• Engineering I

    Engineering I will teach students to dig dep into the engineering design process, applying math, science, and engineering standards to hands-on projects. They work both individually and in teams to design solutions to a variety of problems using 3D modeling software, and use an engineering notebook to document their work.

    Michigan’s HOT 50 High-Demand High-Wage Careers: Architects, Architectural and Engineering Managers, Civil Engineers, Industrial Engineers, Mechanical Engineer Technicians, Mechanical Engineers, Operating Engineers, Electrical Engineers

    NOTE: This class is a senior year math credit.

    Engineering students may choose to join MITES.

     

    Engineering II

    An advanced level course designed to further the student’s experience in Engineering and its related fields. Students will extend their learning of parametric modeling to create 3-D virtual models of mechanical parts and utilize those parts to generate the necessary drawings learned in Introduction to Engineering Design. This is a career-oriented course, therefore, students will be expected to exhibit good judgment and a professional attitude and work ethic at all times. This is an excellent course for students interested in visual communications and engineering careers.

    Michigan’s HOT 50 High-Demand High-Wage Careers: Architects, Architectural and Engineering Managers, Civil Engineers, Industrial Engineers, Mechanical Engineer Technicians, Mechanical Engineers, Operating Engineers

    PREREQUISITE: Successful completion of Introduction to Engineering Design with a 2.0.

    NOTE: Engineering students may choose to join MITES.