Step one: Students must apply to the Toulouse Graduate School and meet the minimum requirements for graduate admission to the university.
Step two: Students must also submit the following materials directly to the Toulouse Graduate School:
Admission to the MSEN-MEEN joint Ph.D. program is processed by the Department of Materials Science and Engineering. Learn more about the MSEN application process
Step one: Students must apply to the Toulouse Graduate School.
Step two: Students must also submit the following materials directly to the Toulouse Graduate School. Submitting admissions documents directly to the department will significantly delay the admissions process.
Assistantships support many graduate students. Teaching assistantships are funded by the department, and research assistantships are funded by individual faculty research grants. Out-of-state and international students who are funded at least half time are eligible for in-state tuition rates. Only master's students who select the thesis option are eligible for teaching or research assistantships. To learn more info about Assistantships and Scholarships, please click here.
MEE Department reviews applications all year around, so there is no solid deadline for graduate applications. However, in order to get your application processed on time for the desired semester, there are deadlines posted by the Graduate School.
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To find out more about the M.S. Program in the Department of Mechanical and Energy Engineering, contact Mrs. Heather Burrow, MEE administrative specialist, at (940) 565-2400 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
To find out more about the MSEN-MEEN Ph.D. program, contact Dr. Nandika D'Souza, MEE graduate program coordinator, at (940) 565-2979 or email@example.com.
Contact one of the offices below:
Office of Graduate Admissions
(888) UNT-GRAD, (940) 565-2636