Engineering technology focuses primarily on the applied aspects of science and engineering. Students are provided various hands-on experiences using the engineering design process of Ask, Imagine, Plan, Create, and Improve. Students who love building things, but are not accelerated in math and/or science, are prime candidates for this pathway.
They are mechanically inclined and can visualize basic mechanical processes. Skills in computer aided design and prototype manufacturing are emphasized and practiced. Students will create a portfolio of design projects that demonstrate their acquired skills and creativity. They will gain confidence in their ability to use computer controlled tooling and to use design as problem solving device.