Engineering Academy Courses

  • <strong>Engineering Applications</strong><br />(Read More...)

    Engineering Applications
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    Engineering Applications is a course designed to explore the application of engineering principles in various technological areas including construction, transportation, communication, manufacturing, and bioengineering. Students gain knowledge and experience needed to effectively improve processes and systems in each of these areas.



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  • <strong>Foundations of Engineering</strong><br />(Read More...)

    Foundations of Engineering
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    Foundations of Engineering is a course designed to offer students an overview of the engineering profession and fundamental skills utilized in general engineering. Students investigate various engineering disciplines and related career paths. They develop communication and teamwork skills as well as increase their understanding of basic scientific and mathematics principles used in problem solving through the engineering design process.



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  • <strong>Engineering Research & Design</strong><br />(Read More...)

    Engineering Research & Design
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    Engineering Research and Design is a capstone course in the engineering field. The course enables students to make an informed career choice through the study and application of mechanical, electrical, and other engineering systems. Students conduct research and design engineering projects to enhance abilities and expand interest in the field of engineering. Projects reinforce the application of communication, mathematics, and science.



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  • <strong>Information Technology Fundamentals</strong>

    Information Technology Fundamentals


    A one-credit course that introduces students to the knowledge base and technical skills for information technology careers. Students study the nature of business and demonstrate knowledge of the functions of information systems in business. This course is appropriate for 9th through 12th grade students.



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  • <strong>Networking I</strong>

    Networking I


    This course provides students with knowledge and skills regarding computer basics, the 7-layer OSI model, number system conversions, and Local Area Network (LAN) devices. Upon successful completion of this course, students are able to install, test, and maintain LANs.


    Students receive both classroom instruction and hands-on laboratory experiences. A strong emphasis is placed on proper safety practices and industry ethics. This course is taught in conjunction with the CISCO NETWORKING ACADEMY ONLINE. This course is appropriate for 10th through 12th grade students.



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