• CIM

  • Class Description

    How are things made? What processes go into creating products? Is the process for making a water bottle the same as it is for a musical instrument? How do assembly lines work? How has automation changed the face of manufacturing? While students discover the answers to these questions, they're learning about the history of manufacturing, robotics and automation, manufacturing processes, computer modeling, manufacturing equipment, and flexible manufacturing systems. This course is a specialized-level course designed to follow the Project Lead the Way Engineering foundation courses.

  • Class Logistics

    Campus: Dublin High

    Course Length: 1 Year / 1 Period

    High School Credits: 10

    Potential College Credits: No

    Fulfills a-g: "d"

    Certificate Earned: No

  • For Students Interested In

    ... learning about manufacturing and automation, and careers in the industry.

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