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Science, Technology, Engineering & Math (STEM)

Course Descriptions • Endorsement: STEM

This pathway is for students interested in engineering and electronics.  Students may earn college hours, develop project portfolios using industry supported technology and software, participate in internships/job shadowing, and participate with a team in a senior research and development project.

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Course Descriptions

Listed alphabetically. + Prerequisite required.

AC/DC Electronics (18-Weeks) +

Aerospace Engineering (18-Weeks) +

 

Computer Integrated Manufacturing (18-Weeks) +

Engineering Design & Development (18-Weeks) +

Engineering Science (18-Weeks) +

Introduction to Engineering Design (18-Weeks) +

Principles of Applied Engineering (36-Weeks)

Robotics 1 (18-Weeks)

Solid State Electronics (36-Weeks) +

Courses Offered after School & During Summer

Tarrant County College (TCC):

  • ENGR 1201:  Introduction to Engineering

  • ENGR 1304:  Engineering Graphics

University of Texas at Arlington (UTA) – Students must meet UTA math requirements to take these courses.

  • BE 1104:  Introduction to Engineering (Bioengineering)

  • CE 1104:  Introduction to Engineering (Civil)

  • CSE 1104:  Introduction to Engineering (Computer Science)

  • EE 1104:  Introduction to Engineering (Electrical)

  • IE 1104:  Introduction to Engineering (Industrial & Manufacturing)

  • MAE 1104:  Introduction to Engineering (Mechanical & Aerospace)

Project Lead the Way is a four year sequence of courses which, when combined with traditional mathematics and science courses in high school, introduces students to the scope, rigor, and discipline of engineering prior to entering college.  However, those not intending to pursue further formal education will benefit greatly from taking some or all of the courses provided.

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Mansfield, Texas 76063
Phone: 817.299.6300
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