Engineering Sciences Program

  • Program description:
    The Engineering Sciences program provides an in-depth study of the fields of engineering and the engineering design process. The Engineering curriculum exposes students to 3D design, electrical engineering, computer programing, mechanical engineering, Bioengineering, alternative energies, and EPICS (Engineering Projects in Community Service). Students learn valuable 21st-century skills used in the workplace such as problem-solving, critical thinking, project planning, and decision making.  Students are exposed to scientific laws and modeling of mathematics to real-world projects. Students also participate in capstone projects in the advanced engineering classes.

    Cardboard and tape boat races The sequence of courses:

    • Year 1 – Engineering 1–2
    • Year 2 – Engineering 3–5 or Honors Engineering 3–4
    • Year 3 – Honors Engineering 5–6

    Optional courses beyond sequence:

    • Mechanical Engineering 5–6
    • Engineering 7–8

    Student capstone projects:

    CTSO: SkillsUSA

    Industry certification:
    RECF Pre-Engineering Certification

    Related careers: Aerospace Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Robotics Engineering, Civil Engineering, Biomedical Engineering

    Post-Secondary pathways: Associate’s Degree in Electronics Technology,  Bachelor of Science  Degrees in Electrical and Mechanical Engineering, Bachelor of Engineering Technology Degree and Masters Degree in Engineering

    Engineering Sciences Program Lead Contact:

    Kate Roman