College of Humanities and Social Sciences (CHASS) at NCSU:
Established as a distinct college in 1963, CHASS represents the intellectual core of the university. Now the second largest college at NC State, CHASS offers 59 bachelor’s programs, 15 master’s programs and 4 Ph.D programs to close to 5000 undergraduate and graduate students.
Department of Communication at NCSU:
The Department of Communication is one of the largest departments at NC State, with nearly 1,000 undergraduate majors and about 18 full or part-time graduate students. The undergraduate curriculum offers three programs toward a degree: Public and Interpersonal Communication, Communication Media, and Public Relations and Organizational Communication. The program inaugurated the M.S. in applied communication program in the 2001-02 academic year.
Communication, Rhetoric & Digital Media:
The interdisciplinary Ph.D. program in Communication, Rhetoric, and Digital Media (CRDM) was built on the premise that new developments in communication media and information technologies require a dramatic shift in instruction and research. This program integrates the study of oral, written, and visual modes of communication to focus on the human dimensions of information and communication technologies.
Virtual Martin Luther King Project:
The vMLK project enables a deeper consideration and understanding of the very nature of public address as experience. The project offers a set of assignments and curricular suggestions for how to incorporate the vMLK Project into classroom instructions.
North Carolina Museum of Art:
With gallery tours, professional development workshops, and online resources, teachers and their students can explore and enjoy the Museum, both in the galleries and in the classroom. The NCMA offers a variety of programs and resources, onsite and statewide, to help you teach in and through the arts.