High-tech robotics, advanced electronics and state-of-the-art manufacturing are just a few of the topics this exciting new program will cover. You'll focus on the process of defining and solving a problem, not just getting the right answer. You'll learn how to apply STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering & Math) skills to make the world a better place through innovation.Engineers broadly educated and trained in multi-disciplinary engineering fields will be prepared to take advantage of exciting career opportunities.
If you are considering post-secondary studies in engineering, this course will give you an advantage. Students will use a combination of mechanics, electronics, CAD (Computer-Aided Design), CAM (Computer-Aided Manufacturing), CNC (Computer Numerical Controls) and 3-D rapid prototype technologies. These incorporate design for manufacturing and develop applications and processes, computer hardware and software and control systems that will revolutionize product development and production in the coming decades.In this course you will work as part of a team to develop solutions to technical problems.
Challenge yourself with one of the "don't you hate it when . . ." issues of the world and try to solve it. Use what you have learned in the process of design and development and who knows, you may solve a problem that has long stumped others. Manufacturing in the U.S. is facing a critical shortage of engineers and technicians. Qualified young people who are problem solvers and have good STEM skills are needed. There are exciting career opportunities available in many industries including; automotive and aerospace, consumer products, medical and biomedical, robotics and automated manufacturing, computer hardware and software as well as telecommunications. Will you be part of the solution?
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