College of Education

Prospective Graduate Students

Admission Requirements

College seniors, college graduates with a baccalaureate degree from a four-year institution of higher education, and current classroom teachers with a valid teaching license who are interested in attaining a graduate degree in the Department of Educator Preparation should contact the Graduate College at North Carolina A&T located in Gibbs Hall. You may call to speak with a representative at 336-285-2366. To learn more about applying, visit the Graduate College website

To apply to a graduate degree program, please visit the Graduate College application website.

Tuition and Fees

The cost to attend North Carolina A&T varies by the type of student who enrolls. Rates differ for full-time on-campus students compared to off-campus commuter students. We strongly encourage students to contact the Treasurers Office to learn more about the different rates to attend the university. You may call the Treasurers Office at 336-334-7721 or you may send an email to treasoff@ncat.edu.

If you would like to learn more about the different rates to attend the university, you may visit the Treasurers Office website that outlines these rates here

Financial Aid

The University offers financial support to prospective students contingent upon their personal financial situation. These forms of support vary between grants, scholarships, loans, or work study. We strongly encourage prospective students to contact representatives in the Office of Financial Aid to discuss eligibility requirements for these various forms of financial support and to discuss the application process for each one. Please use the following information to contact Office of Financial Aid: 

Office of Student Financial Aid
Dowdy Administrative Building, Suite. 100
1601 East Market Street 
Greensboro, NC 27411 
Phone: 336-334-7973 or Toll free (800) 443-0835
Fax: 336-334-7954
Email : finaid@ncat.edu
Financial Aid Website

Graduate Degree Program Information

College seniors, college graduates with a baccalaureate degree from a four-year institution of higher education, and current classroom teachers with a valid teaching license who are interested in attaining a graduate degree in the Educator Preparation Program should adhere to the admission information articulated on the Graduate College website. To learn more about each degree program, please click the appropriate link(s) below related to the program of interest.

Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) – Reading
Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) – Elementary Education
Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT)