Courses in Engineering focus on the skills of engineering design, communications, manufacturing, and engineering applications. Depending on the path chosen, required courses may include traditional industrial technology courses and new courses that follow the Project Lead The Way Inc. Curriculum. Project Lead The Way Inc. (PLTW) is a national high school program for Pre-Engineering. For further questions see the head of the engineering program Donovan Kim in room 122 or contact him by email at KIM_DONOVAN@salkeiz.k12.or.us
Prerequisite: Geometry Concurrently or Instructor Approval
Computer Integrated Manufacturing is a course that exposes students to the fundamentals of computerized manufacturing technology. Engineering problem-solving skills and computer modeling are used to design, develop, and produce manufactured parts using a computer-driven milling machine, 3D rapid proto-typing machine and other robotics devices. College credit is available through OIT. This course is part of the PROJECT LEAD THE WAY national engineering program. This course is not offered every year, check with counselor for availabiitly. Prerequisite: Geometry Concurrent/ Intro Engineering Design
Principles of Engineering is a course designed to prepare students for potential careers in the Engineering and Engineering Technology Fields. Hands-on projects help students to explore various technology systems and manufacturing processes and teach students to use science and technology to solve enginerring problems. Engineering design skills, problem solving skills, communication skills, and teamwork are developed through participation in this course. College credit is also available through several universities nationwide. This course is not offered every year, check with counselor for availabitly.
Prerequisite: Geometry or Honors Geometry
In this course students will design, build and prgram robos to complee a variety of challenges. Studetns will implment basic design priciples, teamwork, programming, simple physics and problem solving. The top teams have the potential of participating in robotics competitions.
Robotics Programming Fine/App Arts Credit=0.5 OUS: No NCAA: No Fine & Applied Arts : Yes Grade Level: 10-12
Using robots as a medium for teaching computer science, students will program robots using a high-level computer language. Students will work in teams to conquer challenges that incorporate programming with engineering design, project management, and problem solving.
Prerequisite: Robotics I
Make sure to checkout our after school clubs:
- Robotics and Engineering outreach
- Willamette Valley All female core engineers group