The Engineering program at College of DuPage provides the first two years of baccalaureate work, including courses in mathematics, computer programming, chemistry, physics, engineering graphics, mechanics, circuits, and general studies. Upon completion of the Associate’s Degree in Engineering Science, students transfer to baccalaureate-granting institutions, where they complete the last 2 years of their bachelor's degree in engineering.
A Bachelor of Science degree is the entry-level degree for a career in engineering. Engineering is a rewarding career, both professionally and financially. A successful engineering student must have an aptitude for mathematics and science. Graduates with engineering degrees or backgrounds are in great demand for the design and development of new products, equipment, structures and processes, and operation and management of all kinds of equipment and services. Demand for engineers continues to grow in such fields as energy development and conservation, food production, transportation, environmental improvement, health service improvement, information handling, and other social areas.
The College of DuPage Engineering Club is an elite club at College of DuPage for engineers, technicians, and design-project enthusiasts.
Our mission is to provide a diverse, flexible, open, and constructive environment for prospective engineers and technicians to work together on projects, gain experience, and promote engineering and technology.
We’re committed to upholding the values that the club was founded and expanded upon:
- keeping an open, accepting, and non-judgmental environment.
- working hard while having fun to meet the goals of our projects – be it making a quality product or promoting engineering to others.
- providing the opportunity to learn skills, work both with others and on one’s own, and gain experience in what it’s like to have a career in an engineering or engineering technology.