Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics


Overview

This Career Cluster® is 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.

    The Employability Skills for Career Readiness Standards must be an integrated component of all CTE course sequences.

    Aerospace Engineering

    The Aerospace Engineering program provides students the opportunity to learn various aspects of aerospace engineering. Areas of study include safety, construction documentation, the engineering design process, impacts of engineering on society, material properties, energy principles, physics of flight, propulsion systems, orbital mechanics, and remote systems.

    Architectural and Civil Engineering

    The Architectural and Civil Engineering program provides students the opportunity to learn various aspects of architecture and civil engineering. Areas of study include safety, construction documentation, the engineering design process, impacts of engineering on society, material properties, energy principles,

    Electrical Engineering

    The Electrical Engineering program provides students the opportunity to learn various aspects of electronic engineering. Areas of study include safety, construction documentation, the engineering design process, impacts of engineering on society, material properties, energy principles, fundamental electronic principles, analog and digital principles, logic circuits, and microcontrollers.

    Energy Technologies

    The Energy Technologies program introduces students to the power industry. Students will gain an understanding of the various energy sources, energy forms, energy principles, efficiency concepts, electricity, and electrical codes and policies.

    Environmental Engineering

    The Environmental Engineering program explores the diverse fields of environmental engineering systems. Hands-on projects engage students in design solutions in response to real-world challenges related to clean and abundant drinking water, food supply issues, and renewable energy.

    Mechanical Engineering

    The Mechanical Engineering program provides students the opportunity to learn various aspects of mechanical engineering. Areas of study include safety, construction documentation, the engineering design process, impacts of engineering on society, material properties, energy principles, manufacturing systems and processes, and automation.

    Contact

    Denise A. Burton
    Education Program Professional
    702.486.5726

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