Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics (STEM)
A course that applies principles of prototyping, robotics, and automation. It builds on the solid modeling skills developed in IED. You will also be introduced to the fundamentals of robotics and how this equipment is used in an automated manufacturing environment.
A course in applied digital logic. You will be introduced to the digital circuits found in video games, watches, calculators, digital cameras, and thousands of other devices. This course is similar to a first semester college course, and it’s important for anyone in engineering or engineering technology.
This course you will work in a team with one to three others to design and construct a solution to an engineering problem. Each team will be responsible in making final presentations to an outside review panel. The completed project will be very useful in your college applications.
Purpose of the middle school technology curriculum is to expose students to a broad overview of the field of technology and its related processes. Because engineers use technology to solve problems, many of the modules included in each unit relate to a field of engineering or engineering technology. The course has been designed to be activity oriented.
Provides you with opportunities to be creative and to apply your decision making and problem solving skills. You will use powerful computer hardware and software (Inventor) to develop 3D models or solid renderings of objects.
Designed to help you understand field and career possibilities of engineering and engineering technology.