Graduate Program - Facts
Founded 1967; first MS and PhD conferred, 1990.
Graduate Faculty include: approximately 43 tenure-track professors, plus a number of adjuncts and associates.
Degree Programs: traditional Doctor of Philosophy and Master of Science; Master of Science in Computer Networking, a degree program in cooperation with Electrical and Computer Engineering and the College of Management; Master of Computer Science, a terminal professional degree; CSAB-accredited Bachelor of Science.
Degrees Conferred, Academic Year 20112-2013: 23 PhDs, 192 Masters (all degrees), 170 Bachelors of Science.
Enrollment, Fall 2012: 186 PhD, 323 MCS, 27 MS, and 49 MSCN students.
Nine departments with almost 2400 graduate students and 250 full-time faculty members (including 10 members of the National Academy of Engineering).
Leader in SUCCEED, the Southeastern University and College Coalition for Engineering Education.
17th in the nation in research expenditures and 14th in the nation in industry support.
Founded under Morrill (Land Grant) Act as North Carolina College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts, 1887, renamed North Carolina State University at Raleigh, 1965.
Eleven colleges and schools; ...89 bachelor's degree programs; ...91 master's degree programs; ...54 doctoral degree programs; ...8 professional degree programs; ...6,200 faculty and staff; ...30,500-plus students enrolled on campus; ...1,800 acre campus; ...$380 million in total research expenditures (FY11).