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Academics & Degrees

Known for excellence, our faculty work with graduate students to advance academic knowledge, push scientific boundaries and expand industry capabilities.

UNT is a student-focused public research university offering 97 bachelor's, 81 master's and 35 doctoral degrees in 12 colleges and schools. Our graduate programs are widely recognized and rated among the best in the nation:

Succeed with a choice of graduate degree programs

35 Doctoral degree programs | 81 master's degree programs | 97 bachelor's degree programs

A student-focused public research university, UNT is dedicated to providing an excellent educational experience.

Median graduate class size is 10 students

Our faculty and graduate students work together to advance knowledge, push boundaries and achieve success.

Phillip Davis

The quality here is high. I say that because all the students I know have at least one or even multiple job offers as they are finishing the program. That is a good indicator of success.”

- Phillip Davis, Ph.D. student
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New Accelerated Online Master's Programs

UNT is announcing an exciting new delivery method that is flexible, convenient, affordable and 100 percent online. Classes are offered in eight-week sessions so that you can fit them into your busy schedule and finish quickly. Five start dates are available each year — January, March, June, August, October — and the courses are taught by UNT faculty known for their experience and expertise in their fields.

Three programs are under way and more will be added soon.

Graduate academic certificates

In addition to master's and doctoral degrees, UNT offers many graduate academic certificate (GAC) programs that can help you enhance your job skills, pursue a different career path or simply explore new topics of interest. These programs are taught by UNT graduate faculty, composed of graduate-level credit courses and documented on official transcripts. The number of credit hours required varies; the average is 12 hours.

Certificate programs are available in many different areas:

  • Art
  • Business
  • Counseling
  • Education
  • Ethics
  • Library Sciences
  • Technology