Prepare for a career in the diverse field of engineering. Engineers specialize in a variety of applications- environmental, civil, industrial, electrical, mechanical, chemical, computer hardware, health and safety, electronics, nuclear, marine, and more! At their core they apply scientific and engineering knowledge to solve problems. Real-world projects and activities will set the stage for your future career in engineering!

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Technology, Engineering, and Design

Through group and individual activities you will create ideas, develop innovations, and engineer practical solutions. Develop technological literacy while deepening your understanding of “big ideas” around technology. 

Technological Design

Apply the skills, concepts, and principles of design to projects in graphics, industrial design, and architecture. Through hands-on projects you will develop engineering knowledge and procedures; apply technology, science, and mathematics; and work in design teams to solve engineering problems. Research, develop, test, and analyze engineering designs using criteria of effectiveness, public safety, human factors, and ethics.

Engineering Design

Experience the world of engineering by using a sophisticated, sequential, and iterative design and development process to solve real-world engineering problems. Business simulations place students in engineering teams and evaluate them using industry-standards.

Expand Your Journey

Found your passion? These courses relate to this career pathway and may align to your career and college goals. Find out which of these may be available at your school and consider adding them to your Course Plan in Xello.

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Browse enhancement courses:

  • CompTIA IT Fundamentals
  • Drafting I
  • Marketing
  • Project Management I

Earn College Credit

Get a head start on your college education by taking advantage of dual credit opportunities. There are CTE courses that can articulate to the community college, meaning they will award college credit. Also, the Career & College Promise (CCP) program allows eligible high school students to enroll in community college classes.

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Careers focused on planning, managing and providing scientific research and professional and technical services (e.g., physical science, social science, engineering) including laboratory and testing services, and research and development services.