Dear Prospective Students and Visitors:
I welcome this opportunity to introduce you to the outstanding program areas of Construction Management, Environmental Health and Safety, and Geomatics. The department offers three degree programs at the undergraduate level, one shared masters degree program and a PHD consortium program with Indiana State University. The Bachelor of Science degree programs offered by the department are Construction Management, Environmental Health and Safety, and Geomatics. All of our degree programs in the Department of Built Environment have 80% to 90% placement of its graduates. The BS degree in Construction Management is accredited by the American Council for Construction Education (ACCE) and the BS degree in Environmental Health and Safety is accredited by the Association of Technology, Management, and Applied Engineering (ATMAE). Please review our guide for public information regarding Construction Management (CM).
We welcome your questions and look forward to having you visit our School of Technology and the Department of Built Environment.
Robert B. Pyle, Ph.D., Chair
New Geomatics Student $500 Enrollment Scholarship
The NCSS Educational Foundation is sponsoring a special scholarship opportunity for NEW students entering the Geomatics program.
Requirements: First time applicants to A&T enrolled in Geomatics
Contact Person: Peggy Fersner (email@example.com)
North Carolina A&T State University full Board of Trustees will meet April 21 – 22.
North Carolina A&T State University faculty members (and Teagle Assessment Scholars) Drs., Karen Hornsby, Scott Simkins and Galen Foresman along with N.C. A&T undergraduate students and Wabash-Provost Scholars Breanna Beard and Christopher Watkins recently co-led a national workshop.
Utilizing the attracting power of fashion, North Carolina A&T State University students from the Departments of Journalism and Mass Communication and Family and Consumer Sciences, will host the Fourth Annual Earth Day Fashion Show and Food Drive at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, April 21 in Harrison Auditorium.
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