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Engineering and Fabrication 2

This Engineering and Fabrication 2 course continues the development of skills learned in Engineering and Fabrication 1. This course is an introduction to industrial drafting, design, and the application of CAD and CAM knowledge acquired from Engineering and Fabrication 1. Students will develop their skills and understanding in problem-finding and problem-solving along with the development of fabricating a workable design to answer the challenge posed. Emphasis will also be placed on developing the student’s ability to design, utilizing tools, appropriate technology, symbols, and language. There is a construction component to this course involving the student’s completed designs and the creation of working prototypes that can be tested and evaluated to see if they answer the design brief set at the outset of the project.

Department:

  • Visual & Performing Arts and Computer Science

Status:

UC & CSU Approved

Credits:

5

Campus:

De La Salle

Level:

11th & 12th grades

Prerequisites:

Engineering and Fabrication 1

More Than High School.

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