ADVANCED MANUFACTURING PROGRAM
The Advanced Manufacturing program is intended for students who wish to explore the field of engineering through the design process. This program differs from the Traditional College Prep program in this manner. While the Traditional College Prep program focuses highly on the academic side, this program is more hands on and project based.
This program follows the courses provided by Project Lead the Way (PLTW). To read more about PLTW, click HERE. Because this program follows the courses provided by Project Lead the Way, students in this program do not have much choice when it comes to scheduling as the electives are taken up with PLTW courses.
All CAMS students must complete the following courses in addition to all Cooper Graduation requirements:
- Algebra 2 Honors
- Geometry Honors
- Advanced Pre-Calculus
- AP Calculus BC
- Capstone Mathematics Courses
o One of the capstone courses will be a dual credit class and require a tuition payment to the offering university.
- Chemistry Honors
- AP Chemistry
- AP Biology
- AP Physics C: Mechanics
- Foreign Language (2 years)
Advanced Manufacturing Required Courses
- Introduction to Engineering Design
- Principles of Engineering
- Digital Electronics
- Computer Integrated Manufacturing
Possible Schedule for Advanced Manufacturing
Due to the required courses for this program, students do not have much flexibility in their schedules. Click HERE to see the basic outline for an Advanced Manufacturing schedule. Please note that this is just the basic outline and we can try to work with you to make other options work.