Our Distinctions

The College of Engineering is proud of its rich legacy of academic and research excellence and civic engagement. The College consists of the department of Chemical Biological and Bio Engineering; Civil, Architectural and Environmental Engineering, Computer Science; Electrical and Computer Engineering; Industrial and Systems Engineering; Mechanical Engineering; and the interdisciplinary Computational Science and Engineering program.

Together the College offers our corporate partners ample research and educational partnership opportunities, as well as a workforce source comprised of students and graduates of the ten bachelors, eight masters, and five doctoral level programs. 

The College has consistently ranked No. 1 in the nation for the number of degrees awarded to African Americans at the undergraduate level and has been the leading producer of African American female engineers at the baccalaureate level in the U.S. for at least nine consecutive years.

Our faculty researchers attracted over $17 million in total annual research dollars during the 2017-2018 academic year. The College ranks No. 2 in annual research dollars among the four North Carolina public engineering schools.

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N.C. A&T Online Undergraduate Information Technology Program Among Nation’s Most Affordable

North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University’s online bachelor of information technology program ranked among the most affordable (in the country, according to Affordable Schools 20 Best Affordable Online Colleges for Computer Networking Degree 2019.

N.C. A&T's COAACH Wins Third in National Challenge

A team from the Center for Outreach in Alzheimer’s Aging and Community Health (COAACH) at North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University won third place in the Improving Care for People with Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Dementias Using Technology (iCare-AD/ADRD) Challenge.

Students at N.C. A&T Learn the Process and Principles of Self-Love at Chancellor’s Speaker Series

From the moment Chancellor Harold L. Martin Sr. took the stage at Harrison Auditorium for the Chancellor’s Speaker Series, “Love the Skin You’re In,” Oct. 3, student engagement was intense and consuming.