North Carolina A & T State University - Electrical Ranking 2017

North Carolina A & T State UniversityRanked
31
in the USA
North Carolina A & T State University is a medium-sized public HBCU college offering numerous disciplines along with the electrical program and located in Greensboro, North Carolina. The college is operating since 1891 and is presently offering bachelor's degrees in Other Electrical and Electronic Engineering Technologies.

North Carolina A & T State University is reasonably priced: depending on the program, tuition cost is around $19,000 a year. According to recent studies, North Carolina A & T State University area is dangerous: the college is reported to have a bad rating for on-campus crime.

North Carolina A & T State University electrical program ranks in Top 50 in the United States and The Best in North Carolina. Major competitors for this school are Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University in Blacksburg and University of North Carolina in Charlotte. See the details about all twelve competing electrical schools and offered electrical majors below.


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Overall school rankings 2017:

The Best Electrical School in North Carolina
Ranked #6 Electrical School in The South
Ranked #31 Electrical School in USA

Programs rankings 2017:

State of North Carolina Ranking

The Best Electrical Engineering School
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The South Regional Ranking

The Third Best Electrical Engineering School
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USA National Ranking

Ranked #17 Electrical Engineering School
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Also, see how North Carolina A & T State University is ranked among HBCU schools and graduate schools in North Carolina.

Contact information:

North Carolina A & T State University
1601 E Market St
Greensboro, NC 27411
Phone: (336) 334-7500

Location map:

North Carolina A & T State University Location Map


Electrical majors offered:

Bachelor's degree

Other Electrical and Electronic Engineering Technologies

Local competitors:

Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University - Electrical School Ranking
Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

Blacksburg, VA, 2 electrical programs

University of North Carolina at Charlotte - Electrical School Ranking
University of North Carolina

Charlotte, NC, 1 electrical program

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East Carolina University

Greenville, NC, 1 electrical program

Randolph Community College - Electrical School Ranking
Randolph Community College

Asheboro, NC, 9 electrical programs

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Tidewater Community College

Norfolk, VA, 5 electrical programs

Northeast State Community College - Electrical School Ranking
Northeast State Community College

Blountville, TN, 2 electrical programs

Robeson Community College - Electrical School Ranking
Robeson Community College

Lumberton, NC, 6 electrical programs

Bluefield State College - Electrical School Ranking
Bluefield State College

Bluefield, WV, 2 electrical programs

Western Carolina University - Electrical School Ranking
Western Carolina University

Cullowhee, NC, 1 electrical program

Big Sandy Community and Technical College - Electrical School Ranking
Big Sandy Community and Technical College

Prestonsburg, KY, 4 electrical programs

Virginia Western Community College - Electrical School Ranking
Virginia Western Community College

Roanoke, VA, 4 electrical programs

Rockingham Community College - Electrical School Ranking
Rockingham Community College

Wentworth, NC, 8 electrical programs

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