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1 Hinsdale South High School Technology Education Department Program of Studies Career/Course Alignment Calculator End visit

2 ENGINEERING  Pre-Engineering I hrs  Pre-Engineering II hrs  Architecture Design hrs  Engineering Design hrs  Advanced Engineering and Architectural Modeling hrs WOODWORKING  Woods I  Woods II  Woods III hrs (Honors option available) HINSDALE TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION DEPARTMENT PROGRAM OF STUDIES

3 Construction Project Management Carpenter Architect Manufacturing Technician Drafter/CAD Technician CHOOSE YOUR CAREER Engineer ENGINEERING – Prepare yourself for a career as an engineer. Our Engineering Sequence will help prepare you for many specific areas: Aeronautical Biomedical Civil Computer/Software Electrical Mechanical Manufacturing Structural

4 Engineering Pre-Engineering I hrs Grades 9-12 Pre-Engineering II hrs Grades 9-12 Architectural Design hrs Grades Engineering Design hrs Grades Advanced Engineering & Architectural Modeling hrs Woodworking Woods I Grades 9-12 Woods II Grades Woods III Grades Engineer Back to Careers Page

5 Engineering Pre-Engineering I hrs Grades 9-12 Pre-Engineering II hrs Architectural Design hrs Engineering Design hrs Advanced Engineering and Architectural Modeling hrs Woodworking Woods I Grades 9-12 Woods II Grades Woods III Grades Construction Project Manager Back to Careers Page

6 Engineering Pre-Engineering I hrs Grades 9-12 Pre-Engineering II hrs Architectural Design hrs Engineering Design hrs Advanced Engineering and Architectural Modeling hrs Woodworking Woods I Grades 9-12 Woods II Grades Woods III Grades Carpenter Back to Careers Page

7 Engineering Pre-Engineering I hrs Grades 9-12 Pre-Engineering II hrs Architectural Design hrs Engineering Design hrs Advanced Engineering and Architectural Modeling hrs Woodworking Woods I Grades 9-12 Woods II Grades Woods III Grades Architect Back to Careers Page

8 Engineering Pre-Engineering I hrs Grades 9-12 Pre-Engineering II hrs Architectural Design hrs Engineering Design hrs Advanced Engineering and Architectural Modeling hrs Woodworking Woods I Grades 9-12 Woods II Grades Woods III Grades Manufacturing Technician Back to Careers Page

9 Engineering Pre-Engineering I hrs Grades 9-12 Pre-Engineering II hrs Architectural Design hrs Engineering Design hrs Advanced Engineering and Architectural Modeling hrs Woodworking Woods I Grades 9-12 Woods II Grades Woods III Grades Drafter/CAD Technician Back to Careers Page

10 Program of studies slides

11 Pre-Engineering I hrs BACK TO Program of Studies PAGE PRE-ENGINEERING I Course #06741 Prereq: none PRE-ENGINEERING I w/honors option Course #06731 Prereq: Teacher approval Level: 9, 10, 11, 12 Credit: 0.5 Course #6741: This introductory course to computer aided design covers practical drafting and problem-solving skills. Most work will be done on the computers using AutoCAD by Autodesk through the introduction of two and three-dimensional problems. Some manual sketching will be introduced during the drawing process. Course #06731 w/honors option: Pre-Engineering I w/honors option is recommended for the highly motivated student, especially those interested in pursuing a career in the field of Engineering. This course to computer aided design covers practical drafting and problem-solving skills. Students will be introduced to computer aided design using AutoCAD, Inventor, and REVIT for two and three-dimensional problems. It is a hands-on course, which covers information on a basic level to understanding the concepts and commands necessary to create, edit, and plot drawings.

12 Pre-Engineering II hrs PRE-ENGINEERING II Course #06751 Prereq: Pre-Engineering I PRE-ENGINEERING II w/honors option Course #06761 Prereq: Pre-Engineering I & Teacher recommendation Level: 9, 10, 11, 12 Credit: 0.5 Course #06751: This follow-up course to Pre-Engineering I will enable students to develop more advanced techniques in computer aided design through three-dimensional modeling problems and more advanced two-dimensional drawing and dimensioning. The capstone project will be solid modeling and presentation drawings of an engineering concept. AutoCAD will be used for most of this course. Course #06761: While using AutoCAD, Inventor, and REVIT, Pre- Engineering II w/honors option enables a student to develop more advanced techniques in computer aided design through an in-depth study of two- and three-dimensional modeling, drawing and dimensioning problems. Students will develop a presentation of an engineering field they are interested in. A capstone project will be solid modeling and presentation drawings of an engineering concept. BACK TO Program of Studies PAGE

13 Architectural Design hrs ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN Course #06730 Prereq: Pre-Engineering II Level: 10, 11, 12 Credit: 1.0 Supply fee: $15 This course will introduce students to residential architecture. Students will learn the technical information necessary to draw a set of blueprints for a single-family home. The first semester project will consist of planning and designing a complete set of prints using industry standards as examples. The second semester will be devoted to constructing a scale model using basswood and a three-dimensional model using Revit of the home designed. Information regarding building and contracting a home will be used to help understand residential construction in the Midwest. BACK TO Program of Studies PAGE

14 Engineering Design hrs ENGINEERING DESIGN Course #06721 Prereq: Pre-Engineering II Level: 10, 11, 12 Credit: 0.5 This course provides students with technical information necessary to plan and design products for industry. The students will plan, research, design, create, and test products to improve the efficiency of advanced applications. In addition, students will learn how to render their projects to present their ideas to employers. BACK TO Program of Studies PAGE

15 Advanced Engineering and Architectural Modeling hrs ADVANCED ENGINEERING AND MODELING Course #06721 Prereq: Architecture & Deisgn or Architecture & Design w/honors option AND Engineering & Design or Engineering & Design w/honors option. Level: 10, 11, 12 Credit: 0.5 This is the culminating course in our Technology Education program. Students will have additional challenges as they are introduced to several 3D modeling software programs. Students will be required to use the skills learned in both their engineering and architecture courses as they make the transition from 2D to 3D. BACK TO Program of Studies PAGE

16 Woods I WOODS I Course #06771 Prereq: none Level: 9, 10, 11, 12 Credit: 0.5 Supply fee: $47 This introductory course to modern woodworking will allow students to help plan, design, and create at least three assigned wood projects using various types of wood. In addition students will develop and practice safety in a wood shop laboratory. BACK TO Program of Studies PAGE

17 Woods II WOODS II Course #06780 Prereq: Woods I & teacher approval Level: 10, 11, 12 Credit: 1.0 Supply fee: $137 This follow-up course to Woods I will allow students to further their knowledge of woodworking by planning and building more advanced projects. In addition, students will use more technical set-ups to build four projects: three assigned and one student choice. BACK TO Program of Studies PAGE

18 Woods III WOODS III Course #06790 Prereq: Woods II & teacher approval Level: 11, 12 Credit: 1.0 This is an advanced woodworking course utilizing all of the information from Woods I and II. Students will design, plan and build a project of their own, consistent with their abilities, interest, and time. In addition, students will have the opportunity to design and build projects for Hinsdale South High School. A fee will be applied as needed depending on projects built. BACK TO Program of Studies PAGE

19 Engineer slides

20 Pre-Engineering I hrs BACK TO Engineer PAGE PRE-ENGINEERING I Course #06741 Prereq: none PRE-ENGINEERING I w/honors option Course #06731 Prereq: Teacher approval Level: 9, 10, 11, 12 Credit: 0.5 Course #6741: This introductory course to computer aided design covers practical drafting and problem-solving skills. Most work will be done on the computers using AutoCAD by Autodesk through the introduction of two and three-dimensional problems. Some manual sketching will be introduced during the drawing process. Course #06731 w/honors option: Pre-Engineering I w/honors option is recommended for the highly motivated student, especially those interested in pursuing a career in the field of Engineering. This course to computer aided design covers practical drafting and problem-solving skills. Students will be introduced to computer aided design using AutoCAD, Inventor, and REVIT for two and three-dimensional problems. It is a hands-on course, which covers information on a basic level to understanding the concepts and commands necessary to create, edit, and plot drawings.

21 Pre-Engineering II hrs PRE-ENGINEERING II Course #06751 Prereq: Pre-Engineering I PRE-ENGINEERING II w/honors option Course #06761 Prereq: Pre-Engineering I & Teacher recommendation Level: 9, 10, 11, 12 Credit: 0.5 Course #06751: This follow-up course to Pre-Engineering I will enable students to develop more advanced techniques in computer aided design through three-dimensional modeling problems and more advanced two-dimensional drawing and dimensioning. The capstone project will be solid modeling and presentation drawings of an engineering concept. AutoCAD will be used for most of this course. Course #06761: While using AutoCAD, Inventor, and REVIT, Pre- Engineering II w/honors option enables a student to develop more advanced techniques in computer aided design through an in-depth study of two- and three-dimensional modeling, drawing and dimensioning problems. Students will develop a presentation of an engineering field they are interested in. A capstone project will be solid modeling and presentation drawings of an engineering concept. BACK TO Engineer PAGE

22 Architectural Design hrs ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN Course #06730 Prereq: Pre-Engineering II Level: 10, 11, 12 Credit: 1.0 Supply fee: $15 This course will introduce students to residential architecture. Students will learn the technical information necessary to draw a set of blueprints for a single-family home. The first semester project will consist of planning and designing a complete set of prints using industry standards as examples. The second semester will be devoted to constructing a scale model using basswood and a three-dimensional model using Revit of the home designed. Information regarding building and contracting a home will be used to help understand residential construction in the Midwest. BACK TO Engineer PAGE

23 Engineering Design hrs ENGINEERING DESIGN Course #06721 Prereq: Pre-Engineering II Level: 10, 11, 12 Credit: 0.5 This course provides students with technical information necessary to plan and design products for industry. The students will plan, research, design, create, and test products to improve the efficiency of advanced applications. In addition, students will learn how to render their projects to present their ideas to employers. BACK TO Engineer PAGE

24 Advanced Engineering and Architectural Modeling hrs ADVANCED ENGINEERING AND MODELING Course #06721 Prereq: Architecture & Deisgn or Architecture & Design w/honors option AND Engineering & Design or Engineering & Design w/honors option. Level: 10, 11, 12 Credit: 0.5 This is the culminating course in our Technology Education program. Students will have additional challenges as they are introduced to several 3D modeling software programs. Students will be required to use the skills learned in both their engineering and architecture courses as they make the transition from 2D to 3D. BACK TO Engineer PAGE

25 Woods I WOODS I Course #06771 Prereq: none Level: 9, 10, 11, 12 Credit: 0.5 Supply fee: $47 This introductory course to modern woodworking will allow students to help plan, design, and create at least three assigned wood projects using various types of wood. In addition students will develop and practice safety in a wood shop laboratory. BACK TO Engineer PAGE

26 Construction Proj Manager slides

27 Pre-Engineering I hrs BACK TO Construction Project Manager PAGE PRE-ENGINEERING I Course #06741 Prereq: none PRE-ENGINEERING I w/honors option Course #06731 Prereq: Teacher approval Level: 9, 10, 11, 12 Credit: 0.5 Course #6741: This introductory course to computer aided design covers practical drafting and problem-solving skills. Most work will be done on the computers using AutoCAD by Autodesk through the introduction of two and three-dimensional problems. Some manual sketching will be introduced during the drawing process. Course #06731 w/honors option: Pre-Engineering I w/honors option is recommended for the highly motivated student, especially those interested in pursuing a career in the field of Engineering. This course to computer aided design covers practical drafting and problem-solving skills. Students will be introduced to computer aided design using AutoCAD, Inventor, and REVIT for two and three-dimensional problems. It is a hands-on course, which covers information on a basic level to understanding the concepts and commands necessary to create, edit, and plot drawings.

28 Pre-Engineering II hrs PRE-ENGINEERING II Course #06751 Prereq: Pre-Engineering I PRE-ENGINEERING II w/honors option Course #06761 Prereq: Pre-Engineering I & Teacher recommendation Level: 9, 10, 11, 12 Credit: 0.5 Course #06751: This follow-up course to Pre-Engineering I will enable students to develop more advanced techniques in computer aided design through three-dimensional modeling problems and more advanced two-dimensional drawing and dimensioning. The capstone project will be solid modeling and presentation drawings of an engineering concept. AutoCAD will be used for most of this course. Course #06761: While using AutoCAD, Inventor, and REVIT, Pre- Engineering II w/honors option enables a student to develop more advanced techniques in computer aided design through an in-depth study of two- and three-dimensional modeling, drawing and dimensioning problems. Students will develop a presentation of an engineering field they are interested in. A capstone project will be solid modeling and presentation drawings of an engineering concept. BACK TO Construction Project Manager PAGE

29 Architectural Design hrs ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN Course #06730 Prereq: Pre-Engineering II Level: 10, 11, 12 Credit: 1.0 Supply fee: $15 This course will introduce students to residential architecture. Students will learn the technical information necessary to draw a set of blueprints for a single-family home. The first semester project will consist of planning and designing a complete set of prints using industry standards as examples. The second semester will be devoted to constructing a scale model using basswood and a three-dimensional model using Revit of the home designed. Information regarding building and contracting a home will be used to help understand residential construction in the Midwest. BACK TO Construction Project Manager PAGE

30 Woods I WOODS I Course #06771 Prereq: none Level: 9, 10, 11, 12 Credit: 0.5 Supply fee: $47 This introductory course to modern woodworking will allow students to help plan, design, and create at least three assigned wood projects using various types of wood. In addition students will develop and practice safety in a wood shop laboratory. BACK TO Construction Project Manager PAGE

31 Carpenter slides

32 Pre-Engineering I hrs PRE-ENGINEERING I Course #06741 Prereq: none PRE-ENGINEERING I w/honors option Course #06731 Prereq: Teacher approval Level: 9, 10, 11, 12 Credit: 0.5 Course #6741: This introductory course to computer aided design covers practical drafting and problem-solving skills. Most work will be done on the computers using AutoCAD by Autodesk through the introduction of two and three-dimensional problems. Some manual sketching will be introduced during the drawing process. Course #06731 w/honors option: Pre-Engineering I w/honors option is recommended for the highly motivated student, especially those interested in pursuing a career in the field of Engineering. This course to computer aided design covers practical drafting and problem-solving skills. Students will be introduced to computer aided design using AutoCAD, Inventor, and REVIT for two and three-dimensional problems. It is a hands-on course, which covers information on a basic level to understanding the concepts and commands necessary to create, edit, and plot drawings. BACK TO Carpenter PAGE

33 Pre-Engineering II hrs PRE-ENGINEERING II Course #06751 Prereq: Pre-Engineering I PRE-ENGINEERING II w/honors option Course #06761 Prereq: Pre-Engineering I & Teacher recommendation Level: 9, 10, 11, 12 Credit: 0.5 Course #06751: This follow-up course to Pre-Engineering I will enable students to develop more advanced techniques in computer aided design through three-dimensional modeling problems and more advanced two-dimensional drawing and dimensioning. The capstone project will be solid modeling and presentation drawings of an engineering concept. AutoCAD will be used for most of this course. Course #06761: While using AutoCAD, Inventor, and REVIT, Pre- Engineering II w/honors option enables a student to develop more advanced techniques in computer aided design through an in-depth study of two- and three-dimensional modeling, drawing and dimensioning problems. Students will develop a presentation of an engineering field they are interested in. A capstone project will be solid modeling and presentation drawings of an engineering concept. BACK TO Carpenter PAGE

34 Architectural Design hrs ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN Course #06730 Prereq: Pre-Engineering II Level: 10, 11, 12 Credit: 1.0 Supply fee: $15 This course will introduce students to residential architecture. Students will learn the technical information necessary to draw a set of blueprints for a single-family home. The first semester project will consist of planning and designing a complete set of prints using industry standards as examples. The second semester will be devoted to constructing a scale model using basswood and a three-dimensional model using Revit of the home designed. Information regarding building and contracting a home will be used to help understand residential construction in the Midwest. BACK TO Carpenter PAGE

35 Woods I WOODS I Course #06771 Prereq: none Level: 9, 10, 11, 12 Credit: 0.5 Supply fee: $47 This introductory course to modern woodworking will allow students to help plan, design, and create at least three assigned wood projects using various types of wood. In addition students will develop and practice safety in a wood shop laboratory. BACK TO Carpenter PAGE

36 Woods II WOODS II Course #06780 Prereq: Woods I & teacher approval Level: 10, 11, 12 Credit: 1.0 Supply fee: $137 This follow-up course to Woods I will allow students to further their knowledge of woodworking by planning and building more advanced projects. In addition, students will use more technical set-ups to build four projects: three assigned and one student choice. BACK TO Carpenter PAGE

37 Woods III WOODS III Course #06790 Prereq: Woods II & teacher approval Level: 11, 12 Credit: 1.0 This is an advanced woodworking course utilizing all of the information from Woods I and II. Students will design, plan and build a project of their own, consistent with their abilities, interest, and time. In addition, students will have the opportunity to design and build projects for Hinsdale South High School. A fee will be applied as needed depending on projects built. BACK TO Carpenter PAGE

38 Architect slides

39 Pre-Engineering I hrs BACK TO Architect PAGE PRE-ENGINEERING I Course #06741 Prereq: none PRE-ENGINEERING I w/honors option Course #06731 Prereq: Teacher approval Level: 9, 10, 11, 12 Credit: 0.5 Course #6741: This introductory course to computer aided design covers practical drafting and problem-solving skills. Most work will be done on the computers using AutoCAD by Autodesk through the introduction of two and three-dimensional problems. Some manual sketching will be introduced during the drawing process. Course #06731 w/honors option: Pre-Engineering I w/honors option is recommended for the highly motivated student, especially those interested in pursuing a career in the field of Engineering. This course to computer aided design covers practical drafting and problem-solving skills. Students will be introduced to computer aided design using AutoCAD, Inventor, and REVIT for two and three-dimensional problems. It is a hands-on course, which covers information on a basic level to understanding the concepts and commands necessary to create, edit, and plot drawings.

40 Pre-Engineering II hrs PRE-ENGINEERING II Course #06751 Prereq: Pre-Engineering I PRE-ENGINEERING II w/honors option Course #06761 Prereq: Pre-Engineering I & Teacher recommendation Level: 9, 10, 11, 12 Credit: 0.5 Course #06751: This follow-up course to Pre-Engineering I will enable students to develop more advanced techniques in computer aided design through three-dimensional modeling problems and more advanced two-dimensional drawing and dimensioning. The capstone project will be solid modeling and presentation drawings of an engineering concept. AutoCAD will be used for most of this course. Course #06761: While using AutoCAD, Inventor, and REVIT, Pre- Engineering II w/honors option enables a student to develop more advanced techniques in computer aided design through an in-depth study of two- and three-dimensional modeling, drawing and dimensioning problems. Students will develop a presentation of an engineering field they are interested in. A capstone project will be solid modeling and presentation drawings of an engineering concept. BACK TO Architect PAGE

41 Architectural Design hrs ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN Course #06730 Prereq: Pre-Engineering II Level: 10, 11, 12 Credit: 1.0 Supply fee: $15 This course will introduce students to residential architecture. Students will learn the technical information necessary to draw a set of blueprints for a single-family home. The first semester project will consist of planning and designing a complete set of prints using industry standards as examples. The second semester will be devoted to constructing a scale model using basswood and a three-dimensional model using Revit of the home designed. Information regarding building and contracting a home will be used to help understand residential construction in the Midwest. BACK TO Architect PAGE

42 Engineering Design hrs ENGINEERING DESIGN Course #06721 Prereq: Pre-Engineering II Level: 10, 11, 12 Credit: 0.5 This course provides students with technical information necessary to plan and design products for industry. The students will plan, research, design, create, and test products to improve the efficiency of advanced applications. In addition, students will learn how to render their projects to present their ideas to employers. BACK TO Architect PAGE

43 Advanced Engineering and Architectural Modeling hrs ADVANCED ENGINEERING AND MODELING Course #06721 Prereq: Architecture & Deisgn or Architecture & Design w/honors option AND Engineering & Design or Engineering & Design w/honors option. Level: 10, 11, 12 Credit: 0.5 This is the culminating course in our Technology Education program. Students will have additional challenges as they are introduced to several 3D modeling software programs. Students will be required to use the skills learned in both their engineering and architecture courses as they make the transition from 2D to 3D. BACK TO Architect PAGE

44 Woods I WOODS I Course #06771 Prereq: none Level: 9, 10, 11, 12 Credit: 0.5 Supply fee: $47 This introductory course to modern woodworking will allow students to help plan, design, and create at least three assigned wood projects using various types of wood. In addition students will develop and practice safety in a wood shop laboratory. BACK TO Architect PAGE

45 Man Tech slides

46 Pre-Engineering I hrs PRE-ENGINEERING I Course #06741 Prereq: none PRE-ENGINEERING I w/honors option Course #06731 Prereq: Teacher approval Level: 9, 10, 11, 12 Credit: 0.5 Course #6741: This introductory course to computer aided design covers practical drafting and problem-solving skills. Most work will be done on the computers using AutoCAD by Autodesk through the introduction of two and three-dimensional problems. Some manual sketching will be introduced during the drawing process. Course #06731 w/honors option: Pre-Engineering I w/honors option is recommended for the highly motivated student, especially those interested in pursuing a career in the field of Engineering. This course to computer aided design covers practical drafting and problem-solving skills. Students will be introduced to computer aided design using AutoCAD, Inventor, and REVIT for two and three-dimensional problems. It is a hands-on course, which covers information on a basic level to understanding the concepts and commands necessary to create, edit, and plot drawings. BACK TO Manufacturing Technician PAGE

47 Pre-Engineering II hrs PRE-ENGINEERING II Course #06751 Prereq: Pre-Engineering I PRE-ENGINEERING II w/honors option Course #06761 Prereq: Pre-Engineering I & Teacher recommendation Level: 9, 10, 11, 12 Credit: 0.5 Course #06751: This follow-up course to Pre-Engineering I will enable students to develop more advanced techniques in computer aided design through three-dimensional modeling problems and more advanced two-dimensional drawing and dimensioning. The capstone project will be solid modeling and presentation drawings of an engineering concept. AutoCAD will be used for most of this course. Course #06761: While using AutoCAD, Inventor, and REVIT, Pre- Engineering II w/honors option enables a student to develop more advanced techniques in computer aided design through an in-depth study of two- and three-dimensional modeling, drawing and dimensioning problems. Students will develop a presentation of an engineering field they are interested in. A capstone project will be solid modeling and presentation drawings of an engineering concept. BACK TO Manufacturing Technician PAGE

48 Engineering Design hrs ENGINEERING DESIGN Course #06721 Prereq: Pre-Engineering II Level: 10, 11, 12 Credit: 0.5 This course provides students with technical information necessary to plan and design products for industry. The students will plan, research, design, create, and test products to improve the efficiency of advanced applications. In addition, students will learn how to render their projects to present their ideas to employers. BACK TO Manufacturing Technician PAGE

49 Advanced Engineering and Architectural Modeling hrs ADVANCED ENGINEERING AND MODELING Course #06721 Prereq: Architecture & Deisgn or Architecture & Design w/honors option AND Engineering & Design or Engineering & Design w/honors option. Level: 10, 11, 12 Credit: 0.5 This is the culminating course in our Technology Education program. Students will have additional challenges as they are introduced to several 3D modeling software programs. Students will be required to use the skills learned in both their engineering and architecture courses as they make the transition from 2D to 3D. BACK TO Manufacturing Technician PAGE

50 Woods I WOODS I Course #06771 Prereq: none Level: 9, 10, 11, 12 Credit: 0.5 Supply fee: $47 This introductory course to modern woodworking will allow students to help plan, design, and create at least three assigned wood projects using various types of wood. In addition students will develop and practice safety in a wood shop laboratory. BACK TO Manufacturing Technician PAGE

51 Design/CAD Technician slides

52 Pre-Engineering I hrs BACK TO Design/CAD Technician PAGE PRE-ENGINEERING I Course #06741 Prereq: none PRE-ENGINEERING I w/honors option Course #06731 Prereq: Teacher approval Level: 9, 10, 11, 12 Credit: 0.5 Course #6741: This introductory course to computer aided design covers practical drafting and problem-solving skills. Most work will be done on the computers using AutoCAD by Autodesk through the introduction of two and three-dimensional problems. Some manual sketching will be introduced during the drawing process. Course #06731 w/honors option: Pre-Engineering I w/honors option is recommended for the highly motivated student, especially those interested in pursuing a career in the field of Engineering. This course to computer aided design covers practical drafting and problem-solving skills. Students will be introduced to computer aided design using AutoCAD, Inventor, and REVIT for two and three-dimensional problems. It is a hands-on course, which covers information on a basic level to understanding the concepts and commands necessary to create, edit, and plot drawings.

53 Pre-Engineering II hrs PRE-ENGINEERING II Course #06751 Prereq: Pre-Engineering I PRE-ENGINEERING II w/honors option Course #06761 Prereq: Pre-Engineering I & Teacher recommendation Level: 9, 10, 11, 12 Credit: 0.5 Course #06751: This follow-up course to Pre-Engineering I will enable students to develop more advanced techniques in computer aided design through three-dimensional modeling problems and more advanced two-dimensional drawing and dimensioning. The capstone project will be solid modeling and presentation drawings of an engineering concept. AutoCAD will be used for most of this course. Course #06761: While using AutoCAD, Inventor, and REVIT, Pre- Engineering II w/honors option enables a student to develop more advanced techniques in computer aided design through an in-depth study of two- and three-dimensional modeling, drawing and dimensioning problems. Students will develop a presentation of an engineering field they are interested in. A capstone project will be solid modeling and presentation drawings of an engineering concept. BACK TO Design/CAD Technician PAGE

54 Architectural Design hrs ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN Course #06730 Prereq: Pre-Engineering II Level: 10, 11, 12 Credit: 1.0 Supply fee: $15 This course will introduce students to residential architecture. Students will learn the technical information necessary to draw a set of blueprints for a single-family home. The first semester project will consist of planning and designing a complete set of prints using industry standards as examples. The second semester will be devoted to constructing a scale model using basswood and a three-dimensional model using Revit of the home designed. Information regarding building and contracting a home will be used to help understand residential construction in the Midwest. BACK TO Design/CAD Technician PAGE

55 Engineering Design hrs ENGINEERING DESIGN Course #06721 Prereq: Pre-Engineering II Level: 10, 11, 12 Credit: 0.5 This course provides students with technical information necessary to plan and design products for industry. The students will plan, research, design, create, and test products to improve the efficiency of advanced applications. In addition, students will learn how to render their projects to present their ideas to employers. BACK TO Design/CAD Technician PAGE

56 Advanced Engineering and Architectural Modeling hrs ADVANCED ENGINEERING AND MODELING Course #06721 Prereq: Architecture & Deisgn or Architecture & Design w/honors option AND Engineering & Design or Engineering & Design w/honors option. Level: 10, 11, 12 Credit: 0.5 This is the culminating course in our Technology Education program. Students will have additional challenges as they are introduced to several 3D modeling software programs. Students will be required to use the skills learned in both their engineering and architecture courses as they make the transition from 2D to 3D. BACK TO Design/CAD Technician PAGE

57 Woods I WOODS I Course #06771 Prereq: none Level: 9, 10, 11, 12 Credit: 0.5 Supply fee: $47 This introductory course to modern woodworking will allow students to help plan, design, and create at least three assigned wood projects using various types of wood. In addition students will develop and practice safety in a wood shop laboratory. BACK TO Design/CAD Technician PAGE

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