Research Spotlight: Team of UNT Researchers Awarded $600,000 NSF Grant to Develop Sustainable Building Materials
Researchers at the University of North Texas are on the verge of revolutionizing the construction industry by developing natural alternatives to fiberglass and other popular, non-biodegradable building materials.
Where will you make your mark in future innovations? Will you help provide cleaner and more sustainable energy, improve human health, or devise better technologies for ground and air transportation, or even space exploration? Continuing education is critical to keep up with improvements in the dynamically expanding engineering industry, and a degree in mechanical and energy engineering from UNT opens up a world of possibility for the future.
Obtaining your Master of Science or Ph.D. at UNT can be your doorway to success, both now and in the future, as an academic researcher and professional engineer.
A major emphasis in the Department of Mechanical and Energy Engineering is to train students in the fundamentals of engineering and scientific research and to prepare them, especially on the doctoral level, to be critical thinkers who can advance human knowledge through research. You will have opportunities that you won't be able to find at many other schools and will be able to partner with world-class faculty and local industry leaders to make an impact in both your field and your community.
The Department of Mechanical and Energy Engineering offers a Master of Science degree with a major in mechanical and energy engineering, as well as a Ph.D. in materials science and engineering with a concentration in mechanical and energy engineering, a joint program with the Department of Materials Science and Engineering. Both programs allow graduate students the opportunity to increase their engineering skills while diving deep into the industry with research and experiential learning.