FL-DOE Curriculum: Applied Engineering Technology I (8401110)
For the academic year 2021-22, Engineering I students academic focus will be on desgin, architecture and civil engineering all with a maritime theme.
FL-DOE Curriculum: Applied Engineering Technology II (8401120)
Students that have completed their first year of engineering are tasked with more advanced projects.
For the academic year 21-22 engineering II projects will be based around mechatronics. Mechatronic engineering projects unite the principles of mechanics, material science, electronics, and computing technology including artificial intelligence to perform a task. In the modern world, mechatronics is everywhere. Examples of mechatronics include robotic assembly lines, drones, automotive subsystems such as drive trains or anti-lock braking systems, and everyday equipment such as autofocus cameras, computer hard disks, appliances and vending machines.
FL-DOE Curriculum: Applied Engineering Technology III (8401130)
Engineering & Entrepreneurship is an essential human behavior that underpins societal progress. Individual day-to-day behavior and the entired industialized world is designed and builted for specific purposes. Most of the world’s population depends on our engineered world for their livelihood.
Improvements to our world require an entrepreneur mindset before they can be designed or built. These visionaries have a basic historical understanding of societal development. This course has students apply sociology, psychology, anthropology, and economics principles to solve real-world problems and create real-world products.
FL-DOE Curriculum: Advanced Technology Applications (8601900)
The purpose of this course is to serve as a capstone course to provide Engineering and Technology Education students with the opportunity, to develop a project from "vision" to "reality". Working in teams to design, engineer, manufacture, construct, test, redesign, test again, and then produce a finished "project". This would involve using ALL of the knowledge previously learned, not only in technology education, but across the curriculum.
Engineering 4 students will be asked to help improve MAST Academy by preforming small repairs or enhancements. Students are expected to work independently.
Note: There is no syllabus for this class.