School of Technology
In a rapidly evolving technology industry, businesses, schools, and governments need workers with diverse skill sets, a broad capacity for problem solving, and a team-oriented outlook. The School of Technology educates the whole person so you can compete in that 21st century marketplace.
We take individuals proficient in the application of basic science and technology and prepare them for employment by nurturing their creativity, training them in management and communication, and providing them with the advanced knowledge they need for leadership and educational roles.
To pursue career opportunities in research, design, inspection, distribution, service, education, or another field in technology, you can take your first step with one of our programs:Undergraduate Programs
- Applied Engineering Technology
- Construction Management
- Electronic Technology
- Graphics Communication Systems
- Motorsports Technology
- Occupational Safety and Health
- Technology Education
- Information Technology
- Technology Managment
We help high school graduates, transfer students and non-traditional students obtain certificates, bachelor's, master's, and doctoral degrees in the field of technology that not only is the first step towards a successful career, but the opportunity to enhance the world with new technological innovations.
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.