STEM Manufacturing 101

  • Arcadia
  • Blair-Taylor
  • Independence
  • Whitehall
STEM Manufacturing 101
Students in this course will learn through hands on experiences how a product can be mass produced. Students will also discover the factors that go into manufacturing such as; material selection, jigs and fixtures, finishing processes, and quality control. Students will rotate through a number of jobs from engineer to operator, technician to foreman to discover how each of those roles plays an important part in the manufacturing process. Students will also learn how automation can be used to help and how roles can be added to the process.

Credit: 0.5

Length: (1) Trimester

Grade Level: 9, 10, 11, 12

Prerequisite: None

Cum Laude Points: 0

Career Cluster(s):

  • 09
  • 10
  • 11
  • 12
  • STEM