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Pre-Requisite:  ITE375&ITE376--INTRO TO ROBOTICS

Course Description:  This is a project-based course that builds upon Robotics concepts. Throughout the year, students will work on self-designed robotics projects individually or as a team. Through the projects, students can focus on skills specific to one area applicable to robotics: Electrical, mechanical drive, mechanical manipulator, or programming. A mentoring role will also be required of the advanced students in the introductory course. A FIRST Robotics competition will be offered to students. The Robotics Club is highly recommended for additional education.

Work Load:  Individual and group development. Engineering Notebook. Each semester of the course culminates in an event where students present what they've learned and use their robot to compete in a class mini-game.

Why would you be interested in the Class:  The educational value that this course brings to students, such as hands-on learning experiences, critical thinking skills development, and fostering collaboration among students and team members is unmatched. This course can enhance college admissions prospects and potentially lead to future career opportunities in STEM fields.

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