Bachelor’s degree programs

The College of Engineering offers you a variety of degree options in disciplines from theoretical to practical. You’ll get hands-on experience before you graduate, with valuable access to research opportunities in your field.

Alex Reese

"The Grad Track option for Mechanical and Energy Engineering is a great opportunity. I’ll have a distinct advantage in the competitive energy field, with only having to commit half the normal time for a master’s degree."

Alex Reese
Mechanical and Energy Engineering student

Graduate degree programs

Jessica Rimsza

"My research area is very specific and there are only a few researchers in the country working in this field. The opportunity to learn from the well-known faculty researchers at UNT is invaluable to my continued development as a scientist."

Jessica Rimsza
Materials Science and Engineering Ph.D. candidate and NSF Graduate Research Fellowship recipient

Learning to change the world

Graduate students at UNT work alongside faculty researchers who are pioneering technologies that will benefit the global community. In the Center for Computational Epidemiology and Response Analysis, Dr. Armin Mikler and his team are developing computer-based systems that will help agencies better plan, respond and adapt to emergencies. Dr. Narendra Dahotre, a newly named fellow of the National Academy of Inventors, has filed a patent on a new laser technology that he and his team developed for cutting and shaping bone. The technology could speed surgery and recovery times and lessen the amount of blood loss during operations.

Questions regarding College of Engineering admissions?

For undergraduate admissions, please contact Ben Nelson.

For graduate admissions, please contact Kathryn Beasley.