It's predominantly an arts school with the big emphasis on music, but given its reputation, that should be no shock to anyone. That doesn't mean that the other programs are ignored. Most of the teachers are good, but before you enroll, check the teachers out on ratemyprofessor.com because just like every other school out there, we have our share of bad professors. It has a good atmosphere with tons of activities if you know where to look for them - most activities are advertised by the school email and flyers around campus. There plenty of intramural and club sports for everyone,...
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The School of Arts and Sciences has very qualified professors. However, there are few courses offered for microbiology degrees. Certain labs have more out of class work than in class work. This takes away time necessary for the lecture courses, which are worth more in credits.» Read More
North Texas is a great university, they have great programs, lots of organizations to join and a great atmosphere. They prepare you to be out there in the real world. They also care about their students and there's a lot of people to meet and talk to.» Read More
The College of Music at the University of North Texas is one of the most professional music universities I have ever known. The program is overwhelming sometimes but I love the pressure to become one of the best. The diversity here is amazing, I love to interact with different kinds people every day.» Read More
I love UNT is the best University I have been to. UNT helps their students find scholarships and even offer their own emerald eagle scholarship. My journalism classes are small so you can actually ask questions, unlike other universities in which they have 150 students in one class.» Read More