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
  • Geomatics
  • Graphics Communication Systems
  • Motorsports Technology
  • Occupational Safety and Health

Graduate Programs

  • 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.

Come and pursue technology jobs of tomorrow with an NC A&T education today. Apply to NC A&T or contact an admissions counselor to start your high-tech career. 

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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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