The College of Engineering offers 10 master’s and 4 doctoral degree programs. Our engineering graduate students work with multidisciplinary faculty researchers who pioneer ideas that benefit the global community. Researchers use cutting-edge technologies, including 3-D printing and computational systems, to address challenges in energy, the environment, healthcare, infrastructure and security.
Considering a career in the exciting field of artificial intelligence? UNT Engineering’s new graduate program may be just the answer. It’s the only standalone Master of Science in Artificial Intelligence in the state of Texas and is one of few nationwide.Download flyer
The Department of Computer Science and Engineering offers a Master of Science in Cybersecurity. The MS in Cybersecurity provides a high quality, academically challenging, and career-enriching educational program that is responsive to industry trends, changing standards, and employer...
The program of study in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering for the doctoral degree with a major in computer science and engineering includes formal course work, independent study and research. The purpose of the degree is to produce a professional capable of directing and...Download flyer
The doctoral program in Mechanical and Energy Engineering at the University of North Texas, offers a ground-breaking opportunity to learn fundamental and applied knowledge compatible with mechanical engineering, renewable energy, energy modelling, manufacturing, and fossil fuels.Download flyer
"I came to UNT because it offered mechanical engineering with a strong emphasis on energy conservation. The projects I am working on right now focus on ways to reduce the amount of plastic pollution in the planet as well as bio-based polymers that can potentially replace the current petroleum-based polymers."
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.