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Technology Education

 

In preparing for technical careers and classes in Technology Education, it is recommended that freshmen take Introduction to Engineering Technology as their first class in Technology Education at Rocky Mountain High School.  Students completing two or more courses in an area receive a certificate as a completer in Engineering-related technologies.

Many of Rocky graduates go on to work in the career pathways listed below.  The Technology Education Department offers a tremendous opportunity for all students to get a head start and explore career options.  The following classes are recommended to help develop a background to pursue careers in the following pathways.

These pathway sequences are only recommendations and classes can be taken in any order.  Technology Education classes are open to all students.

Engineering Explorations - 2279

Recommended for 9th graders, but also a pre-requisite for all courses. (5 credits)

Computer-Aided Design

Robotics

21st Century Manufacturing

Engineering Drafting 1

2210CEFRCC

5 credits (3 FRCC Credits)

Robotics 1

2205

5 credits

Metals 1, 2, 3

2283, 2284, 2287

5 credits each

Engineering Draft- 3D Modeling

2221S1CEFR

5 credits (3 FRCC Credits)

Woods 1 or Woods for Women

2282

5 credits

Woods 1, 2, 3

2282, 2233, 2237

5 credits each

3D Modeling – Engineering Drafting 2 2221S2CEFR

5 credits (3 FRCC Credits)

Electronics

2370

5 credits

Engineering Explorations  

(2279)

5 credits

Architecture

2223

5 credits

Metals 1

2283

5 credits

Engineering Explorations II -Digital Fabrication

 (2500)

5 credits

Metals 1

2283

5 credits

Robotics 2

2206

10 credits

Clean Energy Manufacturing (2289)

10 credits

Woods 1 or Woods for Women

2282

5 credits

   

 Engineering & Design Capstone 2295 (10 Credits)

*Instructor Approval required for this course.