Engineering Technology

Let your creativity flow in the only 3-year program offered at Delaware Area Career Center!

In this career pathway, you will gain hands-on knowledge of the essentials of engineering. From design, to 3-D modeling, to electronics, to manufacturing and mechanical foundations, this program will equip you for an entry into the engineering field.

Instructor:
Adam Paisie
(740) 201.3219
PaisieA@DelawareAreaCC.org
4565 Columbus Pike | Delaware, OH 43015

To ask more questions about any program or to schedule a tour of our campuses, contact Administrative Assistant to the Enrollment Coordinator, Marsha Link at (740) 201-3216 or LinkM@DelawareAreaCC.org.

Class Facts

Location: South Campus

Grade Level: Sophomore, Junior, and Senior

2016/2017 Fees: $122.00

Curriculum Highlights
  • Learn the engineering design process
  • Read and interpret technical drawings
  • Create 2-D and 3-D sketches
  • Learn Solidworks 3-D modeling software
  • Shop safety
  • Hands-on labs with 3-D Printing, CNC Milling, and other mediums for creating prototypes
  • Robotics basics with VEX Robotics
  • Advanced robotics with Fanuc and Motoman with opportunity for professional certification
  • PLCs and ladder logic
  • Hydraulic / Pneumatic systems
  • Electro-mechanical components, and maintenance of electro-mechanical systems.
  • Senior Project
  • Opportunity to earn multiple professional certifications
  • Opportunity to earn multiple college credit hours - FREE
  • DC and AC Electronics 
What This Class Covers
  • Engineering Design
  • Engineering Principles
  • DC and AC Electronics Circuits
  • Robotics
  • Computer Integrated Manufacturing
  • Manufacturing Operations
Additional Benefits

This career pathway has been designed in partnership with area businesses and local universities. Successful completion of this program will culminate with an opportunity to earn considerable amounts of college credit while still in high school, as well as a pathway into paid internships and possible employment at area businesses such as Honda, Worthington Industries, Rimrock, and Autotool.

Organization, Affiliation, or CTSO

Skills USA
VEX Robotics Competitions

College Credit Acceptance

This program offers free college credit through an articulation agreement known as a CTAG, which stands for Career-Technical Assurance Guide. A CTAG works as guaranteed transfer credit to any state public college that offers that class. Students have the opportunity to earn the following CTAGs:

Engineering Design
10th grade
CTMET005 - CAD I & II

Engineering Principles
10th grade
CAD I & II

DC & AC Electronic Circuits
11th grade

CTEEET001 - DC Circuits

Robotics
11th grade
CTEET002 - Digital Electronics

Computer Integrated Manufacturing
12th grade
CTEET003 - PLC

Manufacturing Operations
12th grade

CTMET004 - MFG Process

Technology Integration
  • Computers
  • Solidworks
  • VEX Robotics
  • 3D Printers
  • Electrical and PLC trainers
  • Various correlating lab technology
  • Fanuc and Motoman robotics