The Toulouse Graduate School coordinates graduate studies and graduate life at the University of North Texas. UNT offers 82 master's degrees, 36 doctoral degrees and more than 50 graduate academic certificates. Known for excellence, our graduate programs are widely recognized and rated among the best in the nation.
UNT students and faculty researchers work together, collaborating across disciplines to solve real-world problems. UNT is committed to invest in research, create and support centers and institutes and provide industry-leading facilities.
A university's true strength resides in its faculty. Scientific, professional and educational organizations recognize UNT's excellence in teaching and applying newly discovered knowledge through research and creative activities. UNT has 1,007 full-time faculty members with only full-time faculty at the rank of assistant professor or higher directing students in graduate programs.
UNT offers 118 graduate degree programs and more than 50 graduate academic certificate programs. Known for excellence, our programs are widely recognized and rated among the best in the nation. We offer a range of our graduate classes in the evenings and online so you can earn your degree while balancing the other commitments in your life. You could be able to earn your degree in as little as 12 months with our accelerated online master's program.
Thanks to state assistance and careful management, UNT keeps tuition costs reasonable. We continue to grow and invest in fellowships and scholarships, even in this time of nationwide economic upheaval. More than 1,000 fellowships and assistantships are offered each year and top students have access to nationally competitive scholarships and grants.
UNT is located in Denton, a college town of about 115,000 people that is only 35 miles north of Dallas-Fort Worth. UNT's proximity to the country's fourth-largest metropolitan area makes it possible for graduate students to intern with top corporations, government agencies and other institutions.
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