Course Descriptions

Course NumberCourse TitleCreditsDescriptionCompetencies
EGT400PLTW-Intro to Engr Design3This course uses a design development process while enriching technical and engineering problem-solving skills; students create and analyze models using specialized computer software (AutoCAD Inventor). Prerequisite or Corequisite: One year of high school algebraLoading...
EGT410PLTW-Principles of Engineering3This course explores technology systems and manufacturing processes using the methodology of project-based engineering problem-solving. Learning activities explore a variety of engineering disciplines and address the social and political consequences of technological change. Prerequisite: 1 year of high school algebra or EGT 400. Prerequisite or Corequisite: high school algebraLoading...
EGT420PLTW-Digital Electronics3This course teaches applied logic through work with electronic circuitry, which students also construct and test for functionality.Loading...
EGT450PLTW-Computer Integrated Manuf3This course enhances computer modeling skills by applying principles of robotics and manufacturing automation to the creation of models of three-dimensional designs.Loading...
EGT460PLTW-Civil Engr/Architecture3This course introduces students to the interdependent fields of Civil Engineering and Architecture and teaches project planning, site planning and building design, using specialized computer software. Prerequisite: EGT 400 is recommended but not requiredLoading...
EGT900Fld Studies Architecture/Engr5This course is designed to give the student an opportunity to experience the fields of architecture and engineering both inside and outside of a typical classroom setting. Students will explore the job responsibilities of architects and engineers. Students will investigate, develop, and demonstrate professional leadership strategies, the fundamentals of the design process, project scheduling, construction technologies, and technical aspects of the related industries in this professional setting.Loading...