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About

The College of Science, Engineering and Technology is a dynamic School. It has been, and remains, a major force for change within the University as an innovator and initiator of the most high demand and high technological programs on campus.

CSET Graduate Programs

The College of Science, Engineering, and Technology has played a pivotal role in the University's seventy year history. Faculty contributions in research, grantsmanship, service, and mentoring are exceptional. The College currently houses several research centers - Center for Materials Research (CMR), Institute for Assurance Research (IA-REDI), Center for Biotechnology and Biomedical (CBBS), Creative Gaming and Simulation Labs (CGS) - and numerous accredited programs. CSET Graduate Programs

Center for Biotechnology and Biomedical Sciences

The NSU Center for Biotechnology and Biomedical Sciences currently focuses on three areas: human reproductive biology and the development of safe, reversible male contraceptives, chemistry of animal venoms, and genetics of human cytomegalovirus. Visit individual faculty web pages to learn more about their research.Center for Biotechnology & Biomedical Sciences

Center for Materials Research (CMR)

CMR was established in 1992 to coordinate the ongoing interdisciplinary materials science research activities. The CMR is housed in the Dozoretz Research Wing, the Roy A. Woods Science Building and the McDemmond Applied Research Center.CMR

Dozoretz National Institute for Mathematics & Applied Sciences

The Dozoretz National Institute for Mathematics and Applied Sciences (DNIMAS), was established in December 1985. Its goal is to address the severe shortage of minority scientists by producing graduates who are capable of successfully completing graduate studies in the basic and applied sciences, and of entering occupations in industry, government, and education.DNIMAS

Intelligence Community Center of Academic Excellence

The goal of the Intelligence Community Center of Academic Excellence
(IC-CAE) is to prepare students for leadership positions in government service with a specific emphasis on developing those critical skills necessary to begin a career in the Intelligence Community. IC-CAE

Science and Technology Academicians on the Road to Success

Science and Technology Academicians on the Road to Success (STARS) is a school-wide program that builds on the successes of Norfolk State University's undergraduate Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) programs. The STARS Tutoring Program offers one-on-one or group tutoring for students taking STEM courses.STARS