No matter your educational focus or long-term career goals, employers are looking for well-rounded candidates who not only have professional experience, but also are able to think critically and develop creative solutions to complex problems. Research is an invaluable part of that process, and at UNT you’ll have opportunities to conduct high-impact studies alongside faculty on the forefront of knowledge creation.
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Immense personal growth comes from earning the top recognition in higher education. A doctoral degree also will increase your career opportunities and your lifetime income.
Renee Cloutier, Ph.D. student, Psychology
Winner of a prestigious $71,000 National Institute of Health award, she's carrying out research on teen social anxiety.
José Torres-Ramos, Ph.D. student, Ethnomusicology
Recipient of the Perry R. Bass Fellowship in Music Education, he researches how Latin American music and culture can enhance teaching and community engagement among educators.
The cost of education shouldn’t get in the way of the career you want. As a public university, UNT is affordable and provides many doctoral students with assistance — including nationally competitive packages for outstanding candidates.
The university offers more than 2,000 fellowships and assistantships each year. Our academic departments offer excellent scholarships, and the Toulouse Graduate School helps fund travel to national conferences.
Certified LEED Gold for sustainability and home to the Jim McNatt Institute for Logistics Research and the Complex Logistics Systems Laboratory, among others
UNT’s 300-acre research park, one of the largest of its kind in the region and home to the College of Engineering, the College of Information and the Center for Information and Computer Security