• Principles of Manufacturing

    Course: 7343         Grade: 9-12           Credit: 1

    Prerequisites: Algebra I or Geometry

    Description: In Principles of Manufacturing, students gain knowledge and skills in the application, design, production, and assessment of products, services, and systems and how those knowledge and skills are applied to manufacturing.

    Knowledge and skills in the proper application of principles of manufacturing, the design of technology, the efficient production of technology, and the assessment of the effects of manufacturing production technology prepare students for success in the modern world. The study of manufacturing technology allows students to reinforce, apply, and transfer academic knowledge and skills to a variety of interesting and relevant activities, problems, and settings in a manufacturing setting. In addition to general academic and technical knowledge and skills, students gain an understanding of career opportunities available in manufacturing and what employers require to gain and maintain employment in these careers.

     

    Introduction to Welding

    Course: 7824         Grade: 9-12           Credit: 1

    Prerequisites: Algebra I

    Description: Introduction to Welding will provide an introduction to welding technology with an emphasis on basic welding laboratory principles and operating procedures.

    Students will be introduced to the three basic welding processes. Topics include: industrial safety and health practices, hand tool and power machine use, measurement, laboratory operating procedures, welding power sources, welding career potentials, and introduction to welding codes and standards. Introduction to Welding will provide students with the knowledge, skills, and technologies required for employment in welding industries. Students will develop knowledge and skills related to welding and apply them to personal career development. This course supports integration of academic and technical knowledge and skills. Students will reinforce, apply, and transfer knowledge and skills to a variety of settings and problems. Knowledge about career opportunities, requirements, and expectations and the development of workplace skills will prepare students for future success.

     

    Welding I

    Course: 7345         Grade: 10-12         Credit: 2

    Prerequisites: Algebra I, Principles of Manufacturing, or Introduction to Welding

    Description: Welding I provides the knowledge, skills, and technologies required for employment in metal technology systems. Students develop knowledge and skills related to this system and apply them to personal career development. This course supports integration of academic and technical knowledge and skills. Students reinforce, apply and transfer knowledge and skills to a variety of settings and problems. Knowledge about career opportunities, requirements, and expectations and the development of workplace skills prepare students for future success.

     

    Welding II

    Course: 7346         Grade: 11-12         Credit: 2

    Prerequisites: Welding I

    Description: Welding II builds on knowledge and skills developed in welding. Students develop advanced welding concepts and skills as they relate to personal and career development. This course integrates academic and technical knowledge and skills. Students have opportunities to reinforce, apply, and transfer knowledge and skills to a variety of settings and problems.

     

    Welding II/Welding II Lab

    Course: 7828         Grade: 11-12         Credit: 3

    Prerequisites: Welding I

    Description: Welding II Lab provides an introduction to welding technology with an emphasis on basic welding laboratory principles and operating procedures. Topics include: industrial safety and health practices, hand tool and power machine use, measurement, laboratory operating procedures, welding power sources, welding career potentials, and introduction to welding codes and standards. This course provides knowledge, skills, and technologies required for employment in welding industries. Students will develop knowledge and skills related to this system and apply them to personal career development. This course supports integration of academic and technical knowledge and skills. Students will reinforce, apply, and transfer knowledge and skills to a variety of settings and problems. Knowledge about career opportunities, requirements, and expectations and the development of workplace skills prepare students for future success.

     

    Precision Metal Manufacturing I

    Course: 7347         Grade: 10-12         Credit: 2

    Prerequisites: Principles of Manufacturing, Algebra I or Geometry

    Description: Precision Metal Manufacturing I provides the knowledge, skills, and technologies required for employment in metal technology systems. This course may also address a variety of materials in addition to metal such as plastics, ceramics, and wood. Students develop knowledge of the concepts and skills related to these systems to apply them to personal and career development. This course supports integration of academic and technical knowledge and skills. Students have opportunities to reinforce, apply, and transfer knowledge and skills to a variety of settings and problems. Knowledge about career opportunities, requirements, and expectations and the development of workplace skills prepare students for success.

     

    Precision Metal Manufacturing II

    Course: 7348         Grade: 11-12         Credit: 2

    Prerequisites: Precision Metal Manufacturing I

    Description: Precision Metal Manufacturing II will provide students the knowledge, skills, and technologies required for employment in precision machining. While this course is designed to provide necessary skills in machining, it also provides a realworld foundation for any engineering discipline. This course addresses a variety of materials such as plastics, ceramics, and wood in addition to metal. Students will develop knowledge of the concepts and skills related to these systems to apply them to personal and career development. This course supports integration of academic and technical knowledge and skills. Students will have opportunities to reinforce, apply, and transfer knowledge and skills to a variety of settings and problems. Knowledge about career opportunities, requirements, and expectations and the development of workplace skills prepare students for success. This course is designed to provide entry level employment for the student or articulated credit integration into a community college and dual credit with a community college with completion of the advanced course.

     

    Diversified Manufacturing I

    Course: 7840         Grade: 10-12         Credit: 1

    Prerequisites: Algera I

    Description: In Diversified Manufacturing I, students gain knowledge and skills in the application, design, production, and assessment of products, services, and systems and how those knowledge and skills are applied to manufacturing. The study of manufacturing systems allows students to reinforce, apply, and transfer academic knowledge and skills to a variety of interesting and relevant activities, problems, and settings in a manufacturing setting. Diversified Manufacturing I allows students the opportunity to understand the process of mass production by using a wide variety of materials and manufacturing techniques. Knowledge about career opportunities, requirements, and expectations and the development of skills prepare students for workplace success.

     

    Diversified Manufacturing II

    Course: 7844         Grade: 11-12         Credit: 1

    Prerequisites: Diversified Manufacturing I

    Description: In Diversified Manufacturing II, students will gain knowledge and skills in the application, design, production, and assessment of products, services, and systems and how those knowledge and skills are applied to manufacturing. The study of manufacturing systems allows students to reinforce, apply, and transfer academic knowledge and skills to a variety of interesting and relevant activities, problems, and settings in a manufacturing setting. Diversified Manufacturing II allows students the opportunity to understand the process of mass production by using a wide variety of materials and manufacturing techniques. Knowledge about career opportunities, requirements, and expectations and the development of skills prepare students for workplace success.

     

    Manufacturing Engineering Technology I

    Course: 7351         Grade: 10-12         Credit: 1

    Prerequisites: Algebra I

    Description: In Manufacturing Engineering Technology I, students will gain knowledge and skills in the application, design, production, and assessment of products, services, and systems and how those knowledge and skills are applied to manufacturing. Students will prepare for success in the global economy. The study of manufacturing engineering will allow students to reinforce, apply, and transfer academic knowledge and skills to a variety of interesting and relevant activities, problems, and settings in a manufacturing setting.

     

    Practicum in Manufacturing First Time Taken

    Course: 7353         Grade: 12               Credit: 2

    Prerequisites: For Students Participating in A Coherent Sequence of Career and Technical Education Courses in the Manufacturing Career Cluster

    Description: The Practicum in Manufacturing course is designed to give students supervised practical application of previously studied knowledge and skills. Practicum experiences can occur in a variety of locations appropriate to the nature and level of experience. 

     

    Practicum in Manufacturing Second Time Taken

    Course: 7354         Grade: 12               Credit: 2

    Prerequisites: For Students Participating in A Coherent Sequence of Career and Technical Education Courses in the Manufacturing Career Cluster

    Description: The practicum course is a paid or unpaid capstone experience for students participating in a coherent sequence of career and technical education courses in the manufacturing cluster. The practicum is designed to give students supervised practical application of previously studied knowledge and skills. Practicum experiences can occur in a variety of locations appropriate to the nature and level of experience.

     

    Extended Practicum in Manufacturing First Time Taken

    Course: 7839         Grade: 12               Credit: 3

    Prerequisites: For Students Participating in A Coherent Sequence of Career and Technical Education Courses in the Manufacturing Career Cluster

    Description: The Extended Practicum in Manufacturing course is designed to give students supervised practical application of previously studied knowledge and skills. Practicum experiences can occur in a variety of locations appropriate to the nature and level of experience.

     

    Basic Fluid Power

    Course: 7983         Grade: 11-12         Credit: 1

    Prerequisites: Algebra I, Geometry, and Solid-State Electronics

    Description: Basic Fluid Power is an overview of automated manufacturing principles. It includes coverage of the manufacturing process, control systems, and measurement theory. Students will identify terminology and fundamental concepts of manufacturing; describe the trends of manufacturing careers within the industry cluster; identify safety, health, environmental, and ergonomic issues in manufacturing; discuss quality and continuous improvement methods; describe the importance of maintenance within manufacturing; and identify processes and production steps in manufacturing.

     

    Blueprint Reading for Manufacturing Applications

    Course: 6150         Grade: 10-12         Credit: 1

    Prerequisites: Algebra I, Geometry, and Principles of Construction Blueprint Reading for Manufacturing

    Description: Applications is an introduction to reading and interpreting working drawings for fabrication processes and associated trades. Students will learn sketching techniques to create pictorial and multiple-view drawings. Students will interpret working drawings including dimensions, notes, symbols, sections and auxiliary views.

     

    Robotics Programming and Design

    Course: 5158         Grade: 9-12           Credit: 1

    Prerequisites: Technology Applications or equivalent knowledge and skills

    Description: Students will express creativity and innovation through the design, implementation, and delivery of meaningful projects a variety of robotic programs. Students will collaborate with one another, their instructor, and various electronic communities to solve problems in designing and programming robots. Through data analysis, students will identify task requirements, plan search strategies, and use robotic concepts to access, analyze, and evaluate information needed to solve problems. By using robotic knowledge and skills that support the work of individuals and groups in solving problems, students will select the technology appropriate for the task, synthesize knowledge, create solutions, and evaluate the results.  Students will learn digital citizenship by researching current laws and regulations and by practicing integrity and respect. Students will gain an understanding of the principles of robotics through the study of physics, robotics, automation, and engineering design concepts.

     

    Robotics Programming & Design (MA)

    Course: 5173         Grade: 9-12           Credit: 1

    Prerequisites: Technology Applications or equivalent knowledge and skills

    Description: (AAR Math Credit) Robotics Programming and Design will foster students' creativity and innovation by presenting opportunities to design, implement, and present meaningful robotic programs through a variety of media. Students will collaborate with one another, their instructor, and various electronic communities to solve problems in designing and programming robots. Through data analysis, students will identify task requirements, plan search strategies, and use robotic concepts to access, analyze, and evaluate information needed to solve problems. By using robotic knowledge and skills that support the work of individuals and groups in solving problems, students will select the technology appropriate for the task, synthesize knowledge, create solutions, and evaluate the results. Students will learn digital citizenship by researching current laws and regulations and by practicing integrity and respect. Students will gain an understanding of the principles of robotics through the study of physics, robotics, automation, and engineering design concepts.