At a time when other universities downsized their research efforts, UNT invested in collaborative and multi-disciplinary research clusters. This provides UNT engineering students opportunities to get involved with emerging technologies and groundbreaking research.
You'll have occasions to connect with other students, researchers, government agencies, business leaders and alumni through the many strong ties established by the College of Engineering.
The newly completed Zero Energy Laboratory gives students and researchers the tools to study the next generation of sustainable energy technologies. The state-of-the-art facility — the only one of its kind in Texas — is designed to test various energy technologies in order to achieve net-zero consumption of energy.
Even as an undergraduate, you can participate in research. Some areas of recent UNT engineering undergraduate student research include: