Career Pathways – Engineering


Program Overview

This is a “hands-on” intensive program that will put students a step ahead in readiness for college in careers like engineering, technology and science.  This curriculum offers an integrated set of core academics with engineering and technical skills and hands-on applications to provide students with broadly transferable skills and knowledge in the areas of creative and practical problem solving.

ENGINEERING FUNDAMENTALS - Technical Drawing, Computer Aided Drafting, AutoCAD, SolidWorks and 3D printing.  


ENGINEERING DESIGN - (Prerequisite:  Engineering Fundamentals) AutoCAD and SolidWorks.


EXPLORING ROBOTICS - STEM robotics course is an introduction to engineering concepts and careers in electronics, programming, mechatronics and manufacturing. 


ENGINEERING APPLICATIONS - (Prerequisites:  Engineering Fundamentals, Exploring Robotics and Engineering Design) Students will use their background in prerequisites to apply authentic engineering practices in a project-based manner.  

Possible Careers

  • Aerospace Engineers
  • Drafters
  • Civil Engineers
  • Engineer Technicians
  • Tool and Die Makers
  • Industrial Engineers
  • Surveyors
  • Mechanical Engineers
  • Green Technology Technicians


High School Students will be required to get 2.5 credits from one specific pathway plus .5 from another pathway of their choice.

Class Credits Required:

  • Engineering Fundamentals: 0.5
  • Exploring Robotics: 0.5

 1 credit from the following:

  • Introduction to Arc Welding: 0.5
  • Engineering Design:  1.0
  • Drafting Internship:  1.0
  • Physics:  1.0
  • Advanced Math:  1.0
  • Engineering Applications:  1.0

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