Degrees: Bachelor's, Master's, Doctorates
Programs: Radio/Television/Film, Interior Design, Music, Engineering, Merchandising and many others (over 220 total)
Tuition Range: $3,000 - 8.300
Located on the north side of the Dallas/Ft. Worth Metroplex in Denton, Texas, the University of North Texas is a massive public university hosting over 36,000 students per year. The university offers more than 220 distinct undergraduate and graduate programs, ranging from Business and Engineering to Journalism and Music. Including in the school’s many course offerings are numerous media and art-related majors; these include Fashion Design, Interior Design, New Media Art, Converged Broadcast Media, and Radio/Television/Film, among others.
UNT follows a standard academic semester-based structure, meaning you should plan to invest about 4 years into earning a bachelor’s degree. Tuition is assessed by credit-hour and is favorable to Texas residents, who will spend roughly $3000 per semester full-time, not including fees. Non-residents will pay nearly three times that amount. (NOTE: according to the website, full-time students are offered a tuition cap once they reach 12 hours.)
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