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Dr. Larry Mattix, Acting Dean

College of Science Engineering & Technology
Norfolk State University
700 Park Avenue
Norfolk, Virginia 23504

   Tele: 757.823.8180
    Fax: 757.823.9114
E-mail: lmattix@nsu.edu
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Norfolk State University (NSU) is a public, state-supported institution in Norfolk, Virginia, voted the number one city in the South for 1998 by Money Magazine. The University is organized into five schools: Business and Entrepreneurship, Education, Liberal Arts, College of Science, Engineering & Technology, and Social Work. The College of Science, Engineering and Technology (CSET), formerly School of Science and Technology, has over 1,600 students and presently comprises almost 25% of the University's total student enrollment. Undergraduate students can select from a wide array of courses in eight academic departments: Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Engineering, Mathematics, Nursing and Allied Health, Physics and Technology.

The College of Science, Engineering and Technology has played a pivotal role in the University's sixty-five year history. Faculty contributions in research, grantsmanship, service, and mentoring are exceptional. Graduates are securing outstanding jobs and are earning advanced degrees in record numbers. The College currently houses three of the University's three centers of excellence - The B.E.S.T. (Bringing Education and Science Together) Laboratory, CMR (Center for Materials Research) and IIAR (Institute for Information Assurance Research) - along with numerous accredited programs. The University has demonstrated a strong commitment to the sciences and health professions through a significant investment of University resources in undergraduate educational programs, research facilities, and scholarships. Moreover science and technology has been identified as one of NSU's top institutional priorities.

Graduate programs in Science and Technology have increased substantially with the introduction of the Master's Degree in Computer Science, in Electronics Engineering, and in Optical Engineering. These programs complement the existing Master's Degree program in Materials Science and very strong undergraduate programs in related disciplines.

Sandra J. DeLoatch, Ph.D.
Interim Provost


 
 
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