2 Year Program - 2 Units Per Year
The Engineering and Science Technologies – Engineering, Robotics, and Machining program is designed to allow students to apply theoretical science and mathematical concepts in a project-based, authentic learning environment. Students will step into the role of engineers, manufacturers, robot operators and programmers, and machinists. The program’s courses engage students in engineering and manufacturing processes to go from student’s initial designs to finished products through fascinating, real-world projects and activities that help students develop thinking and communication skills. Students use a variety of tools, equipment, and machinery including: 3D Printers, Laser Cutters, Thermal Vacuum Formers, Wind Tunnels, Industrial Robots, and Industrial Mills and Lathes. Students also take from the courses in-demand industry skills and credentials such as: FANUC Handling Tool Operations and Programming, NIMS Level 1 Machining, Autodesk User, OSHA, and more.