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  • Admission Criteria - Freshman - North Carolina A&T State University
    grade point average The aforementioned and subsequent admissions criteria are applied flexibly to assure that individuals with unusual qualifications are not rejected in the admissions process The University of North Carolina System has a policy that each constituent institution limit the proportion of out of state students in the entering freshmen class to not more than 18 and North Carolina A T State University adheres to this policy The College of Engineering is exempt from this policy Therefore academic achievement and SAT ACT scores must be competitive Minimum Undergraduate Course Requirements For admittance to all undergraduate programs all freshman applicants must satisfy the following minimum high school course requirements for admission English 4 units Science 3 units A biological science a physical science and a science with a laboratory are required Social Sciences 2 units United States History is required as one of the social sciences 2 units of the same Foreign Language Mathematics 4 units Mathematical course units must include Algebra I Geometry Algebra II and one of the following Advanced Mathematics courses AP Calculus A B AP Calculus B C AP Statistics Pre Calculus formerly Advanced Math Discrete Mathematics Integrated Mathematics IV Advanced Functions and Modeling IB Mathematics Level II The following course can be taken at the community college to fulfill this requirement also but only when taken in concert with the associated lab course Both the classroom and lab courses must be presented together to be accepted MAT 155 AND 155A Statistical Analysis MAT 165 AND MAT 165A Finite Math MAT 171 171A Pre Calculus Algebra AND MAT 172 172A Pre Calculus Trigonometry MAT 175 AND MAT 175A Pre Calculus MAT 252 AND MAT 252A Statistics II MAT 271 AND MAT 271A Calculus I MAT 272 AND MAT 272A Calculus II For freshman applicants that attend a non public high school in North Carolina the fourth math unit must be comparable to one of the courses listed above and must be approved by the Office of Undergraduate Admissions For out of state freshman applicants the fourth math unit must be comparable to one of the courses listed above and must be approved by the Office of Undergraduate Admissions Points of Pride Academic Athletic Arts prev Engineering Lab The College of Engineering ranks No 1 for the number of degrees awarded to African Americans Research U S News and World Report ranks the COE in the top third of the Best Undergraduate Engineering Programs ERC Research N C A T is the home of the National Science Foundation Engineering Research Center ERC Ag Research SAES brought in more than 20 million in research grant funding Webb Hall The School of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences SAES is the largest among the nation s HBCUs F D Bluford Library F D Bluford Library is one of the region s premier research libraries Engineering Professor and Student The MSIT Online Program in the School of Technology is nationally ranked by U S News World Report next prev Academic Excellence A

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  • Transfer Applicant - North Carolina A&T State University
    engineering program or 3 0 GPA if transferring from other types of institutions Transfer student applicants who fall under the following categories may be exempt from submitting high school transcripts and or standardized test scores Applicants who were awarded the high school diploma prior to 1988 and or at least twenty four years 24 old prior to the beginning of classes Applicants who have the associate of arts the associate of science or the associate of fine arts the baccalaureate or any higher level degree Applicants who have completed a degree under an articulation agreement Applicants who have completed six 6 semester hours of degree creditable work in each of the following areas English Mathematics the Natural Sciences the Social and Behavioral Sciences and Foreign Languages Transfer courses with a grade of C or higher are accepted as transferable course work Accepted courses are recorded to the student s academic record but grade points are not calculated on the transferred courses The university does not accept transfer credit from challenge examinations or for course work where grades of P F have been given The maximum number of transferable credits is eighty 80 semester hours from a four year college and sixty four 64 semester hours from a two year college The University of North Carolina System and the North Carolina Community College System have designed a Comprehensive Articulation Agreement CAA to facilitate the transfer of courses to most four year colleges and universities in North Carolina To be eligible for transfer credit under the CAA the transfer student applicant must graduate from a North Carolina community college with an Associate in Arts AA or Associate in Science AS or complete the 44 semester credit hours of general education core to automatically receive NC A T general education transfer equivalency credits for all of the 44 semester hours To obtain more information about the CAA visit http www ncat edu admissions undergraduate how to apply transfer apply html NC Community College transfer students who graduate with an Associate of Applied Science AAS who satisfactory complete the degree program with a grade of C or better in all courses that are designated for college transfer will receive credit for those courses Articulation of AAS degree programs will be handled on a bilateral articulation agreement rather than on a statewide basis Transfer applicants who are not covered by the above stated policy are referred in the next section on special students For specific requirements freshmen and transfer applicants should refer to the respective schools colleges section and to departmental listings However the University reserves the right to change admission standards prior to the semester the student plans to enroll Points of Pride Academic Athletic Arts prev Engineering Lab The College of Engineering ranks No 1 for the number of degrees awarded to African Americans Research U S News and World Report ranks the COE in the top third of the Best Undergraduate Engineering Programs ERC Research N C A T is the home

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  • Admission Criteria - Special Students - North Carolina A&T State University
    45 application fee and provide supporting documentation as appropriate Transcripts from all colleges and universities attended are required if the applicant plans to enter degree seeking status at a later date Visiting students must submit a transient course study form from the home institution that has been approved by the department chairperson school or college dean and the University Registrar All others must provide evidence of readiness to pursue the courses desired and a statement of objective and purpose related to the request for special student admission Such persons may register for no more than 12 semester hours per academic term and may remain in this category until they have attempted a total of 24 semester hours Persons who are ineligible for admission as a transfer student must complete one semester of full time study or its equivalent at the University to be eligible to petition the Office of Undergraduate Admissions to be admitted to the University as a regular degree seeking candidate on the basis of his her academic accomplishments All communications must be submitted to the Director of Undergraduate Admissions Points of Pride Academic Athletic Arts prev Engineering Lab The College of Engineering ranks No 1 for the number of degrees awarded to African Americans Research U S News and World Report ranks the COE in the top third of the Best Undergraduate Engineering Programs ERC Research N C A T is the home of the National Science Foundation Engineering Research Center ERC Ag Research SAES brought in more than 20 million in research grant funding Webb Hall The School of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences SAES is the largest among the nation s HBCUs F D Bluford Library F D Bluford Library is one of the region s premier research libraries Engineering Professor and Student The MSIT Online

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  • Resident Status for Tuition Purposes - North Carolina A&T State University
    met these benefits alone do not provide the basis for receiving those derivative benefits under the provisions of the residence classification statute reviewed elsewhere in this summary Application for this benefit must be made prior to the beginning of the first enrolled term of each academic year for which the benefit is sought Grace Period If a person 1 has been a bona fide legal resident of the required duration 2 has consequently been classified a resident for tuition purposes and 3 has subsequently lost North Carolina legal residence while enrolled at a public institution of higher education that person may continue to enjoy the in state tuition rate for a grace period of twelve months measured from the date on which North Carolina legal residence was lost If the twelve months end during an academic term for which the person is enrolled at a State institution of higher education the grace period extends in addition to the end of that term The fact of marriage to one who continues domiciled outside North Carolina does not by itself cause loss of legal residence marking the beginning of the grace period Minors Minors persons under 18 years of age usually have the domicile of their parents but certain special cases are recognized by the residence classification statute in determining residence for tuition purposes a If a minor s parents live apart the minor s domicile is deemed to be North Carolina for the time period s that either parent as a North Carolina legal resident may claim and does claim the minor as a tax dependent even if other law or judicial act assigns the minor s domicile outside North Carolina A minor thus deemed to be a legal resident will not upon achieving majority before enrolling at an institution of higher education lose North Carolina legal residence if that person 1 upon becoming an adult acts to the extent that the person s degree of actual emancipation permits in a manner consistent with bona fide legal residence in North Carolina and 2 begins enrollment at an institution of higher education not later than the Fall academic term following completion of education prerequisite to admission at such institution b If a minor has lived for five or more consecutive years with legal guardians relatives other than parents who are domiciled in North Carolina and if the relatives have functioned during this time as if they were personal guardians the minor will be deemed a resident for tuition purposes for an enrolled term commencing immediately after at least five years in which these circumstances have existed If under this consideration a minor is deemed to be a resident for tuition purposes immediately prior to his or her eighteenth birthday that person on achieving majority will be deemed a legal resident of North Carolina of at least twelve months duration This provision acts to confer in state tuition status even in the face of other provisions of law to the contrary however a

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  • Advanced Placement - North Carolina A&T State University
    Policy Semester Examinations Dean s List Class Attendance Policy Privacy of Student Records Access to Student Records Change of Name and Address Transcripts of Records Indebtedness to the University Academic Dishonesty Policy Graduating with Honors Commencement Participation Withdrawals Readmission of Former and Academically Suspended or Academically Dismissed Undergraduate Students Consortium Study Agreement Five Year Readmission and Forgiveness Policy General Requirements for Graduation Effective Bulletin for Graduation Disruptive Behavior in the Classroom Second Baccalaureate Degree Policy on Make Up of Required Course Work School of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences Waste Management Institute The Graduate School School of Nursing Center for Academic Excellence Department of Military Science and Leadership MISC Department of Aerospace Studies College of Engineering School of Education College of Arts and Sciences School of Business and Economics School of Technology International Baccalaureate IB Program Course Scheduling Auditing a Course Student Appeals of Academic Dishonesty Standards of Academic Standing Academic Calendar Fall 2012 Academic Calendar Spring 2013 Academic Calendar Fall 2013 Academic Calendar Spring 2014 Advanced Placement North Carolina A T State University participates in the Advanced Placement Program AP offered by the College Board to provide greater flexibility and opportunity for high school students to proceed with their education Students must submit to the Office of Undergraduate Admissions an official transcript from the College Board for scores to be considered North Carolina A T State University awards college credit for qualifying AP examination scores as determined by the Director of Undergraduate Admissions in consultation with the chairperson of the appropriate academic department Acceptance of AP tests and scores is subject to change without notice AP credit is not granted if the student has already earned credit for the course Advanced Placement AP EXAMINATION SCORE REQUIRED HOURS GRANTED UNIVERSITY COURSES SATISFIED Art History 3 3 Art 224 Biology 3 4 Biology 100 Calculus AB 3 4 Math 131 Calculus BC 3 4 Math 131 132 Chemistry 4 3 Chemistry 106 Comparative Government Politics 3 3 Political Science 310 Computer Science A 3 3 Computer Science 120 Computer Science AB 3 4 Computer Science 160 English Language Composition 3 3 English 100 4 6 English 100 101 English Literature Composition 3 3 English 100 4 6 English 100 101 European History 3 6 History 303 304 French Literature 3 6 FREN 402 403 German Language 3 6 GERM 101 102 Latin Virgil 3 6 Foreign Language Elective Latin Catallus Horace 3 6 Foreign Language Elective French Language 3 6 FREN 101 102 Environmental Science 3 3 EASC 201 Spanish Language 3 6 SPAN 101 102 Macroeconomics 3 3 Economics 201 Microeconomics 3 3 Economics 200 Music Theory 3 6 Music 101 102 Physics B 3 6 Physics 225 226 Physics C 3 8 Physics 241 242 Psychology 3 3 Psychology 320 Spanish Literature 3 6 SPAN 404 405 Studio Art Drawing 3 3 Art Elective Studio Art General 3 3 Art 100 U S Government Politics 3 3 Political Science 200 United States History 3 6 History 204 205 Proficiency exam

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  • College Level Examination Program (CLEP) - North Carolina A&T State University
    Student Records Change of Name and Address Transcripts of Records Indebtedness to the University Academic Dishonesty Policy Graduating with Honors Commencement Participation Withdrawals Readmission of Former and Academically Suspended or Academically Dismissed Undergraduate Students Consortium Study Agreement Five Year Readmission and Forgiveness Policy General Requirements for Graduation Effective Bulletin for Graduation Disruptive Behavior in the Classroom Second Baccalaureate Degree Policy on Make Up of Required Course Work School of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences Waste Management Institute The Graduate School School of Nursing Center for Academic Excellence Department of Military Science and Leadership MISC Department of Aerospace Studies College of Engineering School of Education College of Arts and Sciences School of Business and Economics School of Technology International Baccalaureate IB Program Course Scheduling Auditing a Course Student Appeals of Academic Dishonesty Standards of Academic Standing Academic Calendar Fall 2012 Academic Calendar Spring 2013 Academic Calendar Fall 2013 Academic Calendar Spring 2014 College Level Examination Program CLEP North Carolina A T State University participates in the College Level Examination Program CLEP offered by the Educational Testing Service ETS to provide greater flexibility and opportunity for students to proceed with their education Students must submit to the Office of Undergraduate Admissions an official transcript from the Educational Testing Service for scores to be considered North Carolina A T State University awards college credit for qualifying CLEP examination scores as determined by the Director of Undergraduate Admissions in consultation with the chairperson of the appropriate academic department Acceptance of CLEP tests and scores is subject to change without notice CLEP credit is not granted if the student has already earned credit for the course General Examination Minimum Acceptable Course s and Credits Awarded Score Department Course Credits English Composition with Essay 50 English 100 101 6 Mathematics 50 Math 101 102 6 College Level Examination Program Subject Examination Minimum Acceptable Course s and Credits Awarded CLEP Subject Exam Score Department Course Credits Accounting Intro 50 Accounting 221 222 6 American Government 50 Political Science 200 3 American Hist I 1600 1877 50 History 204 3 American Hist II 1865 Present 50 History 205 3 American Literature 50 English 430 431 6 Biology General 50 Biology 100 4 Calculus Intro 50 Math 112 4 Chemistry General 50 Chemistry 106 107 8 College Algebra 50 Math 101 3 College Algebra Trig 50 Math 102 3 College Algebra Trig 50 Math 111 4 College French Levels 1 2 50 FREN 101 102 6 College French Levels 1 2 62 FREN 101 102 201 202 12 College German Level 1 50 GERM 101 102 6 College German Level 2 62 GERM 101 102 201 201 12 College Spanish Levels 1 2 50 SPAN 101 102 6 College Spanish Levels 1 2 66 SPAN 101 102 201 202 12 Info Sys Computer App 50 Bus Admin 361 3 Econ Macro Intro 50 Economics 201 3 Econ Micro Intro 50 Economics 200 3 Edu Psycho 50 Ed Psyc Guid 435 3 English Lit 50 English 220 221 6 Human Growth

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  • International Baccalaureate (IB) Program - North Carolina A&T State University
    N C A T This is where learning happens READ MORE Home 2012 2014 Academic Information and Regulations International Baccalaureate IB Program In this section 2012 2014 Academic Information and Regulations Advanced Placement College Level Examination Program CLEP Program of Study Declaration of Major and Minor Registration Class Cancellations Double Major Prerequisites Repetition of Courses General Education Requirements Course Credit by Examination Grading System Academic Warning Academic Probation Academic Suspension Academic Dismissal Veterans and Persons Eligible for Veterans Benefits Course Number and Classification Classification of Students Changes in Schedule Changing Schools Colleges Incompletes Grades Cell Phone Policy Semester Examinations Dean s List Class Attendance Policy Privacy of Student Records Access to Student Records Change of Name and Address Transcripts of Records Indebtedness to the University Academic Dishonesty Policy Graduating with Honors Commencement Participation Withdrawals Readmission of Former and Academically Suspended or Academically Dismissed Undergraduate Students Consortium Study Agreement Five Year Readmission and Forgiveness Policy General Requirements for Graduation Effective Bulletin for Graduation Disruptive Behavior in the Classroom Second Baccalaureate Degree Policy on Make Up of Required Course Work School of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences Waste Management Institute The Graduate School School of Nursing Center for Academic Excellence Department of Military Science and Leadership MISC Department of Aerospace Studies College of Engineering School of Education College of Arts and Sciences School of Business and Economics School of Technology International Baccalaureate IB Program Course Scheduling Auditing a Course Student Appeals of Academic Dishonesty Standards of Academic Standing Academic Calendar Fall 2012 Academic Calendar Spring 2013 Academic Calendar Fall 2013 Academic Calendar Spring 2014 International Baccalaureate IB Program North Carolina A T State University accepts the International Baccalaureate IB offered by the International Baccalaureate Organization to provide greater flexibility and opportunity for high school students to proceed with their education Students must submit to the Office of Undergraduate Admissions an official transcript from the International Baccalaureate Organization for scores to be considered North Carolina A T State University awards college credit for IB examination scores as determined by the Director of Undergraduate Admissions in consultation with the chairperson of the appropriate academic department Acceptance of IB tests and scores is subject to change without notice IB credit is not granted if the student has already earned credit for the course Students who receive the IB Diploma are granted college credit for scores of four 4 or higher on both higher level and standard level examinations Students who do not receive the IB diploma are granted college credits for scores of five 5 or above on IB higher level examinations only Points of Pride Academic Athletic Arts prev Engineering Lab The College of Engineering ranks No 1 for the number of degrees awarded to African Americans Research U S News and World Report ranks the COE in the top third of the Best Undergraduate Engineering Programs ERC Research N C A T is the home of the National Science Foundation Engineering Research Center ERC Ag Research SAES brought in more than 20 million in

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  • Program of Study - North Carolina A&T State University
    Studies College of Engineering School of Education College of Arts and Sciences School of Business and Economics School of Technology International Baccalaureate IB Program Course Scheduling Auditing a Course Student Appeals of Academic Dishonesty Standards of Academic Standing Academic Calendar Fall 2012 Academic Calendar Spring 2013 Academic Calendar Fall 2013 Academic Calendar Spring 2014 Home 2012 2014 Academic Information and Regulations Program of Study In this section 2012 2014 Academic Information and Regulations Advanced Placement College Level Examination Program CLEP Program of Study Declaration of Major and Minor Registration Class Cancellations Double Major Prerequisites Repetition of Courses General Education Requirements Course Credit by Examination Grading System Academic Warning Academic Probation Academic Suspension Academic Dismissal Veterans and Persons Eligible for Veterans Benefits Course Number and Classification Classification of Students Changes in Schedule Changing Schools Colleges Incompletes Grades Cell Phone Policy Semester Examinations Dean s List Class Attendance Policy Privacy of Student Records Access to Student Records Change of Name and Address Transcripts of Records Indebtedness to the University Academic Dishonesty Policy Graduating with Honors Commencement Participation Withdrawals Readmission of Former and Academically Suspended or Academically Dismissed Undergraduate Students Consortium Study Agreement Five Year Readmission and Forgiveness Policy General Requirements for Graduation Effective Bulletin for Graduation Disruptive Behavior in the Classroom Second Baccalaureate Degree Policy on Make Up of Required Course Work School of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences Waste Management Institute The Graduate School School of Nursing Center for Academic Excellence Department of Military Science and Leadership MISC Department of Aerospace Studies College of Engineering School of Education College of Arts and Sciences School of Business and Economics School of Technology International Baccalaureate IB Program Course Scheduling Auditing a Course Student Appeals of Academic Dishonesty Standards of Academic Standing Academic Calendar Fall 2012 Academic Calendar Spring 2013 Academic Calendar Fall 2013 Academic Calendar Spring 2014 Program of Study A student should refer to the requirements of his her respective department or college school about his her program of study and confer with his her advisor whenever problems arise The student is expected to follow the program outlined as closely as possible This is very important during the first two years when he or she is satisfying basic degree requirements and prerequisites for advanced work Points of Pride Academic Athletic Arts prev Engineering Lab The College of Engineering ranks No 1 for the number of degrees awarded to African Americans Research U S News and World Report ranks the COE in the top third of the Best Undergraduate Engineering Programs ERC Research N C A T is the home of the National Science Foundation Engineering Research Center ERC Ag Research SAES brought in more than 20 million in research grant funding Webb Hall The School of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences SAES is the largest among the nation s HBCUs F D Bluford Library F D Bluford Library is one of the region s premier research libraries Engineering Professor and Student The MSIT Online Program in the School of Technology is nationally ranked by

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