ENGINEERING

PATHWAYS

automation engineering

This pathway prepares individuals to apply scientific and mathematical principles to the design, development, and implementation of automated and robotic systems. The pathway includes instruction in materials science and engineering, manufacturing processes, process engineering, assembly and product engineering, robotic systems design, and manufacturing competitiveness. Automation Engineers plan the practices of manufacturing by researching and developing tools, processes, machines, and equipment to integrate the facilities and systems for producing quality products with the optimal expenditure of capital.

Choose (1-2) one – two credits from the following:

• 210221 Engineering I

• 210222 Engineering II

Choose (1) one – from the following:

• 210238 Robotics Engineering

• 210225 Manufacturing Engineering

Choose (1-2) one – two credits from the following:

• 210239 Robotics Automation & Design

• 110711 AP Computer Science Principles

• 110701 AP Computer Science A

• 210232 Circuits I - ELT 110/111*

• 210117 Advanced Design Applications

• 210110 Engineering Capstone - EGR 101*

• 210220 Engineering Co-op

DESIGN ENGINEERING (HYBRID)

This pathway provides the opportunity to blend Career and Technical Education (CTE) courses with Engineering courses to help students apply technical skills along with Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) skills to solve real-world problems. Design Engineers have a working knowledge of mechanical parts as well as computer-aided design (CAD) software such as AutoCAD, Autodesk Inventor, or Solidworks. Mechanical designers begin a project by meeting with project manager, engineers, and clients to understand the needs and requirements for a new product or mechanical system. For example, designers working on a project to create an automobile engine may consult engineers regarding which structural materials to use or clients regarding engine efficiency requirements. Once materials and specifications have been determined, designers begin using CAD (computer-aided design) software to plan and develop models.

Choose (2) two credits from the following:

• 210221 Engineering I

• 210222 Engineering II

• 210138 Technical Design I

• 210108 Technical Design II

Choose (3) three credits from the following:

• 332001 Introduction to 3D Printing Technology

• 480110 Introduction to Computer-Aided Drafting

• 480113 Engineering Graphics

• 480135 Mechanical Design

• 480136 Parametric Modeling

dual-credit

SKYCTC

 

480110  Introduction to Computer-Aided Drafting

industry certifications

SolidWorks CSWA (Certified SolidWorks Associate)

AutoDesk AutoCAD Certified User

AutoDesk Inventor Certified User

AutoDesk Revit Certified User

AutoDesk Fusion360 Certified User

Fanuc Nocti Robotics Certification(Coming soon)

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