Courses

Clean Energy Systems 1

Clean Energy Systems 1

Course Number: 638000CW or 638000HW: "Next Energy Engineering 1"

Honors or College Prep


Description: This course exposes students to three sources of renewable energy: wind, solar and biofuels. Working with solar, thermal, chemical and mechanical sources of clean energy teaches students how to apply physics, geography, chemistry, biology, geometry, algebra and engineering fundamentals. Students learn the most efficient and appropriate use of energy production as they explore the relevant relationships among work, power and energy. Students will engage in a wide variety of hands on projects and lab activities that both test their knowledge and illustrate the interrelationships between the various forms of clean energy. Learn More

Number of Credits: 1



Clean Energy Applications 2

Clean Energy Applications 2

Course Number: 638100CW or 638100HW: “Next Energy Engineering 2”

Honors or College Prep


Description: This course builds on the foundation of Course 1 and introduces nuclear power, bioenergy, fuel cells, geothermal power, water power, AC/DC power generation, heat transfer and the laws of thermodynamics. In addition, students now use chemical and thermal energy principles to create, store and use energy efficiently to power a variety of mechanical and electrical devices. Students will engage in a variety of hands-on design projects to demonstrate principles using advanced technology hardware and software. Learn More

Number of Credits: 1


Prerequisite: Successful completion of course 1 or permission of R2i2 instructor.


Engineering Technology Foundations: MTC: EGR 104 Dual Enrollment

Engineering Technology Foundations: MTC: EGR 104 Dual Enrollment

Course Number: 606400EW

Dual Enrollment


Description: This problem-based course introduces the student to fundamental concepts of electrical, mechanical, thermal, fluids, optical, and material systems to engineering technology. Workplace readiness skills such as laboratory safety, communications, and teamwork are integrated into the course. Learn more.

Number of Credits: 1



Mechanical Design 1: “3D Printing and 3D Design w/CATIA (V.5) I”

Mechanical Design 1: “3D Printing and 3D Design w/CATIA (V.5) I”

Course Number: 617200CW


Description: The 3D Printing and Design I course at R2i2 will educate students on the use and application of CATIA V.5: a multi-platform computer-aided design (CAD)/computer-aided manufacturing (CAM)/computer-aided engineering (CAE) software suite. Students will design parts and assemblies according to the specifications of each assignment and manufacture these parts using 3D-Printing/Additive Manufacturing. Students will prepare for professional certification in CATIA v5 in Mechanical Design 2 and receive more information on the pursuit of careers in this industry. Learn More

Number of Credits: 1



Mechanical Design 2: “3D Printing and 3D Design w/CATIA (v.5) II”

Mechanical Design 2: “3D Printing and 3D Design w/CATIA (v.5) II”

Course Number: 617300CW or 617300HW

Honors or College Prep


Description: The 3D Printing and Design II course at R2i2 will advance student competency in the use and application of CATIA: a multi-platform computer-aided design (CAD)/computer-aided manufacturing (CAM)/computer-aided engineering (CAE) software suite. Students will expand on level 1 competencies with advanced topics including Kinematics, Parametric modeling, and Additive Manufacturing Certification. Students will test for professional certification in CATIA and be introduced to the professional careers within these industries.Additional coursework will be required of honors students. Learn More

Number of Credits: 1



Print Reading and Sketching: Dual Enrollment Class with MTC: EGT 106

Print Reading and Sketching: Dual Enrollment Class with MTC: EGT 106

Course Number: 620900EW

Dual Enrollment


Description: This course covers the interpretation of basic engineering drawings and sketching techniques for making multi-view pictorial representations. This course also includes an introduction to engineering technology, and an introduction to Computer Aided Design (CAD). Learn more.

Number of Credits: 1



Intermediate CAD Applications: Dual Enrollment Class with MTC: EGT 156

Intermediate CAD Applications: Dual Enrollment Class with MTC: EGT 156

Course Number: TBA

Dual Enrollment


Description: This course builds on the fundamentals of computer-aided drafting and includes such concepts as 3D modeling and user interface customization. This course also provides the foundation for advanced computer-aided drafting concepts and applications. Learn more.

Number of Credits: 1


Prerequisite: Print Reading and Sketching Dual Credit


Computer Programming 1 “Apple Application Development”

Computer Programming 1 “Apple Application Development”

Course Number: 505000CW

Counts as Computer Graduation Requirement


Description: Students will learn the Swift programming language and the Application Programming interface (API) to write their own Applications for use on iPhone and iPad. Students will work in teams and as individuals to develop apps using Xcode. Learn More

Number of Credits: 1



Computer Programming 1: “App Development Using Python”

Computer Programming 1: “App Development Using Python”

Course Number: TBA

Satisfies Computer Science Graduation Requirement / Schedule-less


Description: Students will dive into the fundamentals of programming concepts while learning text based coding using Python. Students will apply skills such as computational problem solving, collaboration, and communication. Student projects will increase in complexity throughout the semester, culminating in creative tasks that allow them further exploration of various topics driven by their interests. Learn More

Number of Credits: 1



AP Computer Science Principles (Develop in Swift AP Computer Science Principles)

AP Computer Science Principles (Develop in Swift AP Computer Science Principles)

Course Number: 477500AW

Satisfies Computer Science Graduation Requirement. A year-long course.


Description: The Develop in Swift AP CS Principles course helps students build a foundation in programming using Swift—a powerful and intuitive open source programming language designed by Apple—while preparing them for the AP Computer Science Principles Exam. Students will get practical experience with the tools, techniques, and concepts needed to build an iOS app. They’ll learn about the impact of computing, privacy, and security on society, while exploring the technology behind their own activities through interactive stories. Learn More

Number of Credits: 1


Prerequisite: It is recommended that students in the AP Computer Science Principles course have successfully completed a first-year high school algebra course with a strong foundation of basic linear functions, composition of functions, and problem-solving strategies. Students should be able to use a Cartesian (x, y) coordinate system to represent points on a plane. It is important that students and their advisers understand that any significant computer science course builds upon a foundation of mathematical reasoning that should be acquired before attempting such a course. Prior computer science experience is not required to take this course.


Baking and Pastry

Baking and Pastry

Course Number: 572300CD

This course is offered in blocks. Blocks offer 2 credit hours.


Description: Baking and Pastry for secondary students is a course that provides students an opportunity to develop foundational skills needed for a seamless transition to a postsecondary program, workforce, or military. Students will develop advanced skills in safety and sanitation in addition to management and professionalism. Specialized content includes units on formulas and techniques, basic baking principles, specialized dietary baking, breads, desserts and pastries, and advanced techniques for specialty cakes, confections, piping, plate presentation, and flavor pairing. Concepts are aligned with competencies from the American Culinary Federation (ACF) Education foundation assessment, and ACF Retail Commercial Baking Certification. Learn More

Number of Credits: 2



Social Media & Business “Marketing and Social Media”

Social Media & Business “Marketing and Social Media”

Course Number: 503400CW


Description: This course covers an introduction to the field of marketing with a detailed study of the marketing concept and the processes of product development, pricing, promotion, and marketing distribution.

Additionally, students will participate in creation of a vast array of social media sites, resources, applications and tools, as well as evaluating the impact, effectiveness and design of various elements of advertising strategy and campaigns. Learn More

Number of Credits: 1



Marketing: Dual Enrollment Option with MTC: MKT 101

Marketing: Dual Enrollment Option with MTC: MKT 101

Course Number: 671000EW

Dual Enrollment


Description: This course covers an intro to the field of marketing with a detailed study of the marketing concept and the processes of product development, pricing, promotion, and marketing distribution. Learn More.

Number of Credits: 1



Animation and B.E.A.T.S. (Beginning Engineering of Audio Technology and Sound)

Animation and B.E.A.T.S. (Beginning Engineering of Audio Technology and Sound)

Course Number: 688700CW


Description: Animation & B.E.A.T.S (Beginning Engineering in Audio Technology & Sound) is a unique course which brings together two universally powerful tools for communication, creativity and entertainment. This hands-on and product-focused course offers students the opportunity to develop knowledge and skills in 2D animation and music production. On completion of this course students will be able to showcase their creativity, technical and practical skills, design and critical thinking skills, as well as their employability skills to pursue further training in animation and music production if they so choose, or follow careers in various exciting STEAM-based fields.Learn More

Number of Credits: 1



Industrial Technology Education 1: “The Art of Design-Architecture to Fashion”

Industrial Technology Education 1: “The Art of Design-Architecture to Fashion”

Course Number: 6040000CW

Schedule-less


Description: This survey course is an introduction to the principles of design. Students will become competent in several types of design software: Computer-Aided Design, Graphic Design, Architectural Design, & Fashion Design. During the first nine weeks, students will use tutorials and videos to create basic designs using the varied design software. This work will be schedule-less with the expectation that students will meet weekly assignment deadlines. Daily participation will be self-paced & grades based on student competency. In the second nine weeks, students will pick a “major” & continue more in-depth projects with their selected software. This work will culminate in a project presentation based on the student work for this period. Learn More.

Number of Credits: 1