College of Arts, Humanities, & Social Sciences

With six departments and nine programs in seven buildings, the College of Arts, Humanities and Sciences is the largest academic unit at NC A&T State University, and it is at the heart and hub of any well-rounded course of study, irrespective of a student’s major. In our college, you will find the educational building blocks for careers in visual arts and design, music, theater, dance, journalism, public relations, politics, law, history, writing, editing, teaching, and more.

Through excellent instruction, internships, study abroad programs and service-learning opportunities, students in the College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences hone their critical thinking skills, engage in contemporary research, and develop creative problem-solving abilities in a variety of programs:

Our graduates continue their studies at some of the most prestigious graduate schools in the country, or they may immediately begin professional careers with the many research institutions, businesses, and government agencies that recruit and hire NC A&T students.

College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences
Office:  (336) 334_7806
Fax: +1 (336) 334-7173
Office Location:  A411 General Classroom Building
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