Introduction to Solid Modeling – Part 1 is a one-semester course that teaches students basic hand drawing techniques, 2D and 3D computer-aided design (CAD) and basic solid modeling.
Target Audience: 9th – 12th grades
Pre-/Co-requisites: Algebra I
Basic proficiency in SolidWorks (2D & 3D)
Engineering Computations with MATLAB – Part 1 is a one-semester course that introduces students to fundamental programming logic and concepts that are implemented in the context of engineering applications using MATLAB. MATLAB is a text-based, sequential programming environment that is quickly becoming a staple in undergraduate engineering curricula for teaching, programming and implementing computational solutions to engineering problems. Specific applications include data analysis and visualization, digital signal processing, and modeling of physical systems. The content of the course is consistent with what is taught in an introductory programming course for engineers at the undergraduate level.
Target Audience: 10th – 12th grades