Frequently asked Questions for M.S in Hospitality Management

All applicant transcripts will be reviewed for course completion in Hospitality Management.   After the departmental review, applicants who have required leveling courses identified as part of their conditional admission will be notified of the specific coursework needed and if those courses must be completed prior to enrolling in graduate courses or if concurrent enrollment is approved. 

Yes, applicants have the opportunity to apply for competitive academic scholarships from CMHT.  The yearly deadline for applications is February 1. 

Students are also encouraged to seek scholarships from sources such as industry and professional associations. 

Students moving to Denton to attend UNT can live in UNT housing or off campus.

For Texas residents - refer to the UNT website for graduate tuition and fee cost. 

For non-Texas residents, refer to the Graduate Non-Resident tuition at the above website.

If a student is awarded a competitive academic scholarship at UNT of $1000 or more for the academic year, then the non-resident tuition is waived and the in-state tuition applies.  

Applications are accepted for a start date of Fall, Spring and Summer semester admission.  International students will follow the deadlines stated by UNT International Admissions office.

Domestic students will follow the deadlines stated by the Toulouse Graduate School.

NOTE:  Applications can be submitted after the stated date and will be processed but if all required application materials are not received in time or the review committee does not have time to meet, then the requested start date may be delayed to the following semester. 

GRE or GMAT official scores must be submitted to the Graduate School for the application review.  While there is not a minimum score required on the GRE or GMAT, competitive scores including the writing score are important as part of the review along with the applicant’s GPA, references and statement of purpose.