Graduate Programs & Research
It is an honor to welcome you to the School of Technology, Graduate Programs. Our mission is to provide an academically challenging, value based environment that prepares learners to be critical thinkers in Technology Management and Information Technology professionals, global citizens, effective communicators, and responsible leaders and educators in the context of the School of Technology Values.
Technology Management and Information Technology professions are in exciting times as we study and practice in a rapidly changing workforce environment. Through your education in the School of Technology you will be involved in a journey that will provide you with the skills, knowledge, insights and professional experiences required to compete for entry into and succeed at graduate level studies or workforce positions within your preferred profession.
As graduate students, you are the most valuable members of our team. We hope prospective students will find our programs attractive and consider joining us here at North Carolina A&T State University School of Technology for a uniquely fulfilling graduate education.
The School of Technology offers a MS in Information Technology, MS in Technology Management, and MA Technology Education.
To apply contact the graduate office.
Dr. Clay Gloster,
Interim Associate Dean
Dr. Salil Desai, associate professor in the Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering (ISE) at North Carolina A&T State University was recently awarded the distinguished Chao and Trigger Outstanding Young Manufacturing Engineer Award from the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) and the Outstanding Mid-Career Teaching Award by the American Society for Engineering Education in the manufacturing engineering division.
North Carolina A&T State University Athletics mourns the passing of former radio broadcaster for Aggies football and N.C. A&T Sports Hall of Fame member, Melvin C. Swann Jr., (Aug. 20, 1935-June 4, 2016).
Collard connoisseurs rejoice. Researchers at North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University are demonstrating environmentally friendly methods to reduce bugs on the greens, during the 15th annual Small Farms Field Day.