Prospective Engineering Students
Welcome to the College of Engineering!
Thank you for taking time to visit our website. As a prospective student we are confident the engineering programs at North Carolina A&T State University will provide the challenge that you are seeking. Our students come from very diverse backgrounds and receive a rigorous education.
Our faculty utilize effective teaching strategies that challenge students and teach them HOW to think logically. Research areas include: cyber security, energy, material science, transportation systems infrastructure and more.
Feel free to peruse our site for information on admissions, student life, scholarships and other related areas, or you may contact us directly.
Freshman StudentsStudents desiring to enroll in an engineering or computer science program in the College of Engineering at North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University must meet the admission requirements for the university. Students admitted into an engineering or computer science program are expected to enroll in Pre-Calculus the first semester. Typically, admitted students have an average weighted GPA of 3.7.
Students who desire to enroll in engineering or computer science and who are not accepted are encouraged to enroll as an undeclared student in the Center for Academic Excellence. As an undeclared student, assigned advisors in the Center for Academic Excellence will advise the student on the pre-requisite courses required to enroll in engineering or computer science. Once the student has successfully completed these pre-requisite courses, he/she can then change their major from undeclared to engineering or computer science.
For specific information please visit our Graduate School.
The University of North Carolina Board of Governors has selected Dr. Lisa Owens-Jackson to receive the 2017 Excellence in Teaching Award for N.C. A&T State University.
N.C. A&T State University students engaged Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg in a wide-ranging and thoughtful conversation as part of the inaugural Chancellor’s Town Hall on March 13.
Dr. Shengmin Sang, a food scientist with N.C. A&T State University, licensed his patent for a family of novel aspirin-derived compounds to SARISA Therapeutics.