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Engineering and Advanced Manufacturing ICL100025

Credits: BUHS 12, Sending Schools 3

Duration: Full Year

This project based course is designed to develop a student’s proficiency in the field of manufacturing. Students will learn by designing and fabricating projects through a series of activities, building skills in the area of design communication, material properties, manufacturing methods, machine controls, and quality assurance. Students will use a computer lab, precision fabrication laboratory, and robotics for a hands-on approach to manufacture projects with various materials. This course is aligned with Project Lead the Way (PLTW).



Additional Program Information

Embedded Credits

(on completion of program)

(on completion of program)
Math or Science

Industry Credential

OSHA 10 hour

Dual Enrollment

Level I: Introduction to Engineering Design, NHTI (4
credits), Principles of Engineering,
NHTI (4 credits)

Student Organization

SkillsUSA, Society of Manufacturing Engineers, First Robotics

What's Next/Employment in Field:

Opportunities for future employment include, but are not limited to: CNC operator, manufacturing technician, drafter, machinist, Inspector, on the job training/apprenticeship, assembler, machine operator, two or four year technical college.

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