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College of Business

College of Business

Eagle Business Network Breakfast: May 4
Each month, the College of Business hosts a special networking opportunity for alumni to come together, share ideas and learn from prominent business leaders in the DFW region. This May, we will a special breakfast by hosting a panel of young alum for a morning of lively discussions.

Bring your appetite and your business cards to the next Eagle Business Network Breakfast on Thursday, May 4 at Lawry’s in Dallas. For additional information, and to purchase ticket, visit the College of Business website: https://www.cob.unt.edu/eaglebusiness/

Annual logistics fundraiser set for May 19
Please join us for the Center for Logistics Education and Research’s 5th Annual Transportation Breakfast on Friday, May 19. The event, which will take place at Big Brothers Big Sisters in Irving, will begin with breakfast at 7:30 a.m. and feature guest speakers Chuck Cooperstein, Dallas Mavericks radio play-by-play, and John Sharp, group president for TFD Group Companies.

Following the program, attendees are invited to an open house at the home of logistics entrepreneur and longtime UNT logistics supporter William “Bill” LaMothe, chairman of the board for PGL. The event at his home provides an afternoon of networking and access to the annual AT&T Byron Nelson Championship golf tournament.

Tickets are on sale now for $99 a seat, or $699 for a table of eight. This is a great way to support our well-deserving students and have the opportunity to experience the PGL in a new light.  READ MORE…

MBA in Energy: coming fall 2017
Combine the integrated business perspective of an MBA and the specific tools for the energy industry with the College of Business’ newest MBA in Energy.

Coming this fall, you can prepare for one of the fastest-growing job markets in the region and world, here at UNT. From careers as a business stock analysts, to a logistics supply chain manger, an MBA in Energy will provide you with infinite possibilities.

Become a leader in the upstream energy industry and get ahead with the in-depth knowledge needed to succeed. For more information, email or call the College of Business MBA Advising Office at [email protected], or 940.369.8977.