"The AFIT program is very competitive," said Stephen M. Swartz, UNT assistant professor of marketing.
"There is a huge difference between the minimum qualifications and what is needed compete for a position amongst the high quality of our pool of candidates -- you must meet at least a 3.8 graduate GPA and 700 on the GMAT."
Once accepted into UNT's
program, participants must maintain a 3.0 GPA in their doctoral program. UNT
was selected for this partnership on the basis of the quality of its programs, faculty -- some of whom are former AFIT faculty -- and its ability to provide a doctoral degree on a three-year timeframe.Two retired USAF lieutenant colonels and former AFIT faculty, Swartz
and Terrance L. Pohlen mentor participating officers throughout their doctoral program.