This program prepares students interested in pursuing careers in robotics or engineering by providing the pre-engineering and robotics skills necessary for entry into post-secondary education programs. Students are challenged to think critically, solve problems and apply technology-based tools effectively and safely. They also learn the skills necessary to communicate clearly, cooperate within teams, solve mathematical, scientific and logistical problems and present findings.
Robotics Engineering introduces students to embedded technology concepts through a combination of classroom lecture and project-based learning. Students learn to design, build, communicate and operate robotic automation equipment.
Certifications offered to students completing the Robotics Engineering program include:
Students earn 15 general elective units each semester toward their high school graduation.
College prep course. A-G approved. Meets area “G” approval for UC and CSU admissions.
Robotics Engineering is a dual enrollment class with the following Bakersfield College courses:
Students may simultaneously enroll with BC while taking this class at CTEC in order to earn 9 units of BC credit in addition to the above high school credit.
This is a career awareness class that instructs students on the basics necessary for entry-level employment. Successful Robotics Engineering students often pursue careers in the following: