Engineering & Advanced Manufacturing is an innovative, nationally recognized program that introduces students to the scope, rigor, and discipline of engineering prior to college. Through the design development process, students will create solid models and will design and test digital circuitry using the latest computer design and simulation software. The engineering sequence continues as students develop advanced engineering problem-solving skills using a computer-based systems approach. Students may opt for a major focus on integrated manufacturing principles/mechanical engineering or architecture and civil engineering.
Personal Management and Employability Skills
Principles of Engineering
Introduction to Engineering Design
Computer Integrated Manufacturing
Civil Engineering and Architecture
Engineering Design and Development
Students may participate in FIRST Robotics, an exciting, international competition that teams professionals and young people to solve an engineering design problem in an intense and competitive way.
Michigan Design and Build Bridge Challenge – teams use TRAC Skills learned in class to compete for a trip to Lansing to be judged by Civil Engineers from MDOT.
Paid internship positions are available.
MITES- Various projects involving engineering and design can be entered at the regional and state competitions with many awards and scholarships
A.H. Nickless Innovation Award – A local design challenge where students can win up to $5,000 in scholarships.12th graders complete and present senior projects
SkillsUSA – allows students to compete at a regional, state and national level involving a variety of skills related to engineering.
Team America Rocketry Challenge – A national competition involving a unique rocket design challenge. Finalists are invited to Virginia to compete for a $20,000.00 first prize.
Solar/Electric Vehicle – Allows students to participate in several local & national races. Past teams have raced in Missouri, Kansas & Japan.
Unpaid work experience
Co-op and paid work experience may be available.
STUDENTS CAN EARN:
4.0 cr. Pre-Engineering & Advanced Manufacturing
Engineering & Advanced Manufacturing
|Davenport University||Technical Engineering Systems Pathway||BUSN210 (Professional Ethics)
GNSS (General Social Science Credit)
SOSC201 (Diversity in Society)
GNBS (General Business Credit)
|Delta College||Pre-Engineering – Mechanical Engineering||EGR100 (Careers in Engineering)
EGR101 (Engineering Design/Analysis)
DRF107 (Intermediate Mechanical Design)
DRF121 or SKDR (Blueprint Reading)
CAD or SKCA (Intro to CAD)
|Ferris State University**||Manufacturing Engineering Technology||ETEC140 (Engr. Graphics Comprehensive)|
|Ferris State University**||Manufacturing Technology||MFGT113 (Overview of Prod. Machined Comp.)
MFGT114 (Prod. Machined Comp.)
CareerSafe Safety Education Training
Personal Management & Employability Skills
“C” or better grades in Algebra and Geometry
Successfully completed (“C” or better) or concurrent enrollment in advanced math (Algebra/Trig and or Pre-calculus during the 11th grade).
Safety glasses provided for nonprescription
Prerequisite for Advanced Engineering is successful completion (“B” or better) of the 1st year of Engineering
Text reading level: 11th grade
Excellent keyboarding and computer skills
Electrical Engineer, Mechanical Engineer, Civil Engineer, Electronics Engineer, Industrial Engineer, Chemical Engineer, Engineering Technologist, Engineering Technician, Electronics Technician, Architect, CAD Operator