INTRODUCTION TO ENGINEERING (910)
This course provides students experiences with drafting tools and materials, processes, and application in the following areas: proper use of drafting equipment, dimensioning, multi view representation, and development sections. Topics also covered include problem-solving, areas of engineering, and hands on skill based activities.
INTRODUCTION TO AUTOCAD (920)
Meets graduation computer requirement
ADVANCED TECHNICAL DRAWING (930)
Advanced drawing techniques and problems are presented including the following; multiview drawings, sectional drawings, pictorial drawings, machine elements and fasteners, architectural drawings, and stress and strain of material. Most of the techniques mentioned above will be done using AutoCAD.
ENGINEERING APPLICATIONS (940)
Using Autocad and related software, the instructor and student will work together to develop a personalized program to meet the student’s future needs.
METALS MANUFACTURING I (912)
This is a metal working course using precision metal working machines. The student will begin by focusing on the manipulation of sheet metal. The student then will be introduced to basic lathe working. This is an excellent class to learn basic mechanical aptitude or develop a future job skill.
METALS MANUFACTURING II (922)
This course focuses on welding and advanced machining. Students will learn how to read mechanical drawings and manipulate raw materials into useful projects. Students will learn various welding practices such as Oxygen/Acetylene, Electric Arc, and MIG. Students will also further develop their machining skills.
METALS MANUFACTURING III (932)
Students will gain advanced technical knowledge of machining. Students will be working within specified tolerances and creating a project that requires a high level of accuracy. The students will also conduct machine maintenance and repair.
METALS MANUFACTURING IV (942)
Advanced machine tool operations and related technology. The instructor and student will work together to develop a personalized program to meet the student’s future needs.
WOOD TECH I (914)
Students will gain basic knowledge of woodworking tools and lab safety. Projects and subject matter will revolve around the manufacturing process and its implications to society.
WOOD TECH II (924)
Students will develop advanced knowledge and skills in safe machine woodworking operations, design in wood products, and related technology. Students will create individual projects of their choosing with permission by the instructor.
WOOD TECH III (934)
This course covers various aspects of residential construction. Students will study building systems such as foundations, framing, electrical, plumbing, and HVAC. Blueprint reading skills will also be taught along side each system. Students will construct models to illustrate the topics covered. This is also a good class to gain some basic home maintenance skills.
WOOD TECH IV (944)
The instructor and student will work together to develop a personalized program to meet the student’s future needs.