General Electives Course for Grades 9, 10, 11, 12
Introduction to Careers in Manufacturing introduces students in grades 9-12 to the fundamental principles that guide manufacturing in the United States.
Throughout this semester-long course, students in grades 9-12 study the fundamental principles that guide manufacturing in the United States. The course starts by exploring the economic effect of manufacturing in the U.S. and abroad. It then moves on to cover topics including process improvements, safety and regulations, career options, and advanced manufacturing.
Introduction to Careers in Manufacturing teaches students employable skills that have real-world relevance. The rigorous, hands-on course content preps students for both career and college readiness.
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Overview of Concepts
- Scope and Economic Effect of Manufacturing in the USA and Beyond
- Process Improvement in Manufacturing
- Careers in Manufacturing
- Advanced Manufacturing Processes
- Safety and Regulations in Manufacturing
- Course Project, Review, and Exam