The most degree choices
in the North Texas region
We have 99 bachelor’s, 83 master’s and 36 doctoral degrees, but more importantly, we have your degree.
No matter which of our programs you choose, you can be sure that it’s outstanding. We’ve been recognized as a Best University by Forbes, and The Princeton Review annually names us a Best in the West university.
Do you know who else thinks we're awesome? Our 37,000 students.
Find your degree at UNT
“I knew in high school that I was interested in forensics, but my insect biology class at UNT helped me discover that I have a real passion for entomology. By providing a variety of classes in the forensic field, and a certificate in forensic science, UNT is preparing me for my dream job of becoming a forensic entomologist.”
Biology and Forensic Science major
At UNT, you can take engineering classes from National Academy of Engineers members, polish your writing with help from a Pulitzer Prize nominee, conduct research under National Science Foundation grant recipients, or study music under Grammy or Emmy award-winning instructors.
But you shouldn’t be intimidated by impressive titles or lists of awards. Our faculty members are friendly and approachable. Stop to talk after class, visit them during office hours or pick their brain over a cup of delicious coffee.
outside the box
Our faculty members are always looking for ways to bring class material to life, whether it means moving the class outdoors or encouraging in-depth discussion.
Rise to the
If you’re looking for new ways to push yourself, UNT is the perfect place for you. You can take part in research activities, help make the campus a better place by becoming a student leader or apply to join our Honors College to take special courses with other highly talented students.
If intellectual pursuits are your passion, you’ll love being part of the Honors College. Smaller, Honors-only classes fuel stimulating discussions. You can live in Rawlins Hall, an academic community unlike anything else you’ll find on campus.
No limits for freshmen
While other universities reserve research opportunities for upperclassman, at UNT you can participate in university research as a freshman.
Cutting edge electronic music and art combine to create one-of-a-kind performances in our multimedia theatre. At Discovery Park campus, engineering faculty and students test the next generation of sustainable materials in the Zero Energy Laboratory.
In a state-of-the-art facility on our main campus, researchers are using patented technology to examine individual cancer cells, while logistics students in the Business Leadership Building use interactive simulations to create more efficient supply chain solutions for industry partners.
In every corner of our 900-acre campus, innovation is the focus. If you’re ready to put theory into practice to solve real world problems or create never before seen art, you’re ready to find your place among our community of solution-seekers and barrier-breakers.
A global view
Discover yourself and our world in new ways with a life-changing study abroad experience. Earn credit by taking a UNT faculty-led class or spend a semester or year as an exchange student at a host university.
Study abroad provides opportunities for you to see historic monuments and famous art first-hand, immerse yourself in another culture, break through stereotypes, explore your family roots or learn a new language. You can also gain highly-valued international work experience with an internship, gain a competitive edge for graduate school and expand your employment opportunities.