The engineering pathways provide students with real-world skills in the growing fields of robotics, engineering, transportation technology, and manufacturing technology. Students will have hands-on experience through project-based work. This will prepare students for emerging and advanced career opportunities in the fields of engineering and technology. Students can explore several high-wage, high-skill career-based courses focused on the principles of engineering, robotics, design-based thinking, manufacturing, welding, and transportation technology. Courses integrate rigorous mathematics and science academic standards with hands-on contextual learning.
"Advanced Manufacturing builds upon skills first developed in Innovation and Product Design. As the scale and scope of projects increases, students are exposed to more complex tools, techniques and concepts."
Engineering and Robotics introduces students to mechanical concepts like structural design, weight distribution, drivetrains, fastening, speed and torque.
Innovation & Product Design introduces students to the process of production through the design process. Students learn and improve through iteration as their skill sets expand.
Switch Lab EV instructor training. Mr Densham & Mr Johnson will be bringing this technology and training along with a vehicle to build for our advanced engineering department students. The is Day One of a week long build the vehicle training. #switchlab, #fallbrookpursuingexcellence,Instagram