Foundations of Engineering/Architecture I and II

(Grades 9-12) 80 minutes daily, one semester, no prerequisites

FOUNDATIONS IN ENGINEERING/ ARCHITECTURE I (STEM 110) Fall Semester.   This course addresses the belief that now is the time for you to discover if any aspects of engineering or architecture could be part of your future. It presents the idea that know-how is not necessarily an intuitive ability. You can begin to develop an operational knowledge of engineering and architecture by applying yourself to a disciplined course syllabus. While learning dynamic 3D software will expand your capacity to professionally present your work, you must also bring a free expression of imagination and creativity to fully realize the opportunity this curriculum presents. Students can continue to pursue their interest in these fields by enrolling in the Engineering & Architecture Design program.

Credits:  80 minutes = 1 fine arts or technology credit.

 

FOUNDATIONS IN ENGINEERING/ ARCHITECTURE II (STEM 111) Spring Semester. This course expands upon the concept that engineering & architecture precepts are a conveyable body of knowledge. Those who wish to further develop their understanding complete relevant assignments focusing on innovative design and systems analysis incorporating science, technology, engineering and math. This curriculum requires each student to propose, complete and present several Product Design Innovations.  Students can continue to pursue their interest in these fields by enrolling in the Engineering & Architecture Design program.

Credits:  80 minutes = 1 fine arts or technology credit