Biomedical Engineering

The undergraduate program in Biomedical Engineering at UNT allows students to major in Biomedical Engineering, minor in mathematics and minor in an additional area of engineering. Thus, a student graduating from the 120 SCH program will be well rounded and have the engineering skills and expertise to work in industry, hospitals, or research institutions or to become a motivated entrepreneur.

Our program allows you to tailor your education to your own specialized interest by providing five areas of concentration: Bioinformatics, Biomedical Instrumentation, Biomechanics, Biotechnology, and Biomaterials. As well as a minor in mathematics and a minor in another engineering discipline of your choice, upon completion of the program.

We are accepting freshmen only and no transfers at this time.

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Computer Science and Engineering

The Department of Computer Science and Engineering provides a high quality education to students. Professors balance theoretical and experimental aspects of computer science, as well as software and hardware issues. The curricula serve the citizens and industrial organizations of Texas and North Texas specifically.

The department maintains a collegial atmosphere that encourages intellectual and scholarly success of the faculty and students. The department strongly encourages faculty and students to do interdisciplinary research.

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Electrical Engineering

The Department of Electrical Engineering combines hands-on research, engaging faculty and top of the line facilities to provide students with the best education.

The department's multidisciplinary coursework gives students opportunities to solve problems by working with other engineering experts.

The department promotes partnerships between students, faculty and industry to prepare tomorrow's engineers for their careers.

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Engineering Technology

The Department of Engineering Technology prepares students to be productive leaders and technology innovators in a global society. The department’s faculty strives to achieve the highest quality in the design and delivery of the programs. The department has strong ties with local industry, government agencies, alumni and the community.

Departmental programs emphasize applied theoretical concepts, innovation and business processes. Classes consist of coordinated laboratory experiences and lectures. The department stresses student involvement in innovation and applied research.

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Materials Science and Engineering

The Department of Materials Science and Engineering helps students prepare for the educational and technological challenges of the 21st century. Students are educated about the creation, application and characterization of new materials for manufacturing products. Students are given opportunities for hands-on research with modern equipment and facilities.

The department partners with other universities in the metroplex and with industries throughout the world. Students have an opportunity to develop marketable skills for any area they choose to enter. These areas may include:

  • electronics
  • chemical
  • electric power
  • environmental industries
  • academia

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Mechanical and Energy Engineering

The Department of Mechanical and Energy Engineering at UNT is the first in the nation. The department is committed to providing outstanding and innovative programs to students. Professors integrate the fundamentals of mechanical engineering with interdisciplinary, modern applications. Students enjoy a unique learning experience in a research/ project oriented environment.

Faculty members are nationally and internationally known. They practice their innovative ideas in research and share them in the classroom. Students will acquire knowledge in:

  • renewable energy production
  • storage
  • energy efficiency technologies
  • problem solving
  • life-long learning skills

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