Hutchinson Central Technical High School, Buffalo, NY
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Dr. Gabrielle Morquecho

Principal

 

 

 


Saturday, December 15, 2018


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COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY/VOC-TECH DEPARTMENTS

Staff:

Roger Aumick Lisa Carrero Joseph Degweck Norm Duttweiler
Thomas Gatte Craig Heftka Dennis Hyla Bob Jesionowski
Paul Liszka Daniel Mink Craig Mirand David Nieves
Mike Sedita Daniel Stumpf Craig Westfall Eric Youngman
Mary Ziewers

 

Courses:

CAREER & FINANCIAL MGMT-PT A

(CF01G)

All high school Career & Technical Education sequences must include one unit of study in Career and Financial Management, which includes two + units or sections (Part A and Part B). Part A of the Career and Financial Management requirement has been devel  

CAREER & FINANCIAL MGMT-PT B

(CF02G)

All high school Career & Technical Education sequences must include one unit of study in Career and Financial Management, which includes two + units or sections (Part A and Part B). Part A of the Career and Financial Management requirement has been devel  

DESIGN/DRAW FOR PRODUCTION

(DD01G)

Students in this course will be encouraged to use visual problem-solving skills using a common graphic language to describe forms in the human-made environment. Students will develop skills that will help them analyze, creatively design, and critically evaluate various drafting problems.  

ENGINR TECH 11 ARCH DESIGN/CAD

(EG03M)

This program provides the prospective engineer and technician with an understanding and application of the principles of building and mechanical technology. It emphasizes the theory and practical application of structural and design principles. The studen  

COMP TECH 10 ELECTRONICS LAB

(CT02G)

This program is designed for students who expect to pursue careers in a computer related area. Such areas include Computer Science, Computer Electronics, engineering in general and any scientific engineering that relies upon computer experience. Program  

COMP TECH 10 ELECTRICITY LAB

(CT02M)

This program is designed for students who expect to pursue careers in a computer related area. Such areas include Computer Science, Computer Electronics, engineering in general and any scientific engineering that relies upon computer experience. Program  

ENGINR TECH 10 ARCH MODELING

(EG02M)

This program provides the prospective engineer and technician with an understanding and application of the principles of building and mechanical technology. It emphasizes the theory and practical application of structural and design principles. The studen  

ENGINR TECH 10 ENGINR LAB

(EGL2M)

This program provides the prospective engineer and technician with an understanding and application of the principles of building and mechanical technology. It emphasizes the theory and practical application of structural and design principles. The studen  

COMP TECH 11 COMPUTER SCIENCE

(CT03M)

This program is designed for students who expect to pursue careers in a computer related area. Such areas include Computer Science, Computer Electronics, engineering in general and any scientific engineering that relies upon computer experience. Program  

ELEC TECH 11 ELECTRICITY 1

(ET03G)

This program is designed to prepare students for careers in electrical, electronic and related fields. Such areas include Industrial Electricity/Electronics, Electronic Repair, engineering in general and any scientific engineering that relies upon electr  

COMP TECH 12 ELECTRONICS 1

(CT04G)

This program is designed for students who expect to pursue careers in a computer related area. Such areas include Computer Science, Computer Electronics, engineering in general and any scientific engineering that relies upon computer experience. Program  

COMP TECH 12 COMPUTR SCI 2

(CT04M)

This program is designed for students who expect to pursue careers in a computer related area. Such areas include Computer Science, Computer Electronics, engineering in general and any scientific engineering that relies upon computer experience. Program  

ENGINR TECH 12 ENGINR DESIGN/C

(EG04M)

The Engineering CAD 12 course focus is on application of the engineering design process using 3D parametric modeling designs. Advanced sketching, form, fasteners, gears, cams, reverse engineering, complex multi-part assemblies, assembly motion mechanics, BOM parts lists, forces, stress analysis, GD&T applications, technical writing, reflection and presentation skills. Introduction to parametric design. Top down assemblies. Intermediate technical sketching techniques, auxiliary views, section views, pictorial views, intermediate patterning techniques and basic assemblies. Basic Rendering. Conventional GD&T fit and tolerance application. Preparation for National assessment. Final project is a uniquely engineered product design with 3D model, assembly, stress analysis, written technical research based report, and presentation with prototype. Advanced 3D printing and rapid prototyping.  

ENGINR TECH 12 MATERIAL TESTIN

(EG05M)

This program provides the prospective engineer and technician with an understanding and application of the principles of building and mechanical technology. It emphasizes the theory and practical application of structural and design principles. The studen  

ELEC TECH 12 ELECTRONICS 2

(ET04G)

This program is designed to prepare students for careers in electrical, electronic and related fields. Such areas include Industrial Electricity/Electronics, Electronic Repair, engineering in general and any scientific engineering that relies upon electr  

 

 

 


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