Engineering Title
  • This program prepares students for high-demand, life sustaining, STEM careers in the engineering and advanced manufacturing fields. Students have the opportunity to take an invention from concept to design to production by utilizing hi-tech equipment such as 3D printers and after Computer Numerical Control (CNC) machine. This comprehensive curriculum covers topics such as engineering philosophy, principles, ethics, safety and quality control. Students learn a variety of topics, including computer-aided design, electronics, hydraulics, mechanical drawing, robotics, and precision measurement. Students in the Engineering Technologies program have the opportunity to complete STEM- enhanced curriculum through five Project Lead The Way (PLTW) modules. Students have the opportunity to choose from Introduction to Engineering, Principles of Engineering, Computer Integrated Manufacturing, Digital Electronics, Civil Engineering & Architecture. Students are introduced to problem solving, learning about engineering principles, teamwork, and Computer-Aided Design (CAD).


    Industry Certifications a Student May Earn

    • OSHA-10


    Median Wage for Related Occupations

    • Electro-Mechanical Technicians $57,300
    • Engineering Technicians $68,470
    • Robotics Technicians $50,000
    • Robotics Operators $31,671
    • Electrical Engineer $91,710