Industrial Technology

Department Mission Statement

The mission of the Milpitas High School Engineering and Technology department is to provide high-quality learning experiences for students, by promoting lifelong educational practices that will enable them to develop knowledge and skills for the modern techinical world.

Grading Scale

Grading Scale

100-90=A

  89-80=B

  79-70=C

  69-60=D

  59 -0 =F

Courses

Industrial Technology

The Industrial Technology Program is a comprehensive action-based education for students. The Industrial Technology curriculum framework incorporates traditional, general, and industrial education, technical education, and industrial arts education. At the secondary level, courses have been developed into areas of specialization, which incorporate the common education core. The specific clusters include Construction, Technology, Manufacturing Technology, Visual Communications Technology, Drafting, and Manufacturing Technology. These areas of specialization move students through a path that relates directly to their career, personal and social goals. The Industrial Technology Program is ideal for students whose career goals include employment immediately after leaving high school and who want to learn the skills and concepts required for an occupation or higher learning.

 

Industrial Technology Program Model

 

Visual Communication Technology

Computer Aided Design 1

 Computer Aided Design 2 Architectural Design

Special Topics

 

OR

Academy of Engineering Technology

Intro Engineering & Technology Exploring Engineering & Technology Engineering & Technology Focus

 

 

Computer Aided Design (CAD) 1

#701325            

Grade level: 9-12

Length: 1 semester Prerequisite: None

Description: A fun introductory course, Computer Aided Design (CAD) is the use of computer systems to assist in the creation, modification, analysis, and optimization of a design. Computer Aided Design software is used to increase the productivity of the designer and engineer, improve the quality of design, improve communications through documentation, and to create a database for manufacturing.  CAD output is often in the form of electronic files used for printing, machining, or other manufacturing operations.  Designs will be prototyped/fabricated using our 3D printer.

 

 

Computer Aided Design (CAD) 2

#701335            

Grade level: 9-12

Length: 1 semester

Prerequisite: Computer Aided Design 1 with a "B" grade or better

Description: An exciting class building upon the design skills acquired in CAD 1.  Intermediate to advanced design skills will be used to design, create, modify and build industry standard prototypes. Designs will be prototyped/fabricated using our 3D printer.

 

Computer Aided Design (CAD) 3

#701345

Grade level: 10-12

Length: 1 year

Prerequisite: Computer Aided Design 2

Description: This is the class for designers and engineers interested in further developing their skills acquired in CAD 2.  Creation and design of student generated, independent, advanced projects will be encouraged.  Designs will be prototyped/fabricated using our 3D printer.

 

 

Special Topics in Drafting

#701375

Grade level: 11-12 Length: semester/year

Prerequisites: Computer Aided Design/Drafting 1 and/or teacher approval.

Description: This course allows the student to work on individual projects, explore specific college or career opportunities, and to participate in a special internship projects when available.

 

 

Teachers

Bob Smith J06 4055
Jennifer Lowe H07 4032
   

 

Mr. Smith

Ms. Lowe

Ms. Lowe