The College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences prepares students to join the next generation of innovators, scholars, entrepreneurs and civic leaders. It offers 69 undergraduate and graduate degree programs in its 22 departments and programs.

 

  • Technical communication program ranked 3rd in the nation by Study.com
  • Master's in history program ranked 8th in the nation by GraduatePrograms.com
  • UNT's moot court program ranked 16th in the nation by the American Moot Court Association
  • Undergraduate English program ranked 17th in the nation for best value and 28th in the nation for veterans by CollegeFactual.com
  • Undergraduate anthropology program ranked 23rd in the nation for best value by CollegeFactual.com
  • Undergraduate social sciences programs ranked 24th in the nation for best value by CollegeFactual.com
  • Undergraduate economics program ranked 27th in the nation for affordability by BestCollegeReviews.org.
  • Undergraduate political science program ranked 47th in the nation for best value by CollegeFactual.com
  • Sociology program ranked 3rd in Texas, 13th in the South and 49th in the nation by Sociology-Schools.com
  • Graduate political science program ranked 56th in the nation by U.S. News & World Report
  • Communication studies program ranked 5th in Texas, 20th in the South and 64th in the nation by Journalism-Schools.com
  • Undergraduate psychology programs ranked 68th in the nation for best value and 78th in the nation for veterans by CollegeFactual.com
  • Graduate English program ranked 91st in the nation by U.S. News & World Report 
  • Radio, TV, film (media arts) program ranked 8th in Texas, 36th in the South and 96th in the nation by Journalism-Schools.com
  • Named a top 100 political science doctoral program in the nation by the National Research Council