Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering

Industrial and Systems Engineers (ISE) are known for solving complex problems requiring the integration of people, technologies, materials, and environments. What a fun way to advance society, and what a fun challenge it will be to take the journey towards finding the best solutions. NCA&T ISE is comprised of 200 of the best and brightest ISEs in training. We have students who bring intellectual, interpersonal, and innovative talents that are value-added for any organization. Our industry, government, and academic partners recognize the strengths of Aggie ISEs and utilize these talented engineers in their respective organizations. We have facilities, faculty, and staff that are well-suited for research, teaching, and student engagement. We are an institution that celebrates substance over form. You will know our substance by our vision, which is:

The Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering will be internationally recognized for innovative research, transformational teaching and learning, and impactful community engagement that will prepare diverse engineers to be leaders in solving global challenges.

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N.C. A&T star sprinter Christopher Belcher signs professional contract with Nike

Christopher Belcher came out in a N.C. A&T track and field uniform for his semifinal 100-meter dash race at the 2017 USATF Outdoor Championships in Sacramento, Calif., on Friday. When he came out for the final, the A&T was gone, and he was uniformed completely in Nike.

NASBA Awards N.C. A&T Professor Research Grant

Dr. Brandis Philips, assistant professor of accounting at N.C. A&T State University has been awarded a research grant by the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA).

Energy Center at N.C. A&T to Offer K-12 Teachers Workshops

The Center for Energy Research and Technology (CERT) at N.C. A&T State University will begin its annual energy education series workshop for K-12 teachers. CERT will offer three, 2-day workshops throughout the summer to meet varied summer schedules.