Advanced Manufacturing and Design I, II, III

Advanced Manufacturing and Design I, II, III

Advanced Manufacturing and Design I, II, III

Grade Levels: 9, 10, 11, 12
Prerequisite: Intro to Engineering or similar course and concurrent with Geometry
First Semester (S1); Second Semester (S2)
Course Fee: $75/semester
Dual Credit: NNU ENGR 1050*

The course is intended as an introductory course for people who might be interested either in engineering or in machining. Machining refers to the process of taking a piece of metal and cutting or shaping it into a working device. This project-based class will teach students about basic machining operations, measurements, and calculations. Students will learn about different machines and tooling. They will be able to use blueprints to make devices that meet specifications. Students will also learn how to operate computer numerical control (CNC) equipment. Concurrent enrollment available through NNU. Students MUST take Intro to Engineering and Advanced Manufacturing Design I to apply for concurrent credit. Courses may be taken in different semesters. AMD II and III are for students who have completed AMD I.