Pre-Engineering Classes offered at Boise High School
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Pre-Engineering: Principles of Engineering 1631 (POE)
Open to: 10, 11 One Year Course
Prerequisite: Introduction to Engineering Design; must be concurrently enrolled in a math class
Content: This course provides an overview of engineering and engineering technology. Students develop problem-solving skills by tackling real-world engineering problems. Through theory and practical hands-on experiences, students address the emerging social and political consequences of technological change. Course of study includes: Design Process, Communication and Documentation, Engineering Systems, Materials and Materials Testing, Thermodynamics, Engineering for Quality an Reliability, and Dynamics. There is a $20 materials fee.
Pre-Engineering: Introduction to Engineering Design 1630
Open to: 9, 10 One Year Course
Prerequisite: Must be concurrently enrolled in a math class
Content: This course emphasizes the development of a design. Students use computer software to produce, analyze and evaluate models of projects solutions. Students study design concepts of form and function and use state-of-the-art technology to translate conceptual design into reproducible products. Students sketch within computer software to design models, apply the design process to solve problems, utilize mathematics (density, surface area, inertia, gyration radii and more) to evaluate parametric models; and explore quality control, marketing, and related career opportunities. Display portfolios are also developed. There is a $20 materials fee.
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