Sustaining Lives, Enriching Communities.
Sustaining Lives, Enriching Communities.
College of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences

College of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences

75%

enrollment increase In The A&t College Of Agriculture Since 1990

21

million dollars Raised In External Funding

492

acre working farm Features Active Livestock And Horticultural Production

Why Choose a Career in Agriculture?

As a land-grant university, A&T has a historic mission to meet the needs of agriculture, and, through home economics, the people who devote their lives to it. Because of our interdependent economy, this mission has expanded into urban areas and to other nations. Modern agriculture is one of the most international of enterprises. In keeping with the University's commitment to high technology, the College's programs seek to integrate the latest technological advances in their instruction and research.

From management sciences to diet and nutrition, the College of Agriculture provides opportunities for rewarding careers in teaching, extension, agricultural-related business, fashion, research, and government.

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Agricultural Research

Organized research is conducted in the College of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences by research faculty with joint appointments in the instructional program.

Much of the research activity is sponsored by the United States Department of Agriculture. It is conducted on the University farm and in on-campus laboratories where investigations include such disciplines as agricultural economics, animal science, plant science, landscape architecture and design, human nutrition, housing, food science, and animal health.

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Begin Today.

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The North Carolina A&T State University College of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences wants to expose young people to the opportunities available in agriculture and the related sciences. Though our graduates have found fulfilling careers in a number of areas from fashion design to biotechnology, we have found that far too many young people have a limited perception of agriculture.

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