• Computerized Manufacturing
    Engineering, Manufacturing & Industrial Technology Pathway
     
    This exciting, fast-paced pre-engineering course provides advanced technology training in computer-aided design and computer manufacturing systems. All equipment is state of the art including Haas and Mazak CNC machining centers. The course uses CAD software including SolidWorks, Mastercam and KeyCreator. It also features demonstrations and maximizes student laboratory work (80% hands-on).
     
    Students gain planning, organizing and decision-making skills while also developing acceptable attitude, interpersonal and equipment-
    related skills. Paid co-op opportunities are available to second-year students who are placed at local manufacturers.
    Computerized Manufacturing prepares students for immediate employment, advanced schooling and/or apprenticeship opportunities with local area employers. 
     
    Students may take this course for three years.