Introduction to Engineering and Robotics

Description

Introduction to Engineering introduces engineering technology and provides historical background. Topics such as professional ethics, problem solving techniques involving forces, structures, material, fluids, energy, and electricity and U.S. Customary and S.I. units, and units conversions are covered. Introduction to Robotics studies the evolution of robotics with emphasis on automated and flexible manufacturing. Presents advantages and limitations of present robot systems.

Prerequisites

Physics, Algebra II

Additional requirement for dual enrollment option:
Students may be required to have a passing score on a portion of the Virginia Placement Test (VPT), OR one SAT score of 500 or greater OR one ACT score of 21 or greater.


Semesters Offered & Schedule Format

Fall Semester
Academic Year Schedule: Introduction to Engineering
Spring Semester
Academic Year Schedule: Introduction to Robotics (continuation of fall semester)

VCCS Designation and College Credit

Course Codes

Instructor

Dr. Steve Rapp
e-mail: srapp@hgs.k12.va.us

Course Web Sites

Engineering & Robotics Home Page
Engineering & Robotics Coursesites Web Site

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