Undergraduate students who graduate with a 3.00 or better GPA are able to find good jobs and/or opportunities for graduate education at many institutions. The investment in a high quality engineering education is well worth it when graduates ultimately achieve long-term good, stable incomes and bright career prospects.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics states that a bachelor's degree is worth more than $2.1 million over 40 years, compared to $1.2 million for high school graduates and engineering degrees, in general, result in larger salaries than those of most other fields.
North Carolina A&T is 10th in the nation in the percentage of B.S. degrees in engineering awarded to women (32.1%).
The Society of Women Engineers has a very strong chapter at NCA&T, with impressive corporate support. Women, who are often underrepresented in the engineering field, find the environment in our College of Engineering welcoming and nurturing.
The College of Engineering has an especially friendly community because the faculty/student ratio is low and students are able to obtain the attention they need to complete their degree programs.
The Engineering Student Development Center, housed within the College of Engineering, offers a wide range of support services for students from supplemental instruction to a unique College of Engineering Toastmasters Club.
Retail clothing entrepreneur and TV personality Daymond John of ABC’s wildly popular “Shark Tank” series will kick off The Harold L. Martin Sr. Chancellor’s Speaker Series at N.C. A&T State University with a talk at 6 p.m., Thursday, April 27, in Harrison Auditorium.
Retired corporate affairs and business executive Hilda Pinnix-Ragland is the keynote speaker for commencement exercises for The Graduate College at N.C. A&T State University.
All students are encouraged to attend a campus safety forum set for Friday, 4 p.m., in Harrison Auditorium on the N.C. A&T campus.