Engineering 11 year1.0 Credit: CTE or ElectiveCTE 215/216Open to: 9, 10, 11, 12Learn how to design and build projects both on the computer and in a shop setting. Basic 3D drafting and shop skills will be covered over the course of several projects. Design and build an Underwater Remotely Operated Vehicle with the Navy, utilize the 3D printer to build solutions to design problems and become proficient in SolidWorks, a design program in extremely high demand with employers. If you enjoy hands-on projects which require good thinking to solve, this is the course for you!
Engineering 21 year1.0 Credit: CTE or ElectiveCTE 217/218Open to: 10, 11, 12Prerequisite: Engineering 1Continue your growth in to the exciting world of engineering with more projects and equipment such as a Computer Numerical Controlled (CNC) mill and Arduino, the open source electronics prototyping system. These tools will allow you to build “smart” projects that can think for themselves. Learn about aircraft assembling with rivets and composite materials such as carbon fiber. In addition, you will have the opportunity to pursue professional certification in SolidWorks, a credential that is highly sought after and utilized in both careers and universities. This course continues with an emphasis on both individual and team problem solving projects that produce high quality results.
Engineering 31 year1.0 Credit: CTE or ElectiveCTE 219/220Open to: 11, 12Prerequisite: Engineering 2Big problems deserve big solutions, exactly what you will have the time and capacity to pursue in Engineering 3. By utilizing knowledge in 3D solid modeling as well as shop skills you will have the ability to tackle a major project that you will have considerable influence in selecting. Your project will also need to be budgeted and marketed to prove its viability to be showcased at Imagine Tomorrow at Washington State Science and Engineering Fair, right here in Bremerton!
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