One of the nation's largest public research universities, the University of North Texas (UNT) is located in the thriving Dallas Ft. Worth metropolis, one of the nation's fastest-growing economies.
A leading institution in North Texas, over 41,000 students are enrolled on its campus, which is located across 875 acres. Welcoming over 3,000 international students from 145 countries, UNT has 89 academic programs ranked among the nation's Top 100.
Founded in 1890, it offers 239 degree programs across 14 colleges, including 80 online programs, 109 bachelor's programs, 94 master's courses and 36 doctoral degrees. UNT also has a legacy of conservation and environmentalism, with green issues at the heart of its work. Recognized as a green college by the Princeton Review, over 50 of UNT's courses have a sustainability focus.
Consistently named as a top college in America by Forbes for 11 consecutive years, the university's teaching faculty and visiting scholars create an innovative international learning experience.
Ranked as a tier-one research institution by the prestigious Carnegie Classification, its programs are internationally recognized and UNT is amongst the nation's top 131 (top three percent) research institutions.
The university is currently developing a new campus in partnership with one of the nation's fastest growing cities, the city of Frisco. The upcoming campus will be an extension to both the current UNT Denton campus and Frisco campus, expanding academic opportunities across multiple campuses and online. This includes an additional 27 undergraduate and master's degree programs, in fields of the future such as advanced data analytics, sports and event management.
Its main campus is located within the bustling, student-friendly town of Denton. Regarded as one of the ten best American college towns, Denton offers a safe, vibrant social scene, with many exciting job opportunities nearby.