Practical Experience

Practical Experience

Participating in internships or practicums isn’t just for new professionals. UNT offers a wide range of career-advancing options in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. You can add to your professional skills, or perfect the ones you have already. You’ll make valuable connections, and you may even land a new job as a result.


Dallas Cowboys



Dallas Stars

Enterprise Rent-A-Car


Southwest Airlines

Discover more about field placement options through your program or the Career Center.

Evidence-based training1
UNT Psychology Clinic
Ford Center at the Star2
The Star Dallas Cowboys practice facility
From classroom to boardroom3
7-Eleven Student Competition

Advance your career with hands-on training such as:

Clinical Expertise1

Students of our nationally recognized Psychology program hone their professional skills in the on-campus Psychology Clinic (above, left), which provides a wide range of mental health services to the general public.

A World of Opportunity

Students travel to Costa Rica annually through our International Sustainable Tourism program — the first of its kind in the U.S.

Exclusive Partners2

We’re a proud partner of the Dallas Cowboys (above, center). For UNT students that means new academic experiences, including professional exposure, opportunities for engagement and internships.

Corporate Consultation3

M.B.A. students with a focus on marketing serve as consultants for national corporations from 7-Eleven (above, right) to AT&T during their Applied Marketing Problems course.

Assistantships and Fellowships

The graduate school and individual departments offer thousands of options to teach or complete research with faculty members.

Learn more about resources for teaching and research excellence.

Hear it from Students

“Thanks to my graduate advisor, I landed an amazing internship which led to a full-time job offer. She connected me with the right people at the firm and has been instrumental in my success.”

Veronica Castro
M.S. student, Accounting

Veronica Castro

“The best part about my internship experience was building relationships with professionals already working in the field. I was enhancing my professional skills and marketability while I was in school.”

Jett Tullos
M.P.A. student, Emergency Management
Collin County Administrative office

“I enhanced my professional skills through useful internships, a research assistantship and UNT’s Professional Leadership Program. Thanks to UNT, I had a great job lined up with an industry leader when I graduated.”

Tele Folorunso (’17 M.S.)
Mechanical and Energy Engineering
CBS ArcSafe