The Nonwovens Institute offers a University Graduate Certificate in Nonwovens Science and Engineering through the Wilson College of Textiles. The program is available to students currently enrolled in a graduate degree program at NC State as well as non-degree seeking graduate level students. Any student seeking a certificate in Nonwovens Science and Technology must be a graduate of an accredited four-year college or university.
The goal of this certificate is to provide recognized academic credentials in Nonwoven Science and Technology.
The Graduate Certificate in Nonwovens Science and Technology requires a minimum of 15 credit hours (or 5 classes). These are:
- NW 503 or TT 503 – Materials
- NW 540 or TT 504 – Introduction to Nonwovens Products and Processes
- NW 505 or TT 505 – Nonwoven Manufacturing Fundamentals
- NW 507 or TT 507 – Nonwoven Characterization
- NW 508 or TT 508 – Nonwoven Product Development
503 and 504 can also be taken through Textiles Online Programs (TOP). The other courses have a hands-on component and are not currently offered online. Therefore, the certificate, today, is not offered as a distance education program for professionals.
For program details and application procedures see the Graduate Certificate in Nonwovens Science and Engineering Program Summary.
For more information contact Dr. Ericka Ford, GCNSE Coordinator, at (919) 515-8145 or firstname.lastname@example.org.