Get the best of both worlds—the specialized training of an engineering degree with the breadth of knowledge and experience that comes with a liberal arts education.
Now, you can study engineering without sacrificing the benefits of a liberal arts education—broad-based intellectual exploration, strong written and verbal communication skills, the ability to work on a team, and plenty of practice problem solving in a variety of disciplines.
Four Ways to Study Engineering at Principia
- Option I—Complete a four- to five-year program with Principia College and the University of North Dakota
- Option II—Complete a three-year program at Principia and transfer to either Southern Illinois University Edwardsville (SIUE) or Missouri University of Science and Technology (MST) or University of Minnesota (UMN)
- Option III—Complete a three-year program at Principia and transfer to any university of the student’s choice: this could include the University of North Dakota
- Option IV—Complete a stand-alone four-year program in Engineering Science at Principia: this may be completed with coursework taken entirely at Principia.
Principia study-abroad programs are open to all majors, and you’re encouraged to apply to any abroad program that interests you—even if the abroad isn’t in your major/minor. Your passport to international learning starts here—Principia College Study Abroad.