Applying hands-on research, engaging faculty & exceptional facilities to provide you with the best education possible.
E.E.s mission is to promote partnerships between students, faculty & industry to
power UNTs aspiring engineers into their future careers.
How to apply for undergraduate admission at the University of North Texas:
Fill out an application at ApplyTexas.org.
You must meet all admission requirements detailed here.
In addition to the university admission requirements, applicants must meet the following minimum requirements for admission to the College of Engineering:
Preparing for UNT
To prepare for college course work, we suggest that high school students complete four years of English, math and social science, including economics, geography, government and history; three years of science and foreign language; and one year of fine arts courses, among other subjects. You should also become proficient in using computers.
While in high school, take Algebra I and II, geometry and trigonometry for your math requirements, and take chemistry and physics to fulfill your science requirements.
You'll have opportunities at UNT to conduct research, give presentations and publish articles in academic journals.
Collaborating with faculty and graduate students, undergraduate researchers work with advanced equipment in our new facilities at Discovery Park.
Undergraduate students have excellent opportunities to receive scholarships, assistantships and industrial internships.
Your coursework will feature "learning-to-learn" experiences in projects taught jointly by industry and university personnel.
Active learning emphasizes the knowledge and skills you need to be successful in your future career.
The department's design projects are part of the coursework, helping you learn creative cutting-edge solutions to address today's engineering opportunities.
Would you like to attend the University of North Texas and study with us in the Electrical Engineering Department? We'd love to have you!
We feel strongly that an Electrical Engineering degree makes our graduates much more marketable when they begin the process of looking for a job.
We are pleased with our department and what we have to offer you. We have a great group of students studying with us, as well as an active, enthusiastic and interested faculty.
The terminology used in this document has the same connotations as specified in the ABET Criteria for Accrediting Engineering Programs.
Program educational objectives are broad statements that describe the career and professional accomplishments that the program is preparing graduates to achieve.
Program outcomes are narrower statements that describe what students are expected to know and be able to do by the time of graduation.