Your application will go through a two-step review and acceptance process. First, it will be reviewed by the UNT graduate school for general admission. Second, the department will conduct a holistic review of all materials and qualifications for admission to a specific program.
You must show you have earned a bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited institution and have a minimum grade point average:
Students not meeting GPA requirements may be eligible for admission under certain conditions or if they are seeking a second bachelor’s degree. See the Graduate Catalog for details »
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Departmental programs may have earlier deadlines.
Apply at Apply Texas as early as possible. The application fee is $60. Students are encouraged to apply at least two months before the semester begins. (For maximum eligibility for UNT fellowships and assistantships, submit all program application materials by Dec. 1 for the following fall semester.) Late applications will be accepted for a $90 application fee.
Your application must be reviewed and accepted by both the Toulouse Graduate School and your specific degree program. Some programs have earlier deadlines.
Students from outside the United States must apply through UNT International.
Contact every college or university you have attended. Request that each send an official transcript of your records to the UNT graduate school. Transcripts are required from every college or university you have attended and must arrive by the application deadline. Contact the colleges and universities you have attended to learn about their processes for providing official transcripts.
Request that official test score reports (GRE, GMAT, MAT, etc.) from the testing agency be sent to the UNT graduate school. Test requirements differ by degree. Some programs may provisionally admit students for one semester prior to submission of standardized test scores. Others have requirements that substitute for test scores. See the Graduate Catalog for details.
Send any additional program-specific application materials directly to your department. (Departments may have requirements such as personal statements, letters of reference, auditions or portfolios.) For more information, visit our requirements page.
Additional documents are not required for you to be admitted for a second bachelor’s degree, teacher certification or Graduate Academic Certificate, or as a non-degree graduate student. Apply as a non-degree student if you are only taking courses to improve your knowledge. Non-degree students may change to degree-seeking, although course credits might not transfer to your degree program. As a non-degree student, you may not be eligible for financial aid.