An introduction to engineering, architecture, and product design, students will study how to use CAD/CAM software to develop 2D and 3D files
Problem solving and critical thinking skills will be utilized through the application of science concepts to solve real world problems. Laboratory work that demonstrates the use of forensic science is an integral part of the course.
Students work to master pneumatics, electronics, drive train mechanics, motors/gears, wiring, safety, and programming. This course will be directly connected with the robotics team as it competes in the FIRST robotics competition at the FRC level.
Highly recommended for students interested in working in the medical field, this course offers a number of microscope labs and dissections.
Students who complete this course will be prepared to take the National Advanced Placement Chemistry test in May.
Gaming systems, DVRs, and smart phones are just a few items that students use every day that contain digital circuits.