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  • 89775100 ROBOTICS I, 1 credit 89810200 ROBOTICS II, 1 credit

    Grade 10-12
    Prerequisite Co-enrollment with or completion Algebra II

    Material fee of $20.00 for 3d printing materials
    In Robotics I students build a knowledge base for working with computer-controlled devices.

    Students use the engineering design process to create prototypes, test, analyze, and improve designs. The focus is on basic robot construction and programming for robotic control. This is a project-based environment that requires students to build prototypes or use simulation software to test designs. Programmatically integrating sensors for closed feedback loops is emphasized. Students develop critical thinking and communication skills by analyzing and presenting results using Google tools. Additionally, students explore career opportunities, employer expectations, and educational needs in the robotic industry. Offered at Career Center East only

    Students apply knowledge from previous mathematics, science, and robotics courses to develop advanced skills in the areas of robotics and math analysis. Students engage in skill development and hands-on activities at least 40% of the time. Special emphasis is placed on the engineering design process. Students explore the use of advanced mathematics and physics used in robotic systems. Students build a product using appropriate tools and material such as 3d printing to incorporate manufactured parts to be integrated into a prototype robotic system. Offered at Career Center East only

    89810300 DIGITAL ELECTRONICS, 1 credit

    Grade 11-12
    Prerequisite: Algebra I, Geometry Recommendation: Physics
    Material fee of $20.00 for electronic components

    In DE students explore the fundamentals of analog and digital electronics. Students use appropriate notation and learn the logic of circuit design and logic gates. Families of logic design including AND-OR-Invert, NAND and NOR Logic, and combinational logic systems are used to build lab experiments. All engineering students at the university learn basic digital electronics. This course is preparation for that class. Additionally, students learn engineering design and problems solving methods and are introduced to programming in LabVIEW. The use of Google technology provides the students with the opportunity to develop collaboration and web skills. This class emphasizes the engineering process and problem solving. This is designated an Advanced Course by SBOE. Offered at Career Center East only


    Grade: 11-12
    Prerequisite: Digital Electronics

    In EDPS-DE students apply knowledge from previous mathematics, science, and engineering courses to develop problem-solving skills using Digital Electronics. Students engage in skill development and hands-on activities at least 40% of the time. Special emphasis is placed on current trends in technology including robotics and circuit simulation. Student programming skills developed in DE are expanded by preparing for the LabVIEW Certified Associate LabVIEW Developers (CLAD) test. This is a college or professional level exam that enhances employment opportunities in engineering. Offered at Career Center East only

    Grade: 12
    Prerequisite: Robotics II, or Biosciences, or Digital Electronics

    The practicum is designed to give students supervised practical application of previously studied knowledge and skills. Practicum experiences can occur in a variety of locations appropriate to the nature and level of experience. Offered at Career Center East Only