Are you a student who loves to get ahead?
Gain professional experience with industry leaders in UNT at Frisco's Project Design and Analysis degree program.
The Bachelor of Science degree in Project Design and Analysis (PDA) is an innovative cohort program designed for students like you who want to graduate fast with valuable work experience on their resume. Mark your calendar for one of UNT at Frisco’s upcoming PDA Info Sessions so you can learn more about a creative and career-minded degree that can be completed in three years.
By attending our information session, you can get UNT application fee waiver! Apply to the Project, Design & Analysis Program within a day from attending the event to qualify. Full details will be explained during the session.
Register for our next PDA Info Session to learn more!
- Meet the PDA team. They are there to support you every step of the way.
- Explore program curriculum. Learn about potential course projects and professional opportunities.
- Discover internship partners. Find your passion in a summer internship.
- Chat with program faculty. PDA faculty have rich professional and industry experiences.
- Start making connections now. Get to know your potential classmates.
Choose one of our up-coming FREE sessions. Sessions are offered virtually via Zoom with some in-person options. Weekday sessions are held from 6:00 - 8:00 p.m., and Saturday sessions are from 2:00 - 4:00 p.m.
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What’s a cohort?
It’s your project team for the next three years. If selected, you and your peers will take courses together and work with industry partners to help them achieve their goals. You’ll also get to observe work processes like Lean Six Sigma.
This degree will give you relevant, hands-on experience to gain a competitive edge in the job market for years to come. As a part of this degree program, you’ll participate in meaningful, project-based learning with a variety of businesses, agencies and community partners every semester. You’ll work collaboratively with a diverse group of peers on real-world projects and cover course material in greater depth.