North Penn Technology Education Course Descriptions

The Technology Education curriculum presents courses in Communications, Power/Transportation, and Manufacturing and Construction Technologies. Specific course offerings include Mechanical Drawing, Graphic Communications (Printing), Manufacturing and Construction, Electricity/Electronics, and Principles of Technology. Courses are designed to assist students to understand industry and technology and to make informed and meaningful educational and career choices.

Below are the courses offered within the technology Education Department.  The courses are split into three major categories: (1) Middle School Courses, (2) High School Courses, and (3) Engineering Academy Courses.

For more information about the North Penn High School Engineering Academy, please visit our website at: http://engineering.npteched.org!

MINOR

4.0

8872

Grade 7 - Introduction to Technology

MAJOR

4.0

5434

Electricity / Electronics

  MAJOR

5.0

5445

Advanced Electronics
       

MINOR

4.0

8862

Grade 8 - Exploring Tech

MAJOR

4.0

5034

Graphic Communication Systems

 

MAJOR

4.0

5044

Advanced Graphic Communication Systems

 

MINOR

4.0

8500

Communication Systems
 

 

MAJOR

4.0

5094

Applying Technology

MAJOR

4.0

5134

Manufacturing & Construction

MINOR

4.0

8509

Applying Technology

MAJOR

4.0

5144

Advanced Manufacturing & Construction
MINOR

4.0

8539

Technical Drawing & Design

MINOR

4.0

8510

Manufacturing & Construction Minor
       
 
MAJOR

4.0

5334

Mechanical Drawing

MAJOR

4.0

5444

Advanced Mechanical Drawing
  MINOR

4.0

8530

Mechanical Drawing Minor

     
MAJOR

5.0

5455

Introduction to Engineering

MAJOR

5.0

5465

Principles of Engineering

MAJOR

4.0

5234

Principles of Technology
  MAJOR

5.0

5435

Principles of Technology

     
MAJOR

5.0

5475

Digital Electronics

MAJOR

5.0

5485

Computer Integrated Manufacturing MINOR

4.0

8520

Power Technology

       

With an approval from the instructor, students may elect a third year independent study for each major.

With an approval from the instructor, students may elect a second or third year independent study for each minor.

MAJOR

5.0

5495

Engineering Design and Development