Elevating the next Generation of Engineering Leaders


Building a Better World

The North Central College engineering programs fuse together the technical skills of engineering with the intentionality of the liberal arts - equipping detailed, driven engineers to meet the needs of our ever-changing world. In addition to skill-based labs and a strong core of general education courses, our curriculum provides meaningful engagement with other disciplines through engineering-specific courses in areas such as communication, ethics and philosophy, finance and technical writing. 

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By Building a Better Engineer

Our courses are specifically designed to address issues engineers encounter in their career fields and are built open insight garnered from our expert industry partners. Here, you will join the next curious, engaged and ethical problem solvers - purposeful engineers and daring entrepreneurs. You will gather the tools needed to understand complexity, persuade respectfully and work well in teams - the skills needed to build not only better solutions, but a better world. 

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Choose your Degree Path

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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

Engineering Laboratories

Our Engineering Laboratories will allow you to elevate your studies! Explore our labs, including the Computing Applications Lab, HARTING Electronics Laboratory, Molex Advanced Electronics Lab, OMRON Design & Automation Laboratory and many more.

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21st Century Engineer Blog

Check out our blog "21st Century Engineer" to find out more about what it's like studying engineering at North Central. You'll also learn helpful tips and tricks and everything you should know going into the field.

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Explore Engineering at North Central College

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. 

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