The 21st Century Engineer


There is a call for engineers - and leaders in all fields - who are trained in more than just the technical. Their knowledge and skills are connected to their understanding of humanity, from the audiences they serve to the world in which they live. 



Connecting your skills to the needs of the world

Solve societal issues


At North Central, we are equipping engineers who are in touch with the societal issues they wish to solve, and the people who need their solutions. 

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Built smarter, more sustainable solutions


Beyond a foundation built upon the liberal arts, our engineering programs focus on three invaluable social themes: access, quality of life and sustainability. These themes arise in every course as you strive to build smarter, more sustainable solutions. The culminate your senior year in the form of independent projects. 

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Become a versatile engineer


Choose from North Central College's three engineering programs - computer, electrical, or mechanical - or our dual-degree program. No matter which path you pursue, at North Central you will become a versatile engineer, equipped to serve the needs of the world and prepared to adapt to new challenges throughout your career and life. 

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Four Degree Paths - One Common Mission

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Computer Engineering

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Mechanical Engineering

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Electrical Engineering

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Dual-Degree in Engineering


Everything Engineering at North Central College

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Laboratories

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Resources

Explore our Engineering Blog


Interested in engineering? Check out our blog where you'll find posts about what skills are needed to become an engineering leader, what programs North Central is offering and much more. Many years of hard work have made the new engineering programs at this liberal arts college a reality. Find out more from various faculty and student members. 

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