Master's Programs

Opening doors of opportunity

Take the first step toward the career you have always wanted with a master's degree from the University of North Texas. As the largest, most comprehensive university in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, UNT has the advanced degree that will shape your future.

In addition to the personal growth it offers you, a graduate degree can expand your career opportunities and your income. Employees with a master's degree earn on average $12,000 a year more than those with only a bachelor's degree.

Obtaining a master’s degree also puts you on course to getting a doctoral degree, the top recognition in higher education, and further multiplying your career possibilities.

Master's Degrees

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*programs that are completely online or have an online option

Your master's degree is within reach

The cost of education shouldn't get in the way of the career you want. UNT offers a quality education at an affordable price. The estimated cost for two semesters of 9 graduate credit hours is $7,166 for Texas residents and $14,636 for nonresidents (plus additional instructional fees).

UNT invests in graduate education. Our academic departments offer nationally competitive scholarships, and the graduate school provides funding and opportunities for professional development.

Convenient ways to earn your master’s degree

Student and advisorUNT offers you more choice in how and where you study. Classes are available at five locations across the North Texas region, including:

  • UNT main campus in Denton
  • UNT New College at Frisco
  • UNT at the Collin Higher Education Center (CHEC) in McKinney
  • UNT at North Central Texas College in Gainesville
  • UNT at Universities Center Dallas

We’re also one of the largest providers of online courses among Texas public universities.

Chang Jae "C.J." Lee
“Choosing UNT was easy. I wanted to earn a master’s on the way to a Ph.D., and I knew I’d learn from experts here. It was a perfect fit for my goals.”

Chang Jae (C.J.) Lee
M.S. student
Economics