The University of North Texas is the most comprehensive university in the Dallas-Fort Worth area and one of the largest universities in Texas. We offer 112 bachelor’s, 94 master’s and 38 doctoral degree programs, many nationally and internationally recognized.

UNT has a student population of more than 42,000, representing 144 countries and 49 states. Plus, UNT is one of the nation’s most diverse universities with 10,443 Hispanic students and 6,338 African American students. As one of only 16 Carnegie Tier One research universities designated a Hispanic-Serving Institution, UNT is proud to also have been designated a Minority-Serving Institution.

The UNT Transfer Advantage

Options and flexibility while you work on your bachelor’s degree.

High-quality classes and programs.

A good job in your field when you graduate and the employment opportunities of a large metroplex.

Designated a Hispanic-Serving Institution and a Minority-Serving Institution

Selected as a “Best in the West” college by The Princeton Review.

One of America’s 100 Best College Buys® for 25 consecutive years.

Tier One research university, one of only 141 in the nation

89 academic programs in the nation’s top 100

Only Texas university on excellence in community college transfer honor roll for five consecutive years

This Way Forward

to a Career You Can Count On

Employers want critical thinkers with confidence and a workforce armed with the training and experience required in a digital age. A UNT degree in hand will help you up your game and become a valued asset and industry expert in these in-demand program areas, among 113 bachelor’s degrees to choose from.

A Biology student and an instructor work on a computerized anatomy diagram.

Biomedical engineers are highly sought after, earning a median annual salary of $92,620 according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. The increasing number of technologies and applications in the medical sciences that require biomedical engineers make this one of the nation’s fastest-growing career fields.

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Available in Denton and our Frisco location, a bachelor’s in Logistics and Supply Chain Management will prepare you for a career in almost any industry. With online shopping here to stay and new logistics technologies, put your problem-solving skills to work ensuring that products make their way to consumers.

UNT students use VR headsets to design programs.

We live in a digital world. Earning your degree in Computer Science or Information Technology will give you a head start in two of the most recession-proof careers available. The field is projected to grow 12% by 2028, with a current median wage of $88,240 – higher than the median annual wage.

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Our B.A. in Urban Policy and Planning is ranked 1st in the nation for affordability – and is available in an online, face-to-face or blended format for unbeatable flexibility. Industry employees earn a median annual salary of $77,750, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

When Morgan Kainu (’19, Anthropology) transferred to UNT from Austin Community College, she forged her own path and combined two fields of study: Anthropology and space exploration. She performed research through a special problems course with Professor Christina Wasson on the human factors and ergonomics of space and off-planet habitat design and started several space-centered clubs at UNT.

Morgan Kainu
A student gets her question answered at UNT at Frisco’s reception desk.

UNT at Frisco

UNT at Frisco provides seamless transfer degree options that will prepare you for an in-demand and futureproof career. With the help of strategic partnerships with cutting-edge Collin County industries, and the guidance of our supportive staff and faculty, you’ll gain professional connections that will get you hired. UNT at Frisco’s career advisors connect students with employers around the Dallas-Fort Worth area and ensure that students graduate career ready. Students can attend classes at one of three UNT at Frisco locations:

Inspire Park, a business incubator that provides partnership-based educational opportunities for the business community

Hall Park, a space powered by the latest technology including a dynamic, multi-wall canvas capable of immersing students in live video, applications and document sharing

The Collin Higher Education Center, a state-of-the-art facility for residents of Collin County and surrounding areas that offers selected undergraduate coursework

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UNT Online

As one of the largest providers of online credit courses among Texas public universities, UNT offers more than 80 online program options — including bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degrees, plus undergraduate and graduate certificates. Many online programs include flexible learning options at the Denton and Frisco campuses.

UNT has partnered with Coursera, a leading online learning platform for higher education, to offer the fully online Bachelor of Applied Arts and Sciences (B.A.A.S.). This undergraduate degree completion program is a great option for transfer students and anyone with at least 45 hours of prior college or military credit. Up to 90 hours of the 120 hours required for the B.A.A.S. may be transferred from approved institutions. The B.A.A.S. advising team can help chart a custom degree plan in focused concentrations such as Administration, Consumer Behavior, Hospitality, Information Technology, Media Innovation, Organizational Supervision, or Social Welfare and Community. The B.A.A.S. has one of the most affordable tuition rates among comparable programs.

In addition to UNT’s online program offerings, anyone with an email may access UNT’s Massive Open Online Courses free through Coursera. These non-credit courses provide a great supplement to a for-credit course and professional development.

Here are two examples of our UNT Online and UNT at Frisco programs that will help you fine-tune your future:

Criminal Justice

Our criminal justice students are prepared for rewarding careers in public sector law enforcement, court-related employment and corporate security, among others. Many UNT alumni are serving as police chiefs, supervisors and police officers; special agents at federal agencies; and state law enforcement officers. Earn your Criminal Justice degree on the UNT campus of 100% online.

Sport Entertainment Management

Offered exclusively through UNT at Frisco, the Sport Entertainment Management B.B.A. is your ticket to a career in an exciting industry. Offered in collaboration with many professional sports teams in the North Texas region – the Dallas Cowboys, PGA of America and Frisco RoughRiders, among others – this program gives you exclusive access to some of the best practices in the sport entertainment industry.

The best educational experience in Texas. Tailored to meet your needs.

Most of our degrees can lead directly to a master's or doctoral program at UNT, and many of our academic programs can take you to a bachelor's degree in two years or less if you have an associate's degree or equivalent hours.

Choose from thousands of classes. Create the schedule that works best for you with day, evening, weekend, off-campus or online classes. You can even take classes at the Collin Higher Education Center in McKinney.

Outstanding faculty teach most upper-level classes (not teaching assistants). Scientific, professional and educational organizations recognize the excellence of our professors.

If you like to go above and beyond, consider becoming part of the Honors College. Specially designed classes provide a challenging and supportive academic environment plus additional training in research methods and skills. An Honors Counselor will meet with you to chart an individual academic plan. You’re eligible to apply if you have 12 or more college credit hours with a 3.35 cumulative GPA. Call 940-565-3305 or visit the Honors College website for more details.

Research centers provide you hands-on experience alongside professors and graduate students.

The UNT Learning Center offers free tutoring online or in our subject-specific tutoring centers.

Gain valuable work experience related to your major through our Internships program with access to 4,000 employers providing supervised, paid positions.

Use the Career Center to pursue a profession you love. The center offers job fairs, résumé and letter writing assistance, job search strategies and interview preparation.

Join 448,000 UNT alumni who live in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. You can build connections through this growing network of graduates.

Join the most comprehensive university in the Dallas-Fort Worth region, offering 113 bachelor's, 94 master's and 37 doctoral degree options.