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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Top Scientist From NASA, Television to Keynote A&T Title III Graduate Symposium

An internationally recognized astrophysicist, television personality and space sciences education manager for NASA’s Science Mission Directorate is the keynote speaker for the Spring 2017 Title III Graduate Symposium set for Thursday, April 6, at North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University.

N.C. A&T Introduces New Online MBA Program; First Classes to Begin Fall 2017

North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University is expanding its capacity to meet that demand by launching a new Master of Business Administration (MBA) Online degree program through the College of Business and Economics (COBE).

Robeson County Grower is Top Small Farmer in North Carolina

Lucius Epps, whose family history of farming in Robeson County goes back at least two generations, is the 2017 North Carolina Small Farmer of the Year.