STEM Engineering

Courses

High School Credits: 1 Credit

This program is designed for students investigating or anticipating careers in science, engineering and technology. Students learn basic physics and engineering concepts and learn the principles of systems engineering as they plan, develop, and execute engineering projects. Mathematics, technical research and writing, electronics, and computer aided design programs are used in the design and construction of mechanical, air, space and robotics system models and system prototypes. Students design and complete an intensive six-week engineering system project; robotics and satellite technology. Students completing STEM Engineering Honors with a “B’ or better may be eligible to articulate 3 credits to George Mason University.

Program Features

  • Students learn engineering design as a process
  • High-value, behind-the-scenes field trips
  • 6-week design/build project
  • FIRST Robotics
  • Qualified instuctor (Adjunct Professor at George Mason University)

Certifications

  • Workplace Readiness Skills

Student Career Pathway Examples

The study of STEM Engineering with additional post-secondary study may lead to these careers:

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