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Are you the next Elon Musk? Do you have an interest in how things work? Do you enjoy devising mechanical or technological systems, or want to play a part in developing the physical devices and structures that people interact with on a daily basis? Engineering might be right for you. Engineering concerns the research, design, and use of machines, engines, and structures. Engineering impacts every part of modern life. Engineering is responsible for your car, your smart phone, and the roads you drive. An education in engineering can start you on the path to a career designing highway systems, developing communities, building innovative medical technology, working in research and development to create new mechanical tools, even working as an entrepreneur.

7th Grade - Design & Modeling
9th Grade - Intro to STEM Careers & Technologies
10th Grade -  Intro to Engineering, Architecture & Design
11th Grade - Engineering Technologies
12th Grade - Advanced Engineering Technologies

Program Highlights

• Students visualize and construct 3D models and prototypes for architectural and mechanical designs

• Students find creative solutions to complex engineering and architectural challenges

• Students use the same advanced software and modern equipment as professional engineers and architects

• Students showcase their talents in creations for Sandusky City Schools and Community Service Projects

• Students are members of SkillsUSA, a national student youth group/organization.

• Students have the opportunity to intern during their senior year in an engineering-related profession by participating in the Global Internship Experience

Industry Recognized Credentials

• Auto Desk User (4 points)
• Auto Desk Professional (6 points)
• Auto Desk Inventor User (4 points)
• Auto Desk Inventor Professional (4 points)

State Approved Courses

• Engineering Design
• Plan Reading
• Architecture Design (Site)
• Architecture Design (Structural)

Cost Free College Credit Opportunities

Career Technical Assurance Guides (CTAGS) allow students, who demonstrate proficiency in career tech courses in approved secondary programs, to receive college credit at any Ohio public university

• CTEGT002 - Engineering Graphics
• CTCON001 - Plan Reading College Credit Plus offered through Firelands/BGSU
• ENGT 1020 Into to Engineering & Design (3 credit hours)
• ENGT 1100 Basic Computer Aided Design (3 credit hours)
• ENGT 2100 Solid Modeling (3 credit hours)
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