Degrees Offered

The College of Arts & Sciences offers bachelor degrees across a wide array of disciplines in the arts, humanities, communications, mathematics, as well as the natural, behavioral and social sciences.   At the graduate level the College offers master's degrees in biology, chemistry, English, mathematics, physics, social work, and teaching (biology, chemistry, English, history, and mathematics), and offers a doctoral degree in Energy and Environmental Systems.  The College's degree offerings are detailed below by department.

  1. Biology
    1. B.S. Biology
    2. B.S. Secondary Education (Biology)
    3. M.S. Biology
    4. M.A.T. (Biology)
  2. Chemistry 
    1. B.S. Chemistry
    2. B.S. Secondary Education (Chemistry)
    3. M.S. Chemistry
    4. M.A.T. (Chemistry)
  3. Energy & Enviromental Systems
    1. Ph.D. Energy & Enviromental Systems
    2. Ph.D. Energy & Enviromental Systems (Atmospheric Sciences)
    3. Ph.D. Energy & Enviromental Systems (Energy & Enviromental Sciences & Economics)
    4. Ph.D. Energy & Enviromental Systems (Sustainable Bioproducts)
  4. English
    1. B.A. English
    2. B.A. English (African-American Literature)
    3. B.A. English (Creative Writing)
    4. B.A. English (Technical Writing)
    5. B.S. Secondary Education (English)
    6. M.A. English and African American Literature
    7. M.A.T. (English)
  5. Speech
    1. B.A. Speech Communication
    2. B.A. Speech (Speech/Language Pathology Audiology)
  6. History
    1. B.A. History
    2. B.S. Secondary Education (History)
    3. M.A.T. (History)
  7. Journalism & Mass Communication
    1. B.S. Journalism & Mass Communication (Broadcast Production)
    2. B.S. Journalism & Mass Communication (Electronic Media & Journalism)
    3. B.S. Journalism & Mass Communication (Media Management)
    4. B.S. Journalism & Mass Communication (Print Journalism)
    5. B.S. Journalism & Mass Communication (Public Relations)
  8. Liberal Studies
    1. B.A. Liberal Studies (African-American Studies)
    2. B.A. Liberal Studies (Cultural Change & Social Development)
    3. B.A. Liberal Studies (Dance)
    4. B.A. Liberal Studies (Interdisciplinary Studies)
    5. B.A. Liberal Studies (International Studies)
    6. B.A. Liberal Studies (Pre-Law)
    7. B.A. Liberal Studies (Race, Religion & Culture)
    8. B.A. Liberal Studies (Women's Studies)
  9. Mathematics
    1. B.S. Applied Mathematics
    2. B.S. Mathematics
    3. B.S. Secondary Education (Mathematics)
    4. M.S. Applied Mathematics
    5. M.A.T. (Mathematics)
  10. Physics
    1. B.S. Atmospheric Sciences & Meteorology
    2. B.S. Physics
    3. B.S. Physics (Engineering Physics)
    4. B.S. Physics (Enviromental Geophysics)
    5. B.S. Physics (Interdisciplinary Physics)
    6. B.S. Physics (Space Sciences)
    7. B.S. Secondary Education (Physics)
    8. M.S. Physics
  11. Political Science & Criminal Justice
    1. B.A. Political Science
    2. B.S. Criminal Justice
  12. Psychology
    1. B.A. Psychology
  13. Sociology & Social Work
    1. B.A. Sociology
    2. B.S.W. Social Work
    3. M.S.W. Social Work (JT. With UNC-G)
  14. Visual & Performing Arts
    1. Visual Arts
      1. B.A. Visual Arts, Design
      2. B.A. Visual Arts, Design (Visual Media Design)
      3. B.S. Secondary Education (Art Education)
    2. Theatre Arts
      1. B.F.A. Professional Theatre
    3. Dance
      1. B.A. Liberal Studies (Dance)
    4. Music
      1. B.A. Music (General)
      2. B.A. Music (Performance)
      3. B.S. Secondary Education (Music)


If you are coming to N.C. A&T State University to make a difference in the world, you will find more opportunities to achieve your goal in the College of Arts & Sciences. Encompassing 14 departments and 7 affiliated programs, the College is the single largest academic unit at N.C. A&T. Fittingly, we are referred to as the heart of the University.