the semester.
Spring 2023 Course Information
Classes will begin at 12am CT on January 17th and run through 11:59pm on May 12th. Please login to Canvas with your UNT EUID and password to access your course(s). Courses will not be visible until semester starts.
Summer 2023 Course Information
Classes will begin at 12am CT on May 22nd and run through 11:59pm on July 28th. Please login to Canvas with your UNT EUID and password to access your course(s). Courses will not be visible until semester starts.
Click here to see which textbooks you will need for your course.
Please order your textbook(s) early! It is important to have your textbook(s) by the first day of class.