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, 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
- Kelechi M. Ikegwu, a School of Technology, Electronics Technology sophomore student was selected as one out of 10 undergraduate students in the country to receive the 2013-2014 NASA Minority University Research and Education Project competitive scholarship. The scholarship includes a ten week paid internship. These scholarships support women, ethnic minorities and disabled students pursuing STEM degrees and enables them to augment their academic learning with technical collaborations and professional development. Congratulations to Kelechi!
- Dr. Mahour Parast (Faculty, Department of Applied Engineering Technology) was one of the advisors of the Bio-Adhesive Team that won the ACC Clean Energy Challenge Business Plan Competition April 9, 2013. This is a national business plan competition for universities across the US sponsored by the US Department of Energy. The team was the winner of the Southeast region.
Dr. Karen Hornsby has been named the 2014 North Carolina Professor of the Year by the Carnegie Foundation.
Jo Ann Jenkins, chief executive officer of AARP, will be the speaker for December commencement at North Carolina A&T State University.
The transition “from boots to books” is getting a little easier for military veterans at N.C. A&T.
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