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    PA Department of Labor High Priority Occupation!
     
    Students in this program will learn engineering principles including exploring, creating and designing solutions to everyday problems. Engineering is required in a variety of fields, including: electronics, robotics. computers, chemicals, construction and biology. The skills of an engineer will always be in high demand, as engineering disciplines are evolving as fast as new technologies emerge. 
     
    Program Concentrations:
     
    • 3D CAD design using Siemen’s PLM software
    • 3D printing
    • Designing, building and testing
    • Engineering disciplines
    • Robot programming 
     
    Career Options: 

    You can become an electrical engineer, chemical engineer, biomedical engineer, robotics engineer, civil engineer, aerospace engineer, mechanical engineer, electronics engineer, mechatronics engineer, automation engineer, engineering technician, robotics technician, CAD designer or automation technician. 

    Male TCHS stdent works on a robotics project.

Male TCHS student smiles at camera.
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    • CareerSafe OSHA-10 -- General Industry Safety
    • Certified Electronics Technician Association (CTEa)
    • Certified KUKA Robotics Programmer from KUKA University
    • EM1 (DC Basics), EM2 (AC Basics) & EM4 (Digital Basics) Certificate
    • General Industry Safety
    • Student Electronics Technician (SET)
     
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    Open Dual Enrollment Credits
    Delaware County Community College
     
    Concurrent Dual Enrollment Credits
    Pennsylvania College of Technology
     
    SOAR Credits
    Harrisburg Area Community College
    Montgomery County Community College
     
    1:1 Articulation Credits
    St. Francis University
     
    Click here for more information on opportunities to earn college credit.
     
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    Upperclassmen may be hired at local companies, such as Sycamore International. Co-ops allow students to work during their school day, earn real-world experience and build their resumes.
     
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    The Department of Education provides a CIP Code to approved Programs of Study (POS).  Schools and postsecondary institutions use the CIP code to categorize the POS, outline the scope and sequence of educational offerings and develop a POS task list. Click here to review the task list.