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Semester - Grade 10, 11, 12



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Semester - Grade 10, 11, 12

Prerequisite: C average in Wood Technology II



Manufacturing and Construction in Wood Technology III provides the opportunity for students with a strong interest in this field to research and develop a specific area or process of this broad-based industry. Students will explore many advanced industrial manufacturing and construction processes, materials testing and research and development techniques. A laboratory safety improvement project will be required. (A lab fee will be collected in the first two weeks of the semester to help cover project costs).


0550 - Metal Manufacturing I - .5 credit

Semester - Grade 9, 10, 11, 12

This course introduces the student to basic manufacturing and construction processes utilized by the metal industry. The technologies explored will include machining, foundry, welding, soldering, sheet metal, forging and computer numerical controlled (CNC) machinery. The environmental impact of the metals industry on society will be explored. Manufacturing and Construction in Metal Technology I will include the testing and processing of raw materials into finished products. Individual and industrial safety will be emphasized, concluding with a required laboratory safety improvement project. (A $15.00 lab fee will be collected in the first two weeks of the semester to help cover project costs).


0551 - Metal Manufacturing II - .5 credit

Semester - Grade 9, 10, 11, 12

Prerequisite: C average in Metal Technology I

This course introduces the student to advanced manufacturing and construction processes utilized by the metal industry. The technologies explored will include machining, foundry, welding, soldering, sheet metal, forging and Computer Numerical Controlled (CNC) machinery. The environmental impact of the metals industry on society will be researched. Manufacturing and Construction in Metal Technology II will include advanced research and testing of metals as well as production of raw materials into finished products. Laboratory experiences will include small group production activities. Individual and industrial safety will be emphasized, concluding with a required laboratory safety improvement project. (A lab fee will be collected in the first two weeks of the semester to help cover project costs).
0552 - Metal Manufacturing III - .5 credit

Semester - Grade 10, 11, 12

Prerequisite: C average in Metal Technology II

This course offers the student advanced manufacturing and construction processes by utilizing the Mass Production approach of the metal industry. The technologies explored will include advanced applications of machining, foundry, welding, soldering, sheet metal, forging and Computer Numerical Controlled (CNC) machinery. The environmental impact of the metals industry on society will be researched. This course will include advanced research, experimentation and testing of the products utilized by the metals industries, as well as production of raw materials into finished products. Laboratory experiences will include large line production activities. Individual and industrial safety will be emphasized, concluding with a required laboratory safety improvement project. (A lab fee will be collected in the first two weeks of the semester to help cover project costs).
0590 – Design Engineering – 1 credit

Year - Grade 11, 12

Prerequisite: Biology and currently enrolled in or successfully completed Chemistry and Algebra II, or with instructor's approval.



Design Engineering is a high school-level survey course of engineering. The course exposes students to some of the major concepts that they will encounter in a post secondary course of study. Students have an opportunity to investigate engineering and high tech careers. POE gives students the opportunity to develop skills and understanding of course concepts through activity-project and problem-based (APPB) learning. Used in combination with a teaming approach, APPB learning challenges students to continually hone their interpersonal skills, creative abilities and problem solving skills based upon engineering concepts. Students will employ engineering and scientific concepts in the solution of engineering design problems. Students will develop problem-solving skills and

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