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Students searching for intellectual stimulation and growth, critical thinkers seeking research opportunities, travelers at heart looking to learn abroad, and future leaders and citizens of the world who want to serve humankind, but don’t yet know how N.C. A&T is the community that can help you succeed and improve the quality of life for all in the 21st century.

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College of Business and Economics
Accounting
Bachelor of Sciences (BS) Accounting, Master of Business Administration (MBA) Accounting |

The Department of Accounting and Finance has a rich legacy of educating business professionals with a strong comprehension of accounting. We were the first accounting program at a Historically Black College or University to receive the prestigious accreditation of AACSB International. Our is one of the nation's largest programs in production of African American CPAs. And we have just launched a Maste of Accountancy program that will add a rich, new dimension to our college.

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An Accounting degree from A&T can take you far: Each year, Big Four accounting firms, national and regional accounting firms, Fortune 500 service companies, industrial firms and large governmental agencies recruit our majors.

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College of Education
Adult Education
Master of Sciences (MS) Adult Education |

The graduate program in Adult Education is highly regarded both in North Carolina and nationally. The M.S. in Adult Education prepares education professionals for leadership careers.

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Graduates of the Adult Education program go on to careers in higher education, busines and for-profit and non-profit organizations, as well as top doctoral programs. Leadership Studies graduates have attained positions as college presidents and deans and senior leaders of programs in health, non-profit and business organizations. 

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College of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences
Advanced Certification in Family and Consumer Sciences

This program is for you if you are looking for a strong teaching foundation in areas including classroom management, curriculum development, teaching methods, assessment, education technology and content in family and consumer sciences.

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Our graduates work as teachers at the middle and high school levels. The certificate is especially designed for teachers who are committed to preparing students for family life, work life or for careers in family and consumer sciences.

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College of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences
Advanced Waste Management Certificate

The advanced interdisciplinary waste management certificate program is open to all graduate students. It is designed to create a talented pool of advanced students who will become leaders in environmental and waste management fields.

 

 

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College of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences
Agricultural and Environmental Systems
Bachelor of Sciences (BS) Agricultural and Environmental Systems, Master of Sciences (MS) Agricultural and Environmental Systems |

The B.S. in Agricultural and Environmental Systems will give you a solid immersion in all of the current and emerging issues facing food and agribusiness firms, as well as the knowledge and skills necessary to work expertly in the range of business areas within companies and operations in those industries.

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Graduates are ready for entry-level positions in areas ranging from agricultural chemical to commodity merchandising to soil conversation. You will also be well-prepared to pursue a graduate degree in range of programs, most popularly the M.S. in Agricultural and Environmental Systems, with a concentration in Agribusiness and Food Industry Management.  

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College of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences
Agricultural Education
Bachelor of Sciences (BS) Agricultural Education, Master of Sciences (MS) Agricultural Education |

Few challenges are as great and growing as feeding our hungry planet and safeguarding our natural resources. The need for professionals who can teach and communicate about agrisciences to students, agribusiness professionals and the agricultural community looms large and represents a significant opportunity for students interested in this field. 

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With a degree in Agricultural Education, you will be well prepared for a rewarding teaching career in a broad range of settings, as well as pursuit of a graduate degree in this or related fields.

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College of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences
Animal Science
Bachelor of Sciences (BS) Animal Science |

The Department of Animal Sciences is home to one of A&T's top STEM program and is the nation's top producer of Animal Sciences degrees earned by African Americans. As a student, you'll receive first-class advising and instruction and get hands-on experience in research and on the University Farm.

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Animal Sciences serve the biggest industry in the world. Our graduates go on to veterinary medicine, business and marketing professions serving animal industries, biotechnology, biomedical and pharmaceutical industries, product management and much more. View Program Page
College of Science and Technology
Applied Engineering Technology
Bachelor of Sciences (BS) Applied Engineering Technology |

The department offers four undergraduate and graduate degree STEM programs, all of which focus on critical thinking and strong preparation of students for immediate impact in their careers.

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Graduates of our programs are in extraordinarily high demand and are working for such major concerns as 3M, Bank of America, John Deere, Lockheed Martin, Pratt & Whitney, Volvo, Xerox and many more. Join us and start your journey toward career success in one of many exciting applied technology fields.

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College of Science and Technology
Applied Mathematics
Master of Sciences (MS) Applied Mathematics |

North Carolina A&T is the nation's top producer of African American master's degree earners in Mathematics and Statistics. Applied Mathematics is a leading graduate program at our university, highly regarded for the quality of students it attracts and the career possibilities that await them upon graduation.

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In the age of big data and storehouses of electronic information, the demand for Applied Mathematics graduates is exceptionally strong. Between 2014 and 2024, job growth of 24 percent is forecast, much higher than many other professions. 

 

 

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College of Science and Technology
Applied Science and Technology
PhD |

You will get an exceptional grounding in the technical and leadership skills in high demand in the marketplace with a doctoral degree in Applied Science and Technology. Best of all, you can choose from one of six different concentrations that map to your interests and career goals: Bioscience, Applied Chemistry, Applied Physics, Data Sciences and Analytics, Information Technology and Technology Management, and Atmoepheric, Environmental and Energy Science.

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Career prospects are strong for our graduates: Environmental scientists, for instance, enjoy an average salary of $97,000 a year. Earnings potential in other areas can run even higher. 
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College of Science and Technology
Atmospheric Sciences and Meteorology
Bachelor of Sciences (BS) Atmospheric Sciences and Meteorology |

As the world's climate changes, the demand for individuals with the education and training to understand our atmosphere and the factors that shape it is growing. A degree in Atmospheric Sciences and Meteorology will prepare you for impact in this area through coursework and internships in the use of data from surface air stations, satellites, radar and more. You'll learn to predict weather, flooding, air pollution and impacts of climate change.

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Our graduates are well prepared for graduate studies or careers with the National Weather Service, federal agencies like NASA, NOAA and the EPA, academic\a and the weather service industry. 

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College of Science and Technology
Automotive Engineering Technology
Bachelor of Sciences (BS) Automotive Engineering Technology |

Nowhere is the motorsports industry bigger than in North Carolina, and this program prepares professionals to fulfill the staffing needs of racing facilities, product/service suppliers, racing teams, corporate sponsors and more.

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Our students graduate with a strong working knowledge of NASCAR rules and regulations and the knowledge and skills critical for pit crew activities. They also have a keen understanding of the interdisciplinary intersection of technology, engineering, management, marketing, graphic design, communications and more.

 

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College of Engineering
Bioengineering
Bachelor of Sciences (BS) Bioengineering, Master of Sciences (MS) Bioengineering |

Bioengineering is the application of engineering principles and techniques to problems in medicine and healthcare. Bioengineering seeks to close the gap between engineering and medicine. It is responsible for innovations like prosthetics that restore limb function, implanted stimulators that restore heart function and biomaterials for tissue regeneration.

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With a degree in Bionengineering, you'll be well prepared to enter the research and development work that characterizes this field, taking on exciting challenges and working toward solutions that might have been unthinkable 25 years ago.

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College of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences
Biological Engineering
Bachelor of Sciences (BS) Biological Engineering |

Biological Engineering is one of the most exciting fields of study today. It integrates engineering with biological, agricultural and environmental sciences for the sustainable production of food and biomaterials and the efficient use of natural resources.

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Most biomedical engineers work in manufacturing, universities, hospitals and research facilities of companies and educational and medical institutions. Graduates can expect attractive starting salaries and significant salary growth over their careers.

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College of Science and Technology
Biology
Bachelor of Sciences (BS) Biology, Master of Sciences (MS) Biology, Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) Biology |

An undergraduate or graduate degree in Biology will prepare you for a lifetime of impact in this natural sciences discipline. Rich with opportunity and specialization areas, Biology makes possible careers in a diverse range of high-demand fields.

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Entry-level salaries for biologists with both undergraduate and graduate degrees are significant, and the opportunity for salary growth over the course of your career is sizable.

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College of Business and Economics
Business Administration
Master of Business Administration (MBA) Business Administration |

Our master’s program in business administration (MBA) provides students with a thorough understanding of business basics including economics finance and management. Scholars have the opportunity to focus on one of four concentrations: accounting, human resource management,  supply chain management or general. The latter three concentrations are also available in our Online MBA program.

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Our program is well-positioned to prepare managers for the global and competitive landscape in any placement they may find themselves by cultivating transferrable skills they can contribute to the marketplace.

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College of Business and Economics
Business Teacher Education
Bachelor of Sciences (BS) Business Teacher Education, Master of Sciences (MS) Business Teacher Education, Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) Business Teacher Education |

Our Business Teaching program provides foundational coursework in accounting, economics, management and marketing that will give you a complete grounding in business principles and practices and the teacher preparation that will enable you to succed as a classroom leader.

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Both our undergraduate and masters programs will prepare you to teach business at the middle and high school levels, and in the case of the masters program, ready you for work as a corporate business trainer.

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College of Engineering
Chemical Engineering
Bachelor of Sciences (BS) Chemical Engineering, Master of Sciences (MS) Chemical Engineering |

Students in our undergraduate and masters Chemical Engineering programs develop a keen understanding of processes and equipment in which material changes in composition or state. As graduates, they are in high demand for companies that manufacture plastics, forest products, gasoline, food, textile fibers, pharmaceuticals, microelectronic devices and more.

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A career in Chemical Engineering is often a route to top management. In view of the many options open to its graduates, Chemical Engineering can be a particularly good choice for students who have broad interests, but have not yet defined their career objectives. View Program Page
College of Science and Technology
Chemistry
Bachelor of Sciences (BS) Chemistry, Master of Sciences (MS) Chemistry |

Chemistry is often referred to as the “central science” because it connects the physical, life and applied sciences. A degree in chemistry can take you anywhere you want to go. Students interested in a research career will find that their Chemistry foundation allows them to branch into other fields of study at the graduate level or focus on a specific area of chemistry that grabs their interest. 

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As a student, you'll encounter smart classrooms, excellent laboratory facilities and opportunities to work with our oustanding faculty in research projects, all of which support an educational experience that will pay major dividends over your career.

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College of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences
Child Development and Family Studies
Bachelor of Sciences (BS) Child Development and Family Studies |

The Child Development and Family Studies Program will prepare you for a career focused on children, youth and families from diverse cultural, ethnic and linguistic backgrounds and abilities. Our thorough coursework includes lifespan human development, family studies, sociology, social work, elementary and special education, psychology, speech and health and physical education.

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WIth your degree, you will be well prepared to enter such fields as family life and parent education, infant, toddler, preschool and kindergarten teaching, youth and Head Start leadership, family services, family dispute mediation and much more.

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College of Engineering
Civil, Architectural and Environmental Engineering
Bachelor of Sciences (BS) Civil, Architectural and Environmental Engineering |

Whether you're interested in Civil Engineering or Architectural Engineering, we have the undergraduate that not only is right for you, but that will provide exceptional preparation that will enable you to excel in your career.

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Civil engineers create, operate and maintain public infrastructure like bridges, transportation systems, buildings, harbors and more. Erchitectural engineers create and maintain the numerous structural, heating/air conditioning, lighting/electrical, plumbing and fire protection systems for buildings. Click the link below to learn more about which may be right for you.

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College of Engineering
Computational Science and Engineering
Master of Sciences (MS) Computational Science and Engineering |

Our undergraduate, masters and Ph.D. programs educate future leaders in the creation of knowledge, science and technology. They are prepared for careers of impact in a field that is bright with possibilities for generations to come. 

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Our students acquire a wide range of computational skills that will allow them to solve large-scale data-intensive and real-life problems. These skills are prized by employers, and our graduates have embarked at careers in Fortune 100 companies, governmental laboratories and prestigious universities, among other top concerns.

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College of Engineering
Computer Engineering
Bachelor of Sciences (BS) Computer Engineering |

Computer engineering incorporates hardware and software in the electronic devices and systems that are increasingly part of every aspect of our lives. Computer engineers work in such areas as cybersecurity, networking, design automation, machine intelligence, software, the Internet of Things and much more.  

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As a computer engineer, you'll be able to work in a wide variety of careers, from industrial engineering to web development to computer network architect and many others. Growth prospects for this field are strong and will be, generations into the future.

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College of Engineering
Computer Science
Bachelor of Sciences (BS) Computer Science, Master of Sciences (MS) Computer Science, PhD |

Our Computer Science program offers cutting-edge instruction and the ability to participate in faculty-led, federally funded research. Agencies our students and faculty work with include NASA, the U.S. Air Force, the National Security Agency, the Naval Oceanographic Office and the National Science Foundation.

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The demand for computer scientists today is enormous and growing, according the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, which ranks job prospects in this field tops. Global reliance on computer technology means that trend is unlikey to change for generations to come.

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College of Science and Technology
Construction Management
Bachelor of Sciences (BS) Construction Management |

Construction Management explores the management of people, processes and materials. Core courses focus on measurement and estimating, project management, contracts administration, cost management, law, construction structures, building information modeling, residential and commercial construction and communication.

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Construction Management graduates enter the industry as estimators, planners, schedulers, project managers, quantity surveyors, contract administrators or building surveyors. Companies that hire our graduates include Turner Construction, Fluor, Bovis Lend Lease and Hensel Phelps, just to name a few.

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College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences
Criminal Justice
Bachelor of Sciences (BS) Criminal Justice |

The Department of Criminal Justice educates students about criminology and the criminal justice system and prepare them for careers in government and the private sector, as well as advanced studies in areas such as law.

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With a criminal justice degree, you can go on to a career in law enforcement, forensic crime scene investigation and criminal justice. We also offer a certificate program in forensic science, which is one of the most popular areas of study in the country.

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College of Business and Economics
Economics
Bachelor of Sciences (BS) Economics |

Economics is one of the hottest career fields today, and our undergraduate program will give you strong preparation for success in this exciting field. We offer both an on-campus program and the state's only online B.S. in Economics.

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Our graduates go on to high-earning careers in both public and private concerns. As the most popular of A&T degrees for graduates going on to law school, we are also well represented at law firms around the country.

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College of Engineering
Electrical Engineering
Bachelor of Sciences (BS) Electrical Engineering, Master of Sciences (MS) Electrical Engineering |

Electrical engineering changed the way we live and communicate in the last century. Electrical engineers design many of the systems that we use every day, including the electrical power grid, communications satellites, computer systems, cell phones, medical devices and much, much more.

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As an electrical engineeering student, you'll learn to use engineering principles to design new and better electronics, solve real-world challenges and improve our quality of life. You can also expect attractive entry-level salaries upon graduation and an excellent lifetime earnings potential.

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College of Science and Technology
Electronics Technology
Bachelor of Sciences (BS) Electronics Technology |

A degree in Electronics Technology will prepare you to understand the science (application, design, installation and manufacturing) involved in the interface of various computer and electrical systems. Engineering technology includes a diverse range of sub-disciplines, including applied design, electronics, embedded systems, control systems, instrumentation, telecommunications and power systems.

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Graduates of our Electronics Technology program are prepared to pursue a range of positions, including civil engineering technician, biomedical electronic technician, electronics technician for radar and more.

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College of Education
Elementary Education and Special Education
Bachelor of Sciences (BS) Elementary Education and Special Education, Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) Elementary Education and Special Education, Master of Arts in Education (MAED) Elementary Education and Special Education |

The Department of Educator Preparation offers bachelor of science degrees in Elementary Education and Elementary Education/Special Education with dual licensure. For those interested in expanding their education, the department also offers a master of arts in teaching in Elementary Education and in Special Education (K-12), as well as a masters in education in Elementary Education (K-6)

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High-quality teaching professionals are in high demand in today's schools, and our educator preparation programs will provide the education and knowledge you need not only to succeed, but to thrive in the demanding career of teaching.

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College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences
English
Bachelor of Arts (BA) English, Master of Arts (MA) English |

A passion for literature, a love for language, an interest in writing and communication -- all can lay the foundation for a degree in English, and that degree can lead you to virtually unlimited studies and careers. The Department of English's undergraduate majors and minors and two master's degrees give you a wide range of choice and flexibility to determine the focus best for you.

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The rich culture of the English department includes concentrations ranging from African American Literature to Technical Writing, examinations of topics including film, science fiction and hip-hop and spoken word performances. Discover the possibilities that English holds for you.

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College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences
English and African American Literature
Master of Arts (MA) English and African American Literature |

This master's program will prepare you to teach at the secondary and college level, as well as doctoral level studies in African American literature, Africana, Cultural, Ethnic and Women's Studies, English, Education and more. 

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North Carolina A&T is the only historically black university that offers a master's in English at an affordable cost, requiring 30 credit hours and providing both thesis and non-thesis options. Our program is solidly grounded in African American literacy, rhetorical and literary practices.

 

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Environmental Health and Safety
Bachelor of Sciences (BS) Environmental Health and Safety |

Our Environmental Health and Safety bachelor’s program addresses risk, toxicology, wastewater and material handling among other environmental and occupational safety and health hazards. We are accredited by the Applied and Natural Science Accreditation Commission of ABET and is also recognized by General Safety Professional (GSP) and Quality Assurance Program (QAP).

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Our graduates pursue industry careers as safety and health specialists, EPA specialists, risk managers, corporate industrial hygienists and compliance specialists, to name just a few.

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College of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences
Family and Consumer Science
Bachelor of Sciences (BS) Family and Consumer Science |

N.C A&T's degrees and advanced online certification program in Family and Consumer Science bring an interdisciplinary focus on consumerism and the marketplace with an overriding goal: Helping individuals and families lead satisfying lives. Coursework ranges from nutrition to family financial planning and many points in between.

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Whether you are interested in classroom teaching at the middle or high school level, working in the fashion industry, focusing on family financial management or delving into a related field, Family and Consumer Science can open the door to rewarding, lifetime careers.

College of Business and Economics
Finance
Bachelor of Sciences (BS) Finance |

The bachelor's degree in finance is an essential credential for entry into the career marketplace of the financial industry. The degree can lead to professional certification and career success for you as an aspiring finance professional. 

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Careers in finance include commercial and investment banking, financial planning, public accounting, real estate agent, insurance agent and more. They are typically financially rewarding and offer significant opportunities for advancement.

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College of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences
Food and Nutritional Sciences
Bachelor of Sciences (BS) Food and Nutritional Sciences, Master of Sciences (MS) Food and Nutritional Sciences |

Whether you're interested in Food and Nutrition Sciences as a pre-medicine discipline, as preparation for a career in food science, including advanced opportunities in research or food industries, the rigorous coursework and expectations of our undergraduate and master's programs can help you achieve your goals.

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Our graduates go on to work for public agencies, as registered dietitians, in food chemistry and food production development, food safety and inspection, college and communtiy instruction and many more rewarding fields. 

College of Science and Technology
Geomatics
Bachelor of Sciences (BS) Geomatics |

Only one university in North Carolina offers a four-year degree in geomatics leading to professional licensure, and it is ours, here at North Carolina A&T. This scientific discipline involves the use of measurements to determine locationos on the earth's surface. It is used in such work as urban planning and land use management, in-car navigation systems, transport network planning and much more. 

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Our graduates go on to careers in such fields as construction, boundary or hydrographic surveyor, global information system (GIS) analyst, drone operator, geodesist and many more. Geomatics can also prepare students for advanced studies in civil engineering and other engineering-related fields.

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Graphic Communication Systems
Bachelor of Sciences (BS) Graphic Communication Systems |

The technology and skill sets behind some of the most popular and widely used digital and web-based applications today -- video games, web sites, streaming video -- lie at the heart of the Graphic Communication Systems degree. Our faculty will impart the knowledge and hands-on experience critical to both immediate and long-term success in this exciting and expanding field.

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Our program is the only one of its kind in the Piedmont-Triad region that incorporates both design and technology management, and that means our graduates are in high demand by video game companies, design and communications firms, governmental agencies and more, with significant opportunities for advancement over the life of their careers.

 

College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences
History
Bachelor of Sciences (BS) History, Bachelor of Arts (BA) History, Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) History |

A keen understanding of the past can be the best tool to making sense of the present. To achieve that, our students become stronger critical thinkers, capable scholarly researchers and effective written and oral communicators -- skills that prepare them for success in a wide range of related fields and graduate programs. 

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Our graduates go on to beome high school history teachers or college history faculty, government historians, political advisors, archivists and more. A history degree can also prepare you for law school or other graduate studies in such disciplines as library science and museum science.

 

College of Engineering
Industrial and Systems Engineering
Bachelor of Sciences (BS) Industrial and Systems Engineering, Master of Sciences (MS) Industrial and Systems Engineering, PhD |

A challenging program at one of the nation's best colleges of engineering, Industrial and Systems Engineering (ISE) aims big, preparing outstanding graduates and focusing on complex, global challenges.

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A discipline that traces its roots to the Industrial Revolution, IES today includes a wide variety of occupational areas ranging from manufacturing to healthcare institutions. Our outstanding faculty and academic advisors will help ensure that whatever career focus you choose, you'll be fully prepared for impact in the workplace.
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Information Technology
Bachelor of Sciences (BS) Information Technology, Master of Sciences (MS) Information Technology |

No career field is growing faster today than Information Technology (IT), and our undergraduate and graduate degree programs, offered both on campus and online, prepare students for sucess in the wide range of IT positions. As a student, you'll gain a strong understanding of critical topics ranging from computer networking to database management to wireless communication.

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Career opportunities open to our graduates include IT project manager, web designer, network engineer, database developer, IT consultant, big data engineer and more. Earning potential across these fields is strong at the entry level with significant growth potential over the course of a career.

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Instructional Technology
Master of Sciences (MS) Instructional Technology |

Phase I of our online master’s program allows candidates to complete academic coursework, research and develop general teaching methods. Phase II allows candidates to complete coursework in assistive technology, multimedia and evaluation, as well as develop the ability to design online courses.

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We offer scholars three tracks for those who desire to pursue careers as an instructional technology director, a media coordinator or a business and industry manager.

College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences
Journalism and Mass Communication
Bachelor of Sciences (BS) Journalism and Mass Communication |

The media and communication industry is evolving quickly. Students looking to be part of this exciting, rewarding field will not only find outstanding preparation in the abiding basics, but up-to-the-minute preparation for current and emerging careers.

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Whether your interests lie in public relations, digital and multimedia journalism or mass media production, we have programs that have launched thousands of incredible careers and that can do the same for you.  

College of Health and Human Sciences
Kinesiology
Bachelor of Sciences (BS) Kinesiology |

The Department of Kinesiology is home to one of the university's most popular majors: The B.S. degree in Sport Science and Fitness Management. If you're interested in a career in sports, fitness, training or recreation fields, you'll find expert preparation for success in this major.

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The opportunities within this program are surprisingly wide-ranging, from fitness specialist in a cardiac rehabilitation program to pharmaceutical sales to wellness instructor. Find out more today.

College of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences
Laboratory Animal Science
Bachelor of Sciences (BS) Laboratory Animal Science |

Our bachelor’s program is the degree of choice for students interested in pursuing pre-vet and pre-med paths and preparing for advanced studies in human and animal health-related areas. We also offer animal technician certification at three levels offered by the American Association of Laboratory Animal Science (AALAS).

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Graduates of our program are equipped not only in technical skills, but also leadership skills in the area of animal welfare.

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Landscape Architecture
Bachelor of Sciences (BS) Landscape Architecture |

Our bachelor’s program has produced more African American landscape architects than any other program in the country, expanding diversity within the profession. Our students are trained in the social and geographical context of the field, and participate in service-based learning projects focused on underrepresented populations in the rural, urban and suburban South.

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Our graduates are prepared to become leaders in the field and are provided with theoretical, technical and life skills necessary to address complex and consistent changes with respect to ecological and social challenges associated with design, conservation and landscape management.

College of Education
Leadership Studies
PhD |

Are you a leader within your organization interested in preparing yourself for the critical next step in your career? A&T's interdisciplinary Leadership Studies doctoral degree can provide the knowledge and preparation to support your aspirations.

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Our alumni have gone on to success and impact as college presidents, deans of schools and colleges, vice presidents of programs in education, health, non-profit organizations, business organizations and more.

College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences
Liberal Studies
Bachelor of Arts (BA) Liberal Studies |

This interdisciplinary program is what people mean when they extoll the virtues of a great liberal arts education. Our broad, rigorous program prepares our students for impactful careers in a marketplace increasingly in search of liberal arts graduates and for success in graduate programs.

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Liberal Studies students choose from one of four concentrations as a focus for their program, including African-American Studies, Applied Cultural Thought, Interdisciplinary Studies or Pre-Law. A Liberal Studies degree is available both on campus and online.  
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College of Business and Economics
Management
Bachelor of Sciences (BS) Management |

Management majors must be highly motivated, strategic and visionary thinkers with strong analytical, communication and interpersonal skills.  Courses in accounting, finance, marketing, organizational behavior, production management, international management, and human resources management are program requirements.

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A number of exciting career opportunities await the graduates from the Department of Management.  Management graduates may consider careers in information systems, general management, human resources management, production and operations management, and entrepreneurship.  A variety of business, government, and non-profit organizations regularly recruit majors through the Office of Career Services and Experiential Learning.

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College of Business and Economics
Management (Business Administration)
Bachelor of Sciences (BS) Management (Business Administration) |

Management majors must be highly motivated, strategic and visionary thinkers with strong analytical, communication and interpersonal skills.  Courses in accounting, finance, marketing, organizational behavior, production management, international management, and human resources management are program requirements.

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A number of exciting career opportunities await the graduates from the Department of Management.  Management graduates may consider careers in information systems, general management, human resources management, production and operations management, and entrepreneurship.  A variety of business, government, and non-profit organizations regularly recruit majors through the Office of Career Services and Experiential Learning.

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College of Business and Economics
Management (Management Information Systems)
Bachelor of Sciences (BS) Management (Management Information Systems) |

Management majors with a concentration in Management Information Systems (MIS) will develop skills in information systems, strategic planning, MIS project management, and management and implementation. Courses include systems analysis and design, database management, programming, IT service management, accounting, economics, marketing, production, and communications.

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MIS graduates solve strategic business problems, analyze business processes, manage IT projects, and design information systems to support the strategies and operations of their employers. Consulting, healthcare, technology, and finance are just some of the many industries MIS graduates can enter. In fact, every type of organization in every type of industry hires MIS graduates.

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College of Business and Economics
Marketing
Bachelor of Sciences (BS) Marketing |

Marketing is the management of processes responsible for identifying, anticipating, & satisfying customer requirements profitably. It covers all the processes involved in successfully promoting and selling a product or service.

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Our graduates are prepared for leadership. They are chosen for internships and permanent placements by the nation’s best-in-class corporations and public sector institutions. Some choose to continue their education at some of the most prestigious graduate schools and law schools in the nation. No matter the choice, MSCM alums have amassed impressive records of success.

 

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College of Business and Economics
Marketing (Sales)
Bachelor of Sciences (BS) Marketing (Sales) |

Marketing is the management of processes responsible for identifying, anticipating, & satisfying customer requirements profitably. It covers all the processes involved in successfully promoting and selling a product or service.

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Our graduates are prepared for leadership. They are chosen for internships and permanent placements by the nation’s best-in-class corporations and public sector institutions. Some choose to continue their education at some of the most prestigious graduate schools and law schools in the nation. No matter the choice, MSCM alums have amassed impressive records of success.

 

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College of Science and Technology
Mathematics
Bachelor of Sciences (BS) Mathematics, Master of Sciences (MS) Mathematics |

Our students can select from programs offering instruction in applied mathematics, pure mathematics, statistics and mathematics education. We also offer a master’s program that focuses on applied mathematics training, giving our scholars thorough background and research training in the area.

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Our students are prepared through hands-on experience and with computational skills to tackle real-world challenges. Graduates are hired by financial consulting firms, banking institutions, biomedical and imaging enterprises and engineering and computer companies. Those pursuing mathematics education are well equipped to succeed in preparing young minds in the classroom.

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College of Engineering
Mechanical Engineering
Bachelor of Sciences (BS) Mechanical Engineering, Master of Sciences (MS) Mechanical Engineering, PhD |

If you're considering studying engineering, you could make no more impactful a choice then choosing Mechanical Engineering at North Carolina A&T, a nationally ranked engineering program and producer of more African American engineers than any university in America. 

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Mechanical engineers can pursue a wide variety of specializations in such areas as materials science, aerospace engineering, product design and manufacturing and many more. Our programs span the undergraduate, masters and doctoral levels and include both an honors program and an aerospace option.

 

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College of Education
Mental Health Counseling
Master of Sciences (MS) Mental Health Counseling |

Our master’s programs offers training in mental health counseling with a focus on either clinical or rehabilitation studies. The clinical program is accredited by the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP), and our rehabilitation program is accredited by the Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs (CACREP).

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Graduates of our clinical program often work in such settings as marriage and family counseling, substance abuse counseling and college counseling. Our rehabilitation program equips students to work in private practice, nonprofit agencies and correctional facilities and prepares them to pursue doctoral programs, if they so choose.

 

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College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences
Music
Bachelor of Arts (BA) Music |

Our acclaimed bachelor’s programs offer degrees in general music, music performance and music education. We are accredited by the National Association of Schools of Music (NASM).

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Upon graduation, our students earn their place in competitive graduate schools or are equipped to pursue fulfilling professional careers related to their focus areas.

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Joint School of Nanoscience and Nanoengineering
Nanoengineering
Master of Sciences (MS) Nanoengineering, PhD |

The master’s and doctoral programs offered by the Joint School of Nanoscience and Nanoengineering are uniquely positioned to cater to the needs of scholars from diverse science and engineering backgrounds. Our state-of-the-art research facility attracts students interested in conducting advanced research at the nanometer scale.

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Graduates of our interdisciplinary program are prepared for positions in industry, government and academia in fields that utilize nanotechnology.

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College of Health and Human Sciences
Nursing
Bachelor of Sciences (BS) Nursing |

In the growing and dynamic field of health care, Nursing is among the most in-demand jobs, with possibilities for employment and advancement throughout North Carolina and across the country. North Carolina A&T's 65-year history of nursing education makes our university the right place to start your journey toward a rewarding career in this noble profession. 

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Whether you are interested in the traditional BSN degree, an accelerated BSN or building upon your associates degree by completing a bachelor's degree, the School of Nursing has the program that's right for you.  

 

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College of Science and Technology
Occupational Safety and Health

Students interested in managing occupational safety and health programs will find their match in this online certificate program. This growing field focuses on the mitigation of workplace risks, hazards and accidents.

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A range of career opportunities map to this certificate program, including occupational health and safety technician, industrial hygiene manager consumer safety specialist, safety and health specialist and more. 

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College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences
Political Science
Bachelor of Arts (BA) Political Science |

Understanding governments, politics and policies is one of the great challenges of our time. Students interested in political science will find in our program deeper insight through examination of political theory, American government, elections, social transformation and more.

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A political science degree can open career doors in such fields as policy analyst, political consultant, legislative assistance, intelligence analyst and more. It can also serve as a sound undergraduate platform from which to pursue a graduate degree in Law or other disciplines.

 

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College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences
Professional Theatre
Bachelor of Arts (BA) Professional Theatre |

Our Bachelor of Fine Arts in Theatre program is one of only two offered by Historically Black Colleges and Universities in the country and is accredited by the National Association of Schools of Theatre (NAST). Black Broadway nationally ranked our program as one of the top five for African American students.

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The Professional Theatre program encourages self-expression, awareness and discipline and prepares students for a successful and fulfilling career. Our students have won numerous regional and national awards at the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival before graduating and continuing to achieve amazing things on stage and behind the scenes.

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College of Health and Human Sciences
Psychology
Bachelor of Arts (BA) Psychology |

Our undergraduate degree in psychology introduces students to relevant ideas and concepts, interdisciplinary learning and offers training in both basic and applied research.

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Graduates of our program are trained to succeed in any number of career paths including roles in crisis prevention counseling, substance abuse counseling and human resources.

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College of Education
Reading Education
Master of Arts in Education (MAED) Reading Education |

Our master’s degree in Reading Education prepares current “A” licensed classroom teachers as they work with students to improve literacy skills. Our program aligns with standards established by the International Literacy Association and North Carolina Department of Public Instruction.

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Graduates of our program continue rewarding careers in education as teachers in public, private and charter schools as reading specialists, literacy coaches, special education program specialists, curriculum facilitators and more.

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College of Education
Rehabilitation Counseling and Rehabilitation Counselor Education
PhD |

The doctoral program is designed to prepare culturally competent students and place major emphasis in the area of Trauma and Trauma-informed care. We are accredited by the Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs (CACREP).

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Our graduates experience a 100 percent post-graduation placement as rehabilitation and counselor education faculty, clinicians, researchers, counseling program coordinators, and leaders of state/federal agencies.

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College of Education
School Administration
Master of Science in Administration (MSA) School Administration |

The Master of School Administration degree prepares students who desire to transform marginalized communities by creating educational environments that cater to specific needs.

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The MSA program produces culturally responsive leaders who often serve as superintendents, central office administrators, principals and assistant principals, among other high-impact positions. We are accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and School (SACS), American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education and the American Council on Education.

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College of Education
School Counseling
Master of Sciences (MS) School Counseling |

Our master’s program provides flexibility for students seeking a professional career in elementary or secondary school counseling by offering high caliber evening classes. We are nationally accredited by the Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs (CACREP).

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Graduates of our program are equipped to be dynamic school counselors, keeping the ethical standards established by the American Counseling Association (ACA) close to heart. They are essential in helping meet the academic, personal and social needs of individuals in school and community environments.

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College of Science and Technology
Secondary Education (Biology Education)
Bachelor of Sciences (BS) Secondary Education (Biology Education) |

We are dedicated to providing undergraduate students with academic coursework that challenges them to achieve to their fullest and prepares them to excel in today's classrooms. Biology Education is of special need today, with the heightened emphasis on STEM disciplines, meaning graduates of this program will have multiple options for employment.

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Our highly-motivated students have a variety of opportunities available to them after graduating from our program. Some may pursue graduate and professional programs, while others may secure research careers in government and industry-related fields, including pharmaceutical sales, biotechnology and environmental science.

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College of Health and Human Sciences
Social Work
Bachelor of Sciences (BS) Social Work |

Our bachelor’s program strategically engages and mentors learners as they develop informed and responsible ways to address social change locally and globally. We are nationally accredited by the Council on Social Work Education (CSWE).

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Our graduates develop competencies that lead to career placement in a number of fields, including advocacy services, social justice organizations, nonprofits and mental health agencies. Our social workers improve the quality of life of clients and skillfully perform interventions through research, policy, and community organizing.

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College of Health and Human Sciences
Social Work (Joint with UNCG)

This unique program jointly offered by N.C. A&T and UNCG prepares master’s and doctoral students for multicultural clinical practice as members of both campus communities. We are nationally accredited by the Council of Social Work Education (CSWE).

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Graduates are prepared to collaborate with consumers and colleagues in the development of practices promoting social and economic justice.

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College of Health and Human Sciences
Sociology
Bachelor of Arts (BA) Sociology |

We train our undergraduates to investigate, identify and report on the ways social forces interact and impact our lives. Our program provides students with a diverse set of skills that help facilitate positive social change.

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A degree in sociology from N.C. A&T prepares students for graduate study in law, social work and public administration. Additionally, many graduates matriculate into government service positions, applied research and other educational opportunities.

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College of Education
Speech
Bachelor of Arts (BA) Speech |

The Department of Administration and Instructional Services encourages student exploration in two degree programs: Communication Studies and Speech/Language Pathology and Audiology.

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A degree in Speech Communication Studies prepares graduates to pursue advanced degrees, become researchers, educators, advocates and business communication leaders. A degree in Speech/Language Pathology and Audiology also equips graduates to obtain a master’s degree that will open the door to employment in clinics, schools, hospitals and government agencies.

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College of Business and Economics
Supply Chain Management
Bachelor of Sciences (BS) Supply Chain Management |

Our Marketing and Supply Chain department is accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) and provides undergraduate students with a rigorous course of study that allows them to learn and apply essential elements related to supply chain analysis, international logistics and customer relationships and more.

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Upon completion of the bachelor’s degree program, students are empowered to take on leadership positions with the nation’s best-in-class corporations and public sector institutions.

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College of Education
Teaching
Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) Teaching |

Our master’s program is designed for individuals who desire to attain an initial teaching license in a specific concentration.

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We offer 12 different discipline areas, including biology education, business education, child development and family consumer sciences. Our program is a proven route to classroom success for prospective teachers looking to make a difference in our schools and in the world. 
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Technology Education
Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) Technology Education |

Our online master’s program prepares rising leaders in the classroom and enhances their ability to deliver high quality technology, engineering and design education to students they engage with in public schools. We comply with the INTASC, CAEP and the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction, as well as the standards of achievement for 21st century learners.

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This program is part of an NCATE accredited unit and graduates apply knowledge gained from respective research areas to their classroom interactions, including parental involvement, curriculum integration and student learning.

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College of Science and Technology
Technology Management
Master of Sciences (MS) Technology Management |

We pride ourselves on offering an online master’s degree program that challenges and prepares future leaders of high-tech companies, while allowing room for flexibility and convenience. Our program track areas will enhance your knowledge of key disciplines, including environmental health and safety, industrial management, graphic design technology and supply chain management.

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Our program is a solid foundation for a number of post-graduation plans. Some grads pursue supervisory roles, while others continue on the academic track to earn a Ph.D. in Technology Management or other disciplines. We also provide a joint Ph.D. consortium degree program with Indiana State University.

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College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences
Visual Arts, Design
Bachelor of Arts (BA) Visual Arts, Design |

The Visual Arts, Design degree allows students to take rigorous studio courses in drawing, design, color theory, computer graphic design, painting and art history. Upon graduation, you will have a developed portfolio that demonstrates immense skill in both traditional and new media.  

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Our program prepares students for an ever-changing and expanding landscape. We prepare students to meet the demand of the new standards in visual arts communications.

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Accounting
College of Business and Economics
BS, MBA |
Adult Education
College of Education
MS |
Advanced Certification in Family and Consumer Sciences
College of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences
Advanced Waste Management Certificate
College of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences
Agricultural and Environmental Systems
College of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences
BS, MS |
Agricultural Education
College of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences
BS, MS |
Animal Science
College of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences
BS |
Applied Engineering Technology
College of Science and Technology
BS |
Applied Mathematics
College of Science and Technology
MS |
Applied Science and Technology
College of Science and Technology
PhD |
Atmospheric Sciences and Meteorology
College of Science and Technology
BS |
Automotive Engineering Technology
College of Science and Technology
BS |
Bioengineering
College of Engineering
BS, MS |
Biological Engineering
College of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences
BS |
Biology
College of Science and Technology
BS, MS, MAT |
Business Administration
College of Business and Economics
MBA |
Business Teacher Education
College of Business and Economics
BS, MS, MAT |
Chemical Engineering
College of Engineering
BS, MS |
Chemistry
College of Science and Technology
BS, MS |
Child Development and Family Studies
College of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences
BS |
Civil, Architectural and Environmental Engineering
College of Engineering
BS |
Computational Science and Engineering
College of Engineering
MS |
Computer Engineering
College of Engineering
BS |
Computer Science
College of Engineering
BS, MS, PhD |
Construction Management
College of Science and Technology
BS |
Criminal Justice
College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences
BS |
Economics
College of Business and Economics
BS |
Electrical Engineering
College of Engineering
BS, MS |
Electronics Technology
College of Science and Technology
BS |
Elementary Education and Special Education
College of Education
BS, MAT, MAED |
English
College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences
BA, MA |
English and African American Literature
College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences
MA |
Environmental Health and Safety
College of Science and Technology
BS |
Family and Consumer Science
College of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences
BS |
Finance
College of Business and Economics
BS |
Food and Nutritional Sciences
College of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences
BS, MS |
Geomatics
College of Science and Technology
BS |
Graphic Communication Systems
College of Science and Technology
BS |
History
College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences
BS, BA, MAT |
Industrial and Systems Engineering
College of Engineering
BS, MS, PhD |
Information Technology
College of Science and Technology
BS, MS |
Instructional Technology
College of Science and Technology
MS |
Journalism and Mass Communication
College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences
BS |
Kinesiology
College of Health and Human Sciences
BS |
Laboratory Animal Science
College of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences
BS |
Landscape Architecture
College of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences
BS |
Leadership Studies
College of Education
PhD |
Liberal Studies
College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences
BA |
Management
College of Business and Economics
BS |
Management (Business Administration)
College of Business and Economics
BS |
Management (Management Information Systems)
College of Business and Economics
BS |
Marketing
College of Business and Economics
BS |
Marketing (Sales)
College of Business and Economics
BS |
Mathematics
College of Science and Technology
BS, MS |
Mechanical Engineering
College of Engineering
BS, MS, PhD |
Mental Health Counseling
College of Education
MS |
Music
College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences
BA |
Nanoengineering
Joint School of Nanoscience and Nanoengineering
MS, PhD |
Nursing
College of Health and Human Sciences
BSN |
Occupational Safety and Health
College of Science and Technology
Political Science
College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences
BA |
Professional Theatre
College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences
BA |
Psychology
College of Health and Human Sciences
BA |
Reading Education
College of Education
MAED |
Rehabilitation Counseling and Rehabilitation Counselor Education
College of Education
PhD |
School Administration
College of Education
MSA |
School Counseling
College of Education
MS |
Secondary Education (Biology Education)
College of Science and Technology
BS |
Social Work
College of Health and Human Sciences
BS |
Social Work (Joint with UNCG)
College of Health and Human Sciences
MSW |
Sociology
College of Health and Human Sciences
BA |
Speech
College of Education
BA |
Supply Chain Management
College of Business and Economics
BS |
Teaching
College of Education
MAT |
Technology Education
The Graduate College
MAT |
Technology Management
College of Science and Technology
MS |
Visual Arts, Design
College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences
BA |