The College of Engineering
Yes, Aggies do!
Doing is a big thing at North Carolina A&T State University, and the fact you’ve come to the College of Engineering website tells us you might be interested in doing too.
Are you a student seeking a world-class engineering education?
Are you an employer needing to hire some of our accomplished graduates?
Are you an organization wishing to partner with excellent faculty and quality students on research projects?
Whatever reason has brought you to our website, we are pleased to welcome you to the College of Engineering!
Do look around. Click on our seven departments below to learn more about our academic programs. Get familiar with all we offer – 23 degrees in all -- undergraduate, masters and doctoral programs, right here on one gorgeous, vibrant campus in the heart of North Carolina.
Do check us out. Being associated with the College of Engineering is a singular experience you won’t find anywhere else. An Aggie engineering education develops professionals who are well-prepared to design solutions for the technical challenges of today and tomorrow. Watch our videos to help you determine if this environment is something you want to be a part of.
Do expect the best. As you compare us to other engineering schools and read our Points of Pride, you’ll begin to understand the meaning of “Aggie Pride”.
Are you ready to explore how we can change the world together?
Contact us to get started!
Their company may be called Little Brown Box Works, but the group of recently graduated and current N.C. A&T State University students are growing an enthusiastic following and an ever-bigger impact through their mobile app, video production and web design firm.
Leader in STEM Education to Deliver Inaugural Dean’s Distinguished Lecture Series Talk for N.C. A&T’s College of Science and Technology
In its first Dean’s Distinguished Lecture Series, the College of Science and Technology at N.C. A&T State University will present, “How to Get Students Actively Engaged in Learning, Even If You Have Hundreds of Them In Class,” at 3 p.m., Thursday, Feb. 23.
Farmers and other growers interested in learning about industrial-hemp production and the state law that has established a research program for it, are encouraged to attend an upcoming meeting.