Instructor: Ruth Anne Strickland
This course consists of two two-Carnegie Unit classes. Engineering I teaches students the history of engineering and the careers associated with the field. The students will also learn the foundations and fundamentals of engineering and materials, as well as the engineering design process and the steps one follows for successful design planning. Additionally, students are introduced to the advanced concepts of 3-D sketching and modeling with CAD software. The course introduces students to the field of robotics in engineering. It also focuses on several fields of engineering specialization.
Engineering II is a comprehensice course that focuses on the following four systems: electrical, fluid, mechanical, and thermal. It also introduces students to flexible manufacturing systems, or how robotics and drafting work together to create products. Additionally, the course teaches students advanced robotic concepts. Students will also learn valuable workforce readiness skills and prepare for jobs in the field of engineering.
Engeering and rootics I and II
|Engineering and Robotics I||Engineering and Robotics II|
|Orientation, Ethics, and Safety||The Four Systems: Electrical Systems|
|Engineering Design Process, History, and Careers||The Four Systems: Fluid Systems|
|Industrial Engineering Focus||The Four Systems: Mechanical Systems|
|Civil Engineering Focus||The Four Systems: Thermal Systems|
|Sketching and Modeling|
|Introduction to Robotics|
|Environmental Engineering Focus|
|Electrical Engineering Focus|
|Computer Engineering Focus|