Engineering Tools

Career

Pathway

Gray Structure

Code Crafters

Engineering 

This course introduces foundational concepts of engineering. 

 

Students will

-apply the scientific method to engineering 

-demonstrate architectural designs

-enact physics concepts

-problem-solve

-combine creativity and scientific exploration

-confront scientific considerations encountered in the engineering fields

-test the fortitude of their created structures 

-identify scientifically defined types of force 

 Projects will include building catapults, bridges, rollercoasters, and mazes.  

Students will apply the scientific method to engineering and demonstrate basic architectural designs and physics concepts.  Each class will combine creative thinking and scientific exploration to create building projects such as catapults, bridges, mazes.  Students will test the fortitude of their structures using different scientifically defined types of energy.  As they observe and apply forces to their designs, students will become familiar with the scientific considerations faced by engineers. 

COMPUTER SCIENCE EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS: 1) consider earning a minor in math or pursuing it as a second major 2) a major in computer science can lead to being a designer, creator, and inventor of new technology.

3) Obtain vendor-specific or networking certifications to gain a competitive edge for some positions. 4) Obtain an area of specialization through a master’s degree or by doing advanced coursework.

COMPUTER SCIENCE SKILLS: 1) data analysis 2) computer and technology knowledge 3) software development 4) Mathematics 5) attention to detail 6)creativity 7) technical skills

A computer professional's work varies dramatically depending on the job. For example: Programmers write, test, debug and maintain the detailed instructions a computer must follow in order to work properly. Programmers write, test, debug and maintain the detailed instructions a computer must follow in order to work properly. Systems programmers produce software used by the computer's hardware such as disc defragmenters that reduce the amount of fragmentation in

file systems. Data-base specialists design and control the use of an organization's data resources. Telecommunications programmers and analysts develop and evaluate data communications software and hardware. Technical services managers and information systems directors supervise the technical staff responsible for operating software, telecommunications and data-base systems for a company or organization.

Jobs

  • Applications Programmer

  • Artificial Intelligence

  • CAD/CAM

  • Commercial Programmer Analyst

  • Computer Graphics Specialist

  • Computer Sales Or Marketing Person

  • Data Base Manager

  • Data Processing Consultant

  • Multi-Media Specialist

  • Equipment Analyst

  • Hardware Research And Development

  • Management Information Systems

  • Marketing Support Specialist

  • PC Support Specialist

  • Information Technology

  • Internet Consultant

  • Webmaster

  • Customer/Technical Support

  • Quality Assurance

  • Technology Analyst

  • Microprogrammer/Analyst

  • Networking

  • Operations Research Specialist

  • Professor/Lecturer/Instructor

  • Scientific Programmer

  • Software Developer $107,510 

  • Systems Analyst

  • Systems Development

  • Systems Engineer

  • Systems Manager

  • Systems Programmer

  • Technical Services

  • Telecommunications Programmer/Analyst

  • Games Developer

  • Network Administrator

  • Web Designer/Developer

  • Animation Specialist

  • Computational Linguist

  • Software Test Engineer

  • Systems Architect

Career

Pathway

Certifcates

1) computer support specialist $36-53k/ year 2) junior data analyst $45k/yr (bachelor's preffered) 3) help desk analyst $46k (associates or bachelors preferred)

Google IT Support Professional Certificate (beginner)

Google IT Automation with Python Professional Certificate (some prerequisites)

CERTIFICATIONS IN COMP SCI (W/ REQUIREMENTS): 1) professional software developer certification (offered by the IEEE Computer Society) : no prereqs but requires twp uears of college -> this certification validates skills for software developers w/ at least two years experience 2) COMPTIA A+ (offered by CompTIA) : no prereqs, recommends 9-12 months hands-on experience -> A+ prepares candidates to work as support specialists, field technicians, or desktop support analysts

Bachelor Degrees

BA or BS in Chemistry

  1.  data scientist

  2.  software tester

  3.  web developer)

  4. systems analyst

  5.  business analyst

Masters Degrees

  1. computer and information systems managers $146k

  2. computer and information research scientists $122k

  3. computer network architects $112k 4) software development engineer $109k

PhD

Research

  1. computer scientist $113

  2. computer and information research scientist $118k 

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