Instructors Hugh McPhail Hugh.McPhail@mywccc.org, Jeff Little Jeff.Little@mywccc.org, Moriah Mercer Moriah.Mercer@mywccc.org, Roy Broderick Roy.Broderick@mywccc.org, Marcus Makras Marcus.Makras@mywccc.org, Juliana Thomas Juliana.Thomas@mywccc.org and Molly Addis Molly.Addis@mywccc.org.
This program for students interested in the engineering field is offered as a satellite program at Bishop Fenwick High School, Lebanon High School, Springboro High School, Springboro Junior High School, Franklin High School and Little Miami High School and Junior High School.
Students will be able to graduate from high school on their way to a college engineering degree. Students must be successful in their classroom studies and also score in the top 4/9ths of the nation on the standardized end-of-course exam in order to earn college credit. All PLTW courses will earn 2 credit hours each at Sinclair Community College upon successful completion. Students may also qualify for the $3,000 Miami Valley Tech Prep Scholarship.
Introduction to Engineering Design w/Inventor MET1201 - Introduction to Engineering Design (2 Credit Hours)
Principles of Engineering MET1241 - Principles of Engineering (2 Credit Hours)
Digital Technology EET1198 - Digital Technology (2 Credit Hours)
Civil Engineering & Architecture CAT1161 - Introduction to Civil and Architectural Technology (2 Credit Hours)
Robotics in Computer Integrated Manufacturing EGR1128 - Robotics in CIM Systems (2 Credit Hours)
Engineering Design and Development MET1281 - Engineering Design and Development (2 Credit Hours)
Introduction to Biotechnology and Bioethics BTN1110 (3 Credit Hours)
Junior High School courses:
Design & Modeling
Students apply the design process to solve problems and understand the influence of creativity and innovation in their lives. They work in teams to design a playground and furniture, capturing research and ideas in their engineering notebooks. Using Autodesk® design software, students create a virtual image of their designs and produce a portfolio to showcase their innovative solutions.
Automation & Robotics
Students trace the history, development, and influence of automation and robotics as they learn about mechanical systems, energy transfer, machine automation, and computer control systems. Students use the VEX Robotics® platform to design, build, and program real-world objects such as traffic lights, toll booths, and robotic arms.