Engineering and Technology Magnet Program Mission Unique program that combines academic coursework, research experience, and a challenging environment to prepare students for related careers in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics)
Maintain a 2.0 grade point average Have a 2.5 grade point average to get the magnet seal Take a math, science, and technology course each year Complete 200 hours of community service Complete a career strand of magnet courses Complete an internship (15 hours) Follow all the rules in the Rights and Responsibilities Handbook
Engineering Architecture/Engineering Design Computer Science Electronics Computer Networking Geospatial Information Systems Modeling/Simulation and Gaming – New proposed courses
New Program at Heritage Focus on Electrical and Mechanical Engineering Technology Meet the expected job growth in Hampton Roads Special courses and business partners like Alcoa Howmet, Northrop Grumman, NASA, and Canon
BENEFITS OF MAGNET PROGRAM! Opportunities to earn industry certifications Dual enrollment opportunities Enhance your resume (Community Service, Advanced/Specialty Courses) Internship opportunities Admission and scholarship agreements with colleges and universities Receive magnet seal diploma seal
Electronics I and II Engineering Drawing Computer Systems II Information Technology Fundamentals Geospatial I and II
Calendar of Events November College Night December Guest Speakers January Super Saturday Middle School Recruitment February Engineers Week (NASA field trip; ODU Competition) March The Great Computer Challenge April Guest Speakers May Honors Banquet Senior Seminar Presentations June Magnet Medallions Ceremony
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