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Advanced Manufacturing - Composites

Grade Level: 11, 12

Location: Onsite 

Dates: Year long program

Credit: 4.5 per year (1.5 credits per trimester)

Prerequisites: None - STEM-Related Classes Recommended

Program Description: The Advanced Manufacturing - Composites program is designed to prepare students to fabricate, assemble, and repair composite materials. Students design, build and repair composite parts and assemblies using the same techniques as our industry partners. Student also earn a locally-developed Manufacturing Certificate. Program fees apply.

This program is designed as year one of a two year program. Second year option - Advanced Manufacturing - Machining or Advanced Manufacturing - Mechatronics/Pre-Engineering.

High School Credit Equivalency: 1.5 - 3rd Year Math, 3.0 - CTE
**Third year math equivalencies may require sending district administrator or counselor approval. Check with your school counselor for more information. For specific school district equivalencies, see the Program Credit Equivalencies document located on the home page under “Quicklinks”.

College Credits (Subject to change)
Students who successfully meet course competencies, and have earned a grade of C or better, may be eligible to receive college credit from the institution(s) listed below:

Dual Credit - TBD

Certifications: Locally-Developed Manufacturing Certificate, First Aid/CPR

Careers in this field:
Machinist - Assembler - Fabricator - Engineer - Laminator - CNC Machine Tool Programmer - Aircraft Mechanic - Aircraft Service Technician

Composites Syllabus ADA