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|North Carolina A&T University
Greensboro, North Carolina
North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University (A&T) provides outstanding academic programs through five undergraduate schools, two colleges, and a graduate school.
The mission of the University is to provide an intellectual setting in which students may find a sense of belonging, responsibility, and achievement that prepares them for roles of leadership and service in the communities where they will live and work. In this sense, the University serves as a laboratory for the development of excellence in teaching, research, and public service. As a result, A&T today stands as an example of well-directed higher education for all students.
Location and Community
The University's teaching faculty consists of more than 600 highly qualified members. Approximately 90 percent of them hold the doctoral degree or the first professional degree in their discipline. Faculty members are recruited from many areas and backgrounds, thereby bringing together a diverse cadre of academic professionals from many nations.
As complements to the academic programs, the University's Army and Air Force ROTC programs and cooperative education program provide excellent opportunities for students to enrich their educational experiences. The ROTC programs are designed to prepare college graduates for military service careers. The cooperative education program provides an opportunity for qualified students to alternate periods of study on campus and meaningful employment off campus in private industrial or business firms or government agencies.
The School of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences offers programs in agricultural economics, agricultural economics (agricultural business), agricultural education, agricultural education (agricultural extension), agricultural scienceearth and environmental science (earth and environmental science, landscape horticulture design, plant science, soil science), agricultural sciencenatural resources (plant science), animal science, animal science (animal industry), child development, child developmentearly education and family studies BK (teaching), family and consumer science (fashion merchandising and design), family and consumer science education, food and nutritional sciences, laboratory animal science, and landscape architecture.
In the College of Arts and Sciences, programs are available in applied mathematics, biology, biologysecondary education, broadcast production, chemistry, chemistrysecondary education, criminal justice, electronic/media journalism, English, Englishsecondary education, history, historysecondary education, journalism and mass communications, liberal studies-African American studies, liberal studies-international studies, liberal studies-dance, mathematics, mathematicssecondary education, media management, music education, musicgeneral, musicperformance, physics, physicssecondary education, political science, print journalism, professional theater, psychology, public relations, sociology, social work, Romance languages and literatures-French, Romance languages and literatures-French secondary education, Romance languages and literatures-Spanish, Romance languages and literatures-Spanish secondary education, speech, speech (speech pathology/audiology), visual artsart education, and visual artsdesign.
The School of Business and Economics offers programs in accounting, business administration, business education, business education (administrative systems, vocational business education, vocational business educationdata processing), economics, finance, management, management (management information systems), marketing, and transportation.
In the School of Education, programs are available in elementary education, human performance and leisure studies (fitness/wellness management), human performance and leisure studies (teaching), human performance and leisure studies (sports science and fitness management), recreation administration, and special education.
In the College of Engineering, programs are offered in architectural engineering, bioenvironmental engineering, chemical engineering, civil engineering, computer science, electrical engineering, industrial engineering, and mechanical engineering.
The School of Nursing grants the Bachelor of Science in Nursing (B.S.N.) degree.
The School of Technology has programs in computer-aided drafting and design, construction management, electronics technology, electronics technology (computational technology), electronics technology (information technology), graphic communication systems, integrated Internet technologies, manufacturing systems, manufacturing systems (motor sports), occupational safety and health, printing and publishing, technology education (teaching), trade and industrial education (teaching), and training and development for industry.
Facilities and Resources
The University's educational support centers are the Learning Assistance Center, the Audiovisual Center, the Closed Circuit Television Facility, a 1,000-watt student-operated educational radio station, the Computer Center, the Reading Center, the Language Laboratory, and the Center for Manpower Research and Training. The H. Clinton Taylor Art Gallery and the African Heritage Center are two exceptional art museums on campus. Throughout the year, these museums have on display a number of special exhibits of sculpture, paintings, graphics, and other media.
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Financial Aid / Scholarships
Admission Requirements / Application
North Carolina A&T State University welcomes applications from graduates of accredited community, technical, and junior colleges and from students who wish to transfer from other senior colleges.
The suggested application deadline for students who expect to live on campus is February 1; for commuting students, it is June 1. Applications are processed upon the receipt of the completed application form with the application fee of $35, official transcripts, and SAT or ACT scores. Out-of-state admission is limited; therefore, applications for admission should be filed by February 1.