Textiles Online Graduate Programs

Master of Textiles Degree

The non-thesis Master of Textiles Degree is of particular value to those who have some professional experience between the time they received their undergraduate degree and the time they enter the graduate degree program or who have specific career goals in the textile industry. The two-semester residency usually required of all master’s students has been waived for students completing this degree via Textiles Online Programs.

Master of Science in Textile Chemistry

The minimum requirement for a Master of Science Degree (Option B) is the satisfactory completion of 33-MS course work hours in Textile Chemistry. There is no thesis or foreign language requirement, although a final comprehensive oral examination is required. A student must develop a Plan of Graduate Work under the direction of his/her PCC faculty advisor.

Certificate in Nonwoven Science and Technology

The Graduate Certificate in Nonwoven Science and Technology provides graduate students with the opportunity to develop recognized academic credentials in Nonwoven Science and Technology in addition to their major area of graduate study. The Certificate provides non-degree graduate level students the opportunity to develop recognized advanced expertise in Nonwoven Science and Technology.

Additional Information

  • To learn about Master’s requirements and admission deadlines contact the Graduate School at (919) 515-2872 or visit the Graduate School online.
  • Please visit Registration and Records to find important guidelines, calendars, and other helpful information.
  • Please refer to the Cashier’s web site for important information, deadlines, and policies. Pay particular attention to late registration dates, imposed late fees, and prepayment requirements. For current online and distance education tuition information, visit the Tuition and Fees page. Please note that tuition is subject to change without notice due to Legislative increases.
  • For additional information and links to the NC State Institutional Financial Aid Application and the current FAFSA application form, used to determine financial need, please visit NC State’s Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid website or phone (919) 515-2421.