College of Engineering
CCEE’s online Master of Civil Engineering program ranks No. 4 in U.S.
CCEE’s online Master of Civil Engineering program was ranked No. 4 in the country on U.S. News & World Report’s 2022 Best Online Programs list, rising seven spots from 2021. The consumer media organization evaluated more than 1,700 online bachelor’s […]
NC State’s Master of Computer Science program ranked #1
In November, ZDNet ranked NC State’s Master of Computer Science (MCS) program as the #1 online computer science master’s degree for 2021. The Master of Computer Science program is a flexible program for working professionals looking to earn their graduate degree in computer […]
Steven Kaplan Wins Distance Education Graduate Award
Steven Kaplan, who earned his degree through Engineering Online this May, was honored among five outstanding graduate students in the College of Engineering.
Taking a Different Path
Benjamin Tosto took an unconventional path to earn his bachelor of science in engineering — but NC State's 2+2 program helped him get there.
How to succeed at the NC State Engineering Career Fair
The fall 2018 NC State Engineering Career Fair will be held Tuesday, September 18, and Wednesday, September 19, at the McKimmon Center on NC State’s campus.
Master of Environmental Engineering Online Program Tops List
Best College Reviews has named NC State's online environmental engineering master's degree program — offered through Engineering Online — as the best in the nation.
Online Electrical Engineering Master’s Degree Ranked #1
Best College Reviews has named NC State's online electrical engineering master's degree program — offered through Engineering Online — as the best in the nation.
NC State Breaks Ground on Fitts-Woolard Hall, Announces Major Gift
Thanks to a $25 million gift, the newest Centennial Campus engineering building will be named Fitts-Woolard Hall in honor of donors Edward P. Fitts and Edgar S. Woolard.
While searching for sources of bromide in the Cape Fear River watershed nearly five years ago, NC State environmental engineer Detlef Knappe and his team found more than they were looking for: high concentrations of a number of unexpected industrial chemicals in drinking water, including one — GenX — that has entered the popular vernacular in North Carolina.
Cloud-Computing Tool Moves from the Lab to the Marketplace
How one NC State researcher’s work has gone from the lab to a thriving company.