Graduate Programs

It is an honor to welcome you to the College of Science and Technology, Graduate Programs. Our mission is to provide an academically challenging, value-based environment that prepares learners to be critical thinkers in the science and technology disciplines. Our graduates are professionals, global citizens, effective communicators, and responsible leaders and educators in the context of the College of Science and Technology's Core Values.

The College of Science and Technology has a total of 12 Graduate Programs in the College of Science and Technology housed in seven departments. We offer students dedicated graduate faculty, small class sizes, and innovative instruction.

PhD in Energy and Environmental Systems

PhD in Technology Management

PSM in Applied Chemistry and Chemical Sciences

PSM in Industrial Biosciences

MS in Biology

MS in Chemistry

MS in Information Technology  On-Campus or Online

MS in Mathematics, Applied

MS in Physics

MS in Technology Management  On-Campus or Online

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STEM Early College at N.C. A&T Earns National Recognition from Two Top Sources

GREENSBORO, N.C. (May 23, 2018) – The STEM Early College at North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University has earned prominent national recognition in two different evaluations of school quality and character across the country.

PREEMINENCE BEFORE 2020!!

On Sunday, May 20, 2018, the senior group of Sowell, Ordonez, Rivera, Hunt and McAlister along with Hall and the rest of the Aggies baseball program won the 2018 MEAC championship with a 12-9 win over their longtime nemesis in the tournament, the Bethune-Cookman Wildcats.

Aggies Blowout FAMU, Win Southern Division Title

North Carolina A&T baseball added to the championship collection. The best season in North Carolina A&T Athletics history since joining the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference in 1971 apparently still has a lot of steam left. N.C. A&T baseball scored a bunch of runs en route to the MEAC Southern Division regular-season title thanks to a 25-15 defeat of Florida A&M Saturday at Moore-Kittles Field.