Graduate Advising

  • Dr. Choi
    Dr. Tae-Youl Choi
    Associate Professor
    Graduate Advisor

    Tae-Youl.Choi@unt.edu
    Phone: 940-565-2198 | Office: F101J
  • Dr. Russell Reid
    Dr. Russell Reid
    Assistant Professor
    Grad Track Advisor

    Russell.Reid@unt.edu
    Phone: 940-369-8944 | Office: F102L
  • Callie Wooten
    Callie Wooten
    Academics
    Contact for scheduling advising appointments with Dr. Choi

    callie.wooten@unt.edu
    Phone: 940-369-8482 | Office: F101E

M.S. Advising

M.S. students that choose the thesis option are expected to join a research group no later than the end of their first semester in the program. (TA/RA recipients are required to choose the thesis option.) Non-thesis students are also encouraged to find their research advisors before the end of their first year in the program. 

All M.S. students need to prepare a degree plan based on the department’s degree requirements and seek approval from the department and the college no later than the end of their second semester in the program.

Ph.D. Advising 

A student in the Ph.D. program will have an advisor from the Department of Mechanical and Energy Engineering.  A student's graduate program will be constructed with the advice and consent of the advisor. 

Ph.D. students must join a research group no later than the end of their first semester in the program, regardless of the source of funding. 

Ph.D. students must also prepare a degree plan and seek approval from the department and the college no later than the end of their second semester in the program. 

Ph.D. Thesis Committee

For information about the structure of the Ph.D. Thesis Committee, please contact the Graduate Advisor. For the MEEN Department, Dr. Choi is the Graduate Advisor and can be emailed at Tae-Youl.Choi@unt.edu

Other Graduate Resources

The Toulouse Graduate School also offers services for graduate students of all disciplines. To contact the Toulouse Graduate School, call +1 (940) 565-2383.

The UNT Catalog offers information regarding required and suggested classes for both M.S. and Ph.D. degrees. In the catalog, you can find lists of courses, course descriptions, academic requirements and helpful resources.