College of Arts and Sciences
With 13 departments and programs in eight buildings, the College of Arts and Sciences is the largest academic unit at N.C. A&T, and is at the heart of any well-rounded course of study. This is where you will find the educational building blocks for careers in the arts, humanities, communications, mathematics, the social, behavioral and natural sciences and more.
Through excellent instruction and service-learning opportunities from the College of Arts and Sciences, our students hone their critical thinking skills, engage in contemporary research and develop creative problem-solving abilities in a variety of programs:
Undergraduate Degree Programs
- Atmospheric Sciences and Meteorology
- Criminal Justice
- Journalism and Mass Communication
- Liberal Studies
- Political Science
- Secondary Education (Biology, Chemistry, English, History, Mathematics, Physics, Music, Art)
- Social Work
- Visual & Performing Arts/Theater & Dance (Professional Theatre; Visual Arts, Design; Music)
- Biology – Master of Science
- Chemistry – Master of Science
- Physics – Master of Science
- Energy and Environmental Systems – Ph.D.
- Applied Mathematics – Master of Science
- Social Work – Master of Social Work (Joint program with the University of North Carolina at Greensboro)
- English and African American Literature – Master of Arts
- Teaching – Master of Arts (Concentrations in Biology, Chemistry, English, History, & Mathematics)
Our graduates continue their studies at some of the most prestigious graduate schools in the nation, such as the late NASA astronaut Ron McNair, who followed up his N.C. A&T degree in physics with a distinguished academic career at MIT. Or they may immediately begin professional careers with the many research institutions, businesses, and government agencies that recruit and hire N.C. A&T students.
Through the Joint School of Nanoscience and Nanoengineering, North Carolina A&T State University is part of a collaboration being funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF) to advance research, education and infrastructure in nanoscale science, engineering and technology.
North Carolina A&T State University and Duke University have been awarded a $3 million National Science Foundation (NSF) Research Traineeship grant to develop a program for graduate students who are interested in microbiome research.
Dr. Shirley Malcom, head of education and human resource programs at the American Association for the Advancement of Science, will present the inaugural lecture of the Willie A. Deese Global Lecture Series.
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