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    • University of North Texas Overview
      The University of North Texas is a student-centered public research university and the flagship of the UNT System offering 97 bachelor's, 101 master's and 48 doctoral degree programs, many nationally and internationally recognized.
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      Our College of Music is one of the largest and best in the nation and our arts programs are among the most comprehensive in the nation.
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Student Reviews of University of North Texas

3.8
based on 458 reviews
  • Camille from Pilot Point, TX

    Denton has tons of cool antique stores, book stores, and fun restaurants. Plus, at the campus there are chill/game rooms in a few different places. read full review

  • Cameron - Flower Mound, TX

    If you are hoping to major in film, please for the love of God heed my warning: UNT has the worst film program you will find in Texas. It will waste years of your life and thousands of your dollars. You will learn absolutely nothing of value, the… more read full review

    If you are hoping to major in film, please for the love of God heed my warning: UNT has the worst film program you will find in Texas. It will waste years of your life and thousands of your dollars. You will learn absolutely nothing of value, the program itself tries to funnel students into different majors like radio and television because the film program is so bad. Everything else about the school is great, decent dorms, good professors, and some of the majors like music have nationally renowned programs. However, the film program is horrible. Don't let it ruin your college years too. read full review

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