The Morgan County Pre-Engineering Program is designed to offer students an overview of the engineering profession and fundamental skills utilized in general engineering. Students investigate various engineering disciplines and related career paths. They develop communication and teamwork skills as well as increase their understanding of basic scientific and mathematical principles used in problem solving through the engineering design process. Students will also explore the application of engineering principles in various technological areas including: construction, transportation, communication, manufacturing, and bio-engineering. Students will also learn about systems involved in the engineering research and design process. Topics include fluid, thermal, mechanical, and electrical systems. Participation in the program is linked to membership on FIRST Robotics team 3959.
Freshmen: Foundations of Engineering
1st Year: Engineering Applications, Basic Programming for Engineers
2nd Year: Engineering Systems, Introduction to Robotics
3rd Year: Engineering Research and Design, Robotics Applications
Aerospace Engineer, Biomedical Engineer, Chemical Engineer, Civil Engineer, Computer Software Engineer- Applications, Computer Software Engineer- Systems, Electrical/Electronic Engineer, Industrial Engineer, Mechanical Engineer, Petroleum Engineer
Computer Software Engineer, Applications
Computer Software Engineer, Systems
Career Tech Student Organization:
TSA (Technology Student Association)
Industry Certifications: SolidWorks Associate
Robotics/Pre-Engineering is offered at Technology Park and at Priceville High School. Tim Sharp teaches the program at Technology Park and Alesia Doran teaches Project Lead the Way and Pre-Engineering at Priceville High School.