Academic Reorganization Chart

College Changes

CAES Org Chart

College of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences


The College of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences (CAES) will remain largely unaltered with minor exceptions. Licensure concentrations will be aligned under their disciplinary bachelor degrees. Academic programs will be analyzed on an on-going basis for productivity, relevance and student demographics to determine viability.

CAHSS Org Chart

College of Business and Economics

The College of Business and Economics (COBE) will remain largely unaltered with minor exceptions. Licensure concentrations will be aligned under their disciplinary bachelor degrees. Academic programs will be analyzed on an on-going basis for productivity, relevance and student demographics to determine viability.

College of Engineering and the Joint School of Nanoscience and Nanoengineering (JSNN)

The College of Engineering (COE) and the Joint School of Nanoscience and Nanoengineering (JSNN) are unaltered in the new academic structure. JSNN retains its school designation due to branding considerations and joint nature with the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. 

CHSS Org ChartCollege of Health and Human Sciences

The College of Health and Human Sciences (CHHS) capitalizes upon interactive relationships among the Departments of Human Performance and Leisure Studies, Psychology, Social Work and Sociology, and the School of Nursing. The Department of Human Performance and Leisure Studies will move from the current School of Education and the Departments of Psychology and Social Work and Sociology will move from the current College of Arts and Sciences. 

COST Org ChartCollege of Science and Technology

The College of Science and Technology (COST) assembles the Departments of Applied Engineering Technology, Built Environment, Computer Systems Technology and Graphic Design Systems from the current School of Technology with the Departments of Biology, Chemistry, Energy and Environmental Systems, Physics, and Mathematics from the current College of Arts and Sciences. The COST will enhance science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) graduate production in areas of national and state need, and will create a synergistic environment that enhances the transition of research from the laboratory to marketplace. In addition, the COST aligns with N.C. A&T’s STEM focused mission.

As part of the reorganization, the licensure concentrations for teaching in biology, chemistry, mathematics and physics will be moved to their respective departments.

CEd Org ChartCollege of Education

The departmental structure within the College of Education (CEd) will facilitate increased production and higher quality of pre-K through secondary education teachers. The CEd will be composed of the Departments of Administration and Instructional Services, Adult Education and Leadership Studies, Counseling, and Educator Preparation. Coupled with the reorganization within the CEd is a multi-college governance structure required to produce high quality secondary education teachers, including high demand STEM secondary teachers, in collaboration with the Colleges of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences; Business; Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences; and Science and Technology. The multi-college governance structure will also support enhancement to the Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) entry route for K-12 teachers. 

CAHSS Org ChartCollege of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences

The College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences (CAHSS) will raise visibility of programs and enhance the quantity of students matriculating through programs and moving into the workforce and graduate studies. The new college will house the departments of English, history, journalism and mass communication, liberal studies, political science and criminal justice and visual and performing arts. Licensure concentrations for teaching in biology, chemistry, mathematics and physics will be moved to their respective departments. 

The Graduate College

The Graduate College (TGC) will remain largely unaltered with minor exceptions. Academic programs will be analyzed on an on-going basis for productivity, relevance and student demographics to determine viability.