Engineering, Manufacturing, and Industrial Technology
Within the Engineering, Manufacturing, & Industrial Technology pathway, students will study core academics and elective classes with a focus on careers related to the technologies necessary to design, develop, and maintain physical systems. Careers in this pathway are related to technologies necessary to design, develop, install, or maintain physical systems. Working with tools, equipment, and other kinds of machinery is important to people who have careers in this pathway.
- Are you curious about how things work?
- Do you like to make or repair things?
- Do you enjoy problem solving and creative thinking?
Engineer Design 1
Students will be introduced to drafting and design concepts, including principles of mechanical, civil, and bio-mechanical engineering, as well as product and transportation design. Students will create 3D model design projects and take field trips to tour advanced manufacturing facilities. Students will learn how to use AutoCAD, SolidWorks, and Bio-Mechanical software.
Engineering Design 2
The students will be introduced to Advance Engineering Design concepts of Transportation, Architecture, Bio-Mechanical, Civil, and Product Design. Students will produce scale models and sketches of their ideas and concepts. The goal of this class is to learn more design concepts using Revit, Alias, Solid Works, Mimics, AutoCAD, Sketchbook designer, and Power Draft software. Students will also be trained touse the 3D-Parametric machine for their projects.
Automotive Technology 1 & 2
Automotive Technology 1
This is a year-long course designed to prepare students for a career in the automotive technology field. All instructional material meets the ASE Education Foundation standards for Maintenance and Light Repair (MLR). Students will be introduced to all eight NATEF areas with concentrations in safe practices, tools, shop equipment, light repair and maintenance skills.
Automotive Technology 2
Prerequisite: Successful completion of Automotive Technology 1.
This is a year-long course designed to prepare students for a career in the automotive technology field. All instructional material meets the ASE Education Foundation standards for Maintenance and Light Repair (MLR). This course advances the basic skills learned in Automotive Technology 1 with concentration on brakes, advanced suspension and steering, and advanced HVAC.
Prerequisite: 936 Auto Technology 1, completion of competencies
Construction Trades 1 & 2
Construction Trades 1
This is a one-year, two-hour block course in which students are introduced to the many different skills involved in construction. This course will involve classroom and laboratory work as well as practical job site experience on construction projects.
Construction Trades 2
Prerequisite: Successful completion of Construction Trades 1 or instructor permission.
This three-hour block course builds on the foundational skills developed in Construction Trades 1. Students participate in an authentic residential remodeling project every year. Acting as contractors, students will complete various tasks in the construction and remodeling process.