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Are you detail-oriented? Do you try to figure out how things work or enjoy problem-solving?

Engineers work in virtually every industry. Science, technology, engineering, and mathematics workers do scientific research in laboratories or the field. Some will plan or design products and systems. Or, you might support scientists, mathematicians, or engineers as they do their work.

Courses Offered:

PLTW: Introduction to Engineering Design

Students dig deep into the engineering design process through application of math, science, and engineering standards.

PLTW: Principles of Engineering

Students explore a broad range of engineering topics such as mechanisms, strength and structure of materials, and automation.

PLTW: Civil Engineering and Architecture

Students learn important aspects of building, site design, and development.

PLTW: Digital Electronics

This course is a foundation for those interested in electrical engineering, electronics, or circuit design.

PLTW: Engineering Design and Development

The capstone engineering course where students engage in a final research and design project.


Students build and program a small robot and learn the essentials of gears, mechanical advantage, pneumatics, programming, and sensors.

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, demand for qualified robotics engineers is expected to grow by as much as 13 percent through 2018.