Master artificial intelligence with a new degree

New MS degree in Artificial Intelligence

UNT Engineering has opened a new master’s of science degree in artificial intelligence. As the only standalone program in the state of Texas and one of few nationwide, this unique program will offer students the opportunity to enhance their skillset in the growing field of AI.

UNT’s new degree allows students to choose one of the three concentrations: machine learning, autonomous systems, and biomedical engineering, with new concentrations to be added. The degree welcomes applicants with degrees in engineering, computer science, mathematics, and science-related fields. Learn more.

Nix delivers lecture to a packed audience

Nix delivers lecture to audience

With standing room only, about 85 faculty and students attended a talk by William Nix, a member of the National Academy of Engineering and the National Academy of Sciences, Feb. 7 as part of the Distinguished Engineering Lecture Series.

The Distinguished Engineering Lecture Series seeks to bring esteemed speakers to UNT from across the nation to discuss their research and create a dialogue around innovations in engineering. Learn more.

Professor interviewed by KERA

UNT faculty Miguel Acevedo

UNT Regents Professor Miguel Acevedo was recently interviewed by KERA News about how he and his team are working to combat food insecurity by finding solutions for the high salt content in farm soil and irrigation water in the western U.S. The research, focused in parts of New Mexico and Colorado, is part of a $2.5 million NSF grant. Listen in.