The Manufacturing Pathway focuses on planning, managing, and performing materials processing into intermediate or final products and related professional and technical support activities such as production planning and control, maintenance and manufacturing, and process engineering. For more details about possible industry credentials in this pathway, see page 42 of the Program of Studies.
- Introduction to Manufacturing (SHS & WHS)
- Intermediate Additive and Subtractive Manufacturing (WHS) coming to SHS 24-25
Additional Recommended Courses:
- Power and Mechanics (WHS)
Recommended Clubs & Organizations:
- Manufacturing and 3D Printing Club
(4yrs of college): Industrial Engineers, Material Scientists, Manufacturing Managers
(Short-term training, apprenticeship, on-the-job training): CNC Machine Tool Operators, Industrial Machinery Mechanics, Machinists, Maintenance and Repair Workers, Welders
Students interested in this pathway should check out our 2022 Summer Manufacturing Experience.