With nearly 100 majors and more than 120 minors to choose from, we let you shape your education to fit your passions, goals and lifestyle. As part of the Wolfpack, you’ll have access to internship and co-op opportunities, on-campus career fairs that draw scores of potential employers, and personalized career counseling. And NC State consistently ranks among the best values in higher education.
Recognized as a top institution driving innovation and supporting economic prosperity, NC State offers more than 160 master’s programs and more than 60 doctoral programs. We also offer the opportunity to work across disciplinary boundaries with the world’s top experts in their fields. Our faculty includes 23 members of the prestigious National Academies, and we’re leading interdisciplinary innovation with our faculty cluster hiring program.
NC State’s facilities include major research centers, the cutting-edge Hunt Library, state-of-the art laboratories and a collaborative research community on Centennial Campus, where the public and private sectors converge to confront global challenges. Combine all this with our proximity to Research Triangle Park, a hotbed for innovation and technology, and you’ll see why the possibilities for what graduate students can think and do here are virtually endless.
Wherever you’re from, you’ll find a home here. Our world-class faculty and internationally renowned programs in engineering, science and technology draw outstanding students from across the globe. Once here, they find a diverse, welcoming campus where many cultures join to form one university community.
3,800+ International Graduate Students From 120 Countries
The top four countries they arrive here from? India, China, South Korea and Iran.
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Consistently rated one of the best values in American higher education, NC State combines affordable cost with a high return on investment. We believe that a college degree shouldn’t come with a mountain of debt. The average NC State student graduates with 28 percent less student loan debt than the average college student, according to U.S. News & World Report.