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 perspective. The School of Technology educates the whole person so you can compete in the 21st century workplace.
We take individuals proficient in the application of basic science and math 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 technical, leadership, and educational roles. Students enjoy in many cases over 90% placement and demand competitive salaries. Our programs are accredited by ATMAE and adhere to quality standards.
You can take your first step to a rewarding career with one of our undergraduate programs: Applied Engineering Technology, Construction Management, Electronics Technology, Environmental Health and Safety, Geomatics, Graphic Communication Systems, Information Technology, and Motorsports Technology. Our graduate programs will take you to the next level of expertise: Information Technology, Technology Management, and Technology Education.
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.
School of Technology Announcements:
Technology Week March 14 - 18, 2016
**New** THE MASTERS OF SCIENCE IN TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT. APPLY NOW!
**NEW** MASTERS OF SCIENCE IN TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT PSM CONCENTRATION IN CONSTRUCTION SCIENCE AND MANAGEMENT. APPLY NOW!
North Carolina A&T State University honored three outstanding individuals with the first Chancellor’s Legacy Award on Saturday, April 23 during the university’s 125th Anniversary Scholarship Gala.
Around 6 p.m., April 21, members of the 2016-17 Executive Board of the Student Government Association officially took the oath of office and the newly minted student body president, Jordan Alexander Greene addressed the audience to reiterate his campaign platform, “All or Nothing.”
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