Academic Divisions

North Lake College offers credit courses through six academic divisions.

Construction Technology and Logistics Technology

Construction Management, Construction Technology, Electrical Technology, Plumbing and Pipefitting, Logistics Technology

Liberal Arts​

American Sign Language, Chinese, Cultural Studies, Developmental Learning, Developmental Reading, Developmental Writing, Economics, English, English as a Second Language (ESL), French, Government, History, Italian, Latin American Studies, Philosophy, Psychology, Religion, Sociology, Spanish, Teacher Preparation

Interested in teaching in the Liberal Arts?
If you are interested in teaching in Liberal Arts, submit your resume and scanned transcripts to Dr. Kristopher Copeland. You may also fax them to (972) 273-3479. Faculty must have a master's degree with 18 graduate hours in the core teaching discipline. A master's degree is preferred for Human Development and Developmental Studies.

Math and Science

Biology (including Nutrition), Chemistry, Developmental Math, Ecology, Geography, Geology, Math, Physics, SCIT

  • Executive Dean of Math and Science
    Dr. Matthew Dempsey
  • Math and Science Office
    Central Campus, P330
    972-273-3500
Every year, the Math and Science department hosts a regional Science Olympiad tournament. Learn more about Science Olympiad at NLC.

Visual and Performing Arts

Art, Computer Graphics, Dance, Drama, Humanities, Journalism, Music, Photography, Speech Communications, Video Technology and Multimedia

  • Executive Dean of Visual & Performing Arts
    Dr. David Evans
  • Visual and Performing Arts Office
    Central Campus, L129
    972-273-3560

Workforce, Business and Technology

Business: Accounting, Business Administration, Business Office Systems & Support, Management, Marketing, Mortgage Banking, Real Estate

Technology: A+, Cisco, Computer Information Technology, Computer Science, EMC Storage, Logistics Technology, Microsoft Academy, Oracle, Programming, VMWare, Web Production and Design

  • Executive Dean of Workforce, Business & Technology
    Tim H. Samuels
  • Workforce, Business and Technology Office
    Central Campus, T135
    972-273-3450