Academic Programs

Programs and Degrees

The College of Engineering has a variety of strong and highly respected programs that prepare students for successful careers in industry, government or academia. We pride ourselves in our state-of-the-art facilties, advance computer labs and renowed faculty. At North Carolina A&T State University, we provide our engineering students the hands-on experience they need in order to bridge the gap between theory and reality. With ten undergraduate programs, eight master's program and four doctoral programs, N.C. A&T is the largest producer of African American Engineers in the country. 

If you want to be a part of a dynamic learning enviroment, consider N.C. A&T as your school of choice. Call us to schedule a visit. We are confident you wil be impressed with our students, faculty and state-of-the-arts facilities.

Bachelor’s Degree Programs

Dual Degree Major

The dual degree major involves a student working for two separate university degrees in parallel, completing them in less time than it would take to earn them separately.

Double Majors and Minors

Engineering students have numerous options for pursuing double majors. For example, an engineering degree could be combined with a degree in business administration. Students may also choose a minor.

Master’s Degree Programs

Doctoral Degree Programs

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Farmers and the public are invited to learn more about the state’s industrial hemp pilot program at the 16th annual Small Farms Field Day at the N.C. A&T State University Farm

A&T Students Win Major National Prizes at the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival

A sophomore Theatre Arts major from N.C. A&T State University won the prestigious Irene Ryan National Acting Scholarship Competition recently at the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival in Washington, D.C.

2017 National Black Theatre Festival To Honor, Feature North Carolina A&T

The National Black Theatre Festival this year will highlight the work of N.C. A&T State University resident costumer designer Gregory Horton.