Department of Computer Systems Technology

The Department of Computer Systems Technology (CST) prepares students to pursue technical, as well as technical management careers in all employment sectors. The program emphasizes acquisition of sound theoretical studies, as well as intensive hands-on experiences in the area of electronics technology. The CST department emphasizes development of real world competencies demanded by employers. Students receive thorough grounding in electronics; digital and microprocessor systems; computer technologies, including hardware, software and computer networking; communication systems; power distribution; and automation and control systems. Additional emphasis is placed on courses in business management, statistical process control, humanities, computer programming, safety and project management, and manufacturing processes to provide students the background they need in the economic and managerial aspects of the business enterprise.

After graduation, our students are prepared to manage projects and/or people in the corporate sector, software companies, telecommunications, broadcast and Internet companies. Companies that hire our graduates include: AT&T, Ford Motor Company, IBM, Northrop Grumman, Rockwell Collins, just to name a few

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World Renowned Motivational Speaker Eric Thomas Set to Inspire N.C. A&T Students for the Upcoming Year

As part of the 2017-18 Welcome Week activities, the Division of Academic Affairs and Student Affairs at North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University will host Dr. Eric “ET” Thomas, at 7 p.m., Thursday, Aug. 17, in Harrison Auditorium.

N.C. A&T Board of Trustees to Hold Special Meeting Aug. 14

A special called meeting of the N.C. AT State University Board of Trustees is scheduled to be held at 5:30 p.m., Monday, Aug. 14, in the Dowdy Building, conference room 424-A.

N.C. A&T, UNCG selected as National Science Foundation I-Corps Site

N.C. A&T State University and the University of North Carolina at Greensboro have been awarded a five-year, $500,000 grant by the National Science Foundation (NSF) to establish Greensboro as an Innovation Corps (I-Corps) Site.