Department of Chemistry

Welcome to the Department of Chemistry at N.C. A&T State University. Chemistry undergraduate and graduate students will study and live in a teaching and research environment that is collegial and contributes to life-long learning. This is possible because the Department of Chemistry has excellent student-professor relationships, outstanding course offerings and excellent instructional and laboratory facilities.

Graduates of the program enjoy successful careers in industry, academia and the government. Many of our graduates go on to pursue advanced degree programs at prestigious graduate, dental and medical schools across the country. Dr. Zerihun Assefa is the interim chairperson of the Department. The Department office or faculty or staff can assist you with any inquiry you may have.

Degrees Offered

  • CHEMISTRY - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE
  • SECONDARY EDUCATION (CHEMISTRY EDUCATION) - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE
  • TEACHING (CHEMISTRY EDUCATION) - MASTER OF ARTS
  • CHEMISTRY - MASTER OF SCIENCE
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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.

N.C. A&T Appoints New Interim Leader of the Graduate College

North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University professor and associate dean of the College of Science and Technology, Clay Gloster Jr., Ph.D., has been appointed interim vice provost for Research, Graduate Programs and Extended Learning and dean of the Graduate College.