Proud Aggie Parents of senior mechanical engineering major, Jade Mantel
Proud Aggie Parents of senior mechanical engineering major, Jade Mantel
Dean Robin Coger with senior engineering students Destenie Nock winner of the 2014 University Award for Academic Excellence and Jade Mantel, Chancellor's Award nominee
Dean Robin Coger with senior engineering students Destenie Nock winner of the 2014 University Award for Academic Excellence and Jade Mantel, Chancellor's Award nominee
Mechanical engineering student, Kris Wiedenheft wins Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship
Mechanical engineering student, Kris Wiedenheft wins Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship
N.C. A&T Society of Women Engineers host STEM Workshops for the Girl Scouts Peaks to Piedmont Council
N.C. A&T Society of Women Engineers host STEM Workshops for the Girl Scouts Peaks to Piedmont Council
Dean Robin Coger, former COE Dean Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Monroe and Alumnus James Garrett ’64, recipient of the Alumni Achievement Award gather during the 2014 Founders’ Day Program
Dean Robin Coger, former COE Dean Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Monroe and Alumnus James Garrett ’64, recipient of the Alumni Achievement Award gather during the 2014 Founders’ Day Program
 Engineering students present posters and exhibits during the Third Annual 2014 Innovation Challenge
Engineering students present posters and exhibits during the Third Annual 2014 Innovation Challenge

College of Engineering

Welcome to the College of Engineering. We are proud of the quality of education and research of our College; and inspired by the innovativeness, capabilities, and achievements of our engineering students, graduates, faculty, and staff.

Located in the heart of Greensboro, North Carolina, our bachelor's, master's, and doctoral degree programs are distributed across six departments; chemical biological and bio engineering; civil, architectural and environmental engineering; computer science; electrical and computer engineering; industrial and systems engineering; and mechanical engineering and the interdisciplinary computational science and engineering program.

The Bachelor of Science degrees in architectural, biological, chemical, civil, computer, electrical, industrial and systems, and mechanical engineering are accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET, http://www.abet.org. The bachelor of science in computer science is accredited by the Computing Accreditation Commission of ABET, http://www.abet.org. We have recently added the bachelor of science in bioengineering program and Ph.D in computer science. Our faculty is internationally recognized.

We have a long and distinguished tradition of excellence in engineering and computer science education; and our faculty and students are conducting pioneering research focused on creating globally-relevant solutions and on providing advanced methods and products for improving quality of life.

We are particularly proud of being the home of the National Science Foundation’s Engineering Research Center for Revolutionizing Metallic Biomaterials which conducts collaborative research in the areas of biomedical engineering and nano-bio applications in partnership with an international collaboration of universities.

This is a wonderful time to be a part of North Carolina A&T State University’s College of Engineering. We encourage you to learn more about us and invite you to visit our campus to see first-hand what sets us apart in excellence and education. 

Engineering News

ENGINEERING PROFESSOR AND PHD STUDENT PUBLISHED IN JOURNAL OF HUMANITARIAN LOGISTICS AND SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT
Davis and Bemley explore the effectiveness of pre-positioning strategies for port recovery in response to a natural disaster.

WIEDENHEFT FIRST COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING STUDENT TO WIN GOLDWATER SCHOLARSHIP
Junior mechanical engineering major to receive grant from Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship and Excellece Program.

PROFESSOR STEPHANIE LUSTER-TEASLEY AMONG FIRST COHORT OF FELLOWS IN NSF STEM ACADEMIC LEADERSHIP PROGRAM 

Luster-Teasley, will receive a post-graduate certificate in Academic Leadership from The Chicago School of Professional Psychology (TCSPP).

 





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AG RESEARCHERS REACH MILESTONE IN STINKBUG REARING STUDYEntomologists conducting integrated pest management (IPM) research at N.C. A&T have reached a major milestone in studies of the brown marmorated stinkbug.
JOMC CHAIR TO JOIN PRESTIGIOUS SCRIPPS LEADERSHIP ACADEMYGail Wiggins, interim chair of the department of journalism and mass communication, is one of 17 professionals chosen to participate in the seventh annual Scripps Howard Academic Leadership Academy.
PROFESSOR WINS 2014 MINORITIES IN ENGINEERING AWARDDr. Stephanie Luster-Teasley, of the College of Engineering, has been selected to receive the 2014 ASEE DuPont Minorities in Engineering Award, in recognition of her distinguished accomplishments in engineering.
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2014 GALA Awardsin Harrison Auditorium, 6p.m.
Tech ThursdaysSmith Hall, Room 2014, 4-6p.m.
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