The Manufacturing Engineering program is committed to using the motivational hands-on instruction, projects, and the effects of robotics to excite students about science and technology. This pathway provides students with an introduction to manufacturing technology and its relationship with society, individuals, and the environment. This pathway also includes a study of robotics. Upon completing this pathway, students will be able to apply their knowledge of computer aided design (CAD), computer numerical control (CNC), robotics, computer assisted manufacturing (CAM), programmable logic controllers, automated guided vehicles (AGV), and computer integrated manufacturing (CIM).
Level 1 - Foundations of Manufacturing and Material Science
Level 2 - Robotics and Automated Systems
Level 3 - Production Enterprise
Level 4 - Manufacturing Internship
A Georgia Department of Education
Industry Certified Program
Spring 2022 - Spring 2027
|Georgia Department of Education|International Technology and
Engineering Education Association
All enrolled students are expected to become active members of the co-curricular student organization, Technology Student Association (TSA).
Please see VERGE for further program and course information.