At the University of North Texas, our student-focused philosophy, world class faculty and exceptional research facilities will give you the freedom to pursue your goals and achieve them. With state-of-the-art labs and equipment, UNT’s College of Engineering, housed in our 300-acre Discovery Park, offers you a unique environment to learn, conduct research and connect with your peers and faculty mentors.

The College of Engineering offers 9 bachelor’s, 6 master’s and 2 doctoral degree programs that will provide you with hands-on, project-based study that will prepare you to make a difference in the real world.

If you’re eager to make an impact, the light is green at the UNT College of Engineering.

Learn how the UNT College of Engineering can help you make your own real-world impact:

Exceptional research facilities

Exceptional research facilities

Conduct world-changing research and gain valuable hands-on experience with some of the most cutting edge equipment in the nation.

Committed, caring faculty

Committed, caring faculty

Highly esteemed in their fields, our professors also are highly engaged and approachable as teachers and mentors.

Degrees

Degrees

With 17 degree programs in five departments, you’ll have the opportunity to gain the theoretical knowledge and practical skills to succeed in today’s most in-demand engineering fields.

Paying for college

Paying for college

One of America’s 100 Best College Buys® for 18 consecutive years, UNT provides a traditional college experience and the quality of a private university at an affordable cost.

Finding success with your degree

Finding success with your degree

When you graduate from the UNT College of Engineering, you’ll have the skills and experience employers are looking for.

Come visit us

Come visit us

Tour Discovery Park. Talk to students and faculty. See for yourself how UNT and the College of Engineering can be your green light to greatness.

"The College of Engineering brings in guest lecturers, hosts social events, and supports engineering student organizations. The classes are small, so you feel comfortable asking questions and standing out."

Mallory Smith
Computer Science student

UNT College of Engineering offers:

Questions regarding College of Engineering admissions?

For undergraduate admissions, please contact Landon Ellison.

For graduate admissions, please contact Kathryn Beasley.