Credits: BUHS 12, Sending Schools 3
Duration: Full Year
Grades: 11 & 12
The Manufacturing Level I program is an in-depth project based course that introduces students to the field of manufacturing. Students learn through hands-on activities by designing and manufacturing projects of their choice. Instruction includes shop safety, measuring tools, design through 3D modeling software, speeds and feeds, cutting tools, metal composition, blueprint reading, manual machining on mills and lathes, additive manufacturing, quality control, hand and power tools. There is additionally a focus on students obtaining appropriate 21st century skills. This course offers the opportunity for students to earn college credit.
Prerequisites: Students will need to have completed the equivalent credits to place them at the 11th grade level upon the time they enter the program. This means students need to have successfully completed a minimum two years of high school English; two years of high school math including Algebra and Geometry, two years of Social Studies, one year of science, physical education and health requirements. Or the permission from the WRCC director to apply.
Students must have completed at least one core general education high school Math course related to the pathway with a grade of 70 or better before they are eligible to apply for a program/pathway.
WRCC Algebra II - CM007822 (block, semester)
Essentials of Math for College & Careers - CM007824 (block, semester)
Essentials of Math for College & Careers - CM007826 (single period, year-long, filling the block for level 2 students)
Professional English I - CE000215 (block, semester)
Professional English II - CE000217 (block, semester)
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