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Technology Programs

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Now more than ever, the world is deeply influenced by technology. If you have an interest in technology and its applications, there’s no better time to enter the field. The technology program is designed to teach you an understanding of technical concepts as well as how to apply them in industrial settings. Learn how engineering, mathematics and technical management come together to help you operate and maintain any technological system.

We have your success in mind. The more well-rounded you are, the more opportunities you will have as an engineer or technologist. Your curriculum will cover the courses you need to develop professionally and respond to real-world situations in all industries. Because the field of technology is so broad, we offer several emphases in our technology program to fit your particular interests and skills:

  • B.S. in Electrical Engineering Technology
  • B.S. in Manufacturing Engineering Technology
  • B.S. in Industrial Management and Technology
  • B.S. in Energy and Environmental Technology

Do you already have a technical A.A.S degree? Consider our online Bachelor of Science in Applied Manufacturing Technology (BS-AMT).

What courses will I take?

Who are the Technology faculty?

Check out their profiles.

What hands-on learning opportunities do I have?

Undergrads are encouraged to take their classroom knowledge into the real world. In addition to internship opportunities, you can participate in programs such as:

What resources are available to me as a technology student?

There's no shortage of support at the College of Engineering and Engineering Technology. You can take advantage of our advising, diversity resources, scholarships, student organizations and so much more. We want you to succeed!

What's the next step?

Request more information, visit and apply!

Contact Us

Department of Technology
Still Gym 203 
Northern Illinois University 
DeKalb, IL 60115
Phone: (815) 753-1349 
Fax: (815) 753-3702

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