For high school students, grades 9, 10, 11, 12 Before humans travel to distant planets, we send Rovers. This course teachesÂ important robotics andÂ engineering skills--the very skills used to program rovers to explore the Moon and Mars.We make programs extremely approachable by teaching them along with hands-on lab exercises. This interdisciplinary course will teach students the programs needed to build and program their own Rovers,Â including Arduino, VEX, Robot C, designing and 3D printing robotic components, CAD software skills, and much more. This hands-on course is especially important for robotics, rocket design, and electronic systems which control motors, sensors or lighting. Students will program and connect their own micro-controllers and learn how they interact with computers and different parts.
Schedule: 1 Semester, Fall 2019 Start date: Tuesday, October 1, 2019 Tuesdays/Thursdays: 4:00pm-6:00pm Lab times: TBD Fee included with internship Accredited courses are offered in partnership with Southern California Regional Occupational Center.