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A resource guide for students and faculty of the Mathematics Department of the College of Science and Technology.

Find Scholarly Articles

Best Bet Databases for Mathematics:

General, Multi-Subject Databases:

Find Books

Scholarly books are much longer than articles and they provide more depth and context. You can find physical books or e-books in our catalog below. Try searching by subject, keyword, author, or title. After you search select "Books" on the left side of the page to limit your results to only books.


MATLAB software is subscribed by the University through ITS.

Any NCAT faculty and student can set up an account in the Math Works website with a valid NCAT email account and get verified by the Math Works. Use this link to register with your NCAT email address.

Once you have received the validation email from MathWorks, you can download the Academic version of the Matlab, Simulink and State Flow as well as subscribed toolboxes from the MathWorks website.

Additional support for MATLAB and associated MathWorks products can be found here

Cite Your Sources

Any time you use another's work in your research, you need to cite the source with both in-text and reference list citations. American Psychological Association (APA) style is the citation style most commonly used for research at N.C. A&T. To learn how to cite in APA style, visit the resource linked below.

The American Mathematical Society has their own preferred style for citations. Their style guide is also found at the link below.