Our faculty members are well-known for their expertise, spirit of innovation and emphasis
on university/industry collaboration. Their research has been supported by the National
Science Foundation, NASA, the National Institute of Standards and Technology, the
MITRE Corp. and local industries, among others.
Engineering classes and research are conducted at Discovery Park, a 300-acre research
facility that brings together laboratories, offices and classrooms to maximize the
potential for creativity, collaboration and technological innovation.
The department houses several state-of-the-art instructional and research laboratories
that provide practical and advanced hands-on experiences.
The College of Engineering constantly assesses its degree programs with an eye on
tomorrow's marketplace. The Department of Electrical Engineering is a pioneer in developing
project-oriented curricula, giving students the opportunity to apply knowledge to
tangible real-world needs.
You'll also have direct access to the Materials Research Facility, the UNT Nanofabrication
Cleanroom and the Center for Advanced Scientific Computing and Modeling.
Ph.D. graduates will be prepared to conduct research into new unexplored fields for
the discovery of new knowledge principles that can revolutionize the technology sector.