Aerospace Engineering - Students in this curriculum will explore how to design, build, test and analyze the forces and physical properties of planes, rockets and unmanned vehicles. Through project-based learning, students will explore the future of aerospace and learn to apply those habits of behavior and mind unique to the field.
Automated Materials Joining Technology will appeal to students who want to focus on joining and forming technologies, materials science, computer-aided design and automated systems — key facets of advanced manufacturing — while applying math and science knowledge to design and produce products.
This Engineering Applications of Computer Science Course -Medium Kit will contain items for up to 20 students in one class. Engineer Your World Kits – a full kit of equipment and supplies for your classroom.
This Engineering Design and Analysis Course - Medium Kit will contain items for up to 24 students in one class. Engineer Your World Kits – a full kit of equipment and supplies for your classroom.
Students design a commemorative coin for the U.S. Mint that highlights a social or historical event. Students use rapid prototyping to test their designs and explore how density, mass, and volume can help to determine the dimensions of their designs.
Students become packaging designers as they reverse engineer existing package designs to use flatstock material and be more environmentally friendly. Students explore material properties, volume, surface area and mathematical nets.
Students become research company workers as they develop improved blades for wind turbines used in different geographic areas. Students explore drag and lift as they design their blades and experiment with independent and dependent variables.