Course 21007 – ENGINEERING DESIGN AND ENTERPRISE
Prerequisite: Material Processing,and Production Systems,or Graphics and Audio/Visual Technology, or Drafting Technology.
Engineering Design and Enterprise is the culmination of the Penns Valley Technology Education Program really bringing all of the skills learned together. This semester course is an application course that allows students to apply technological, engineering, and managerial principles in organizing, financing, and operating a company to produce a product, structure, or service. Students learn through this course how enterprises are developed and operated in an efficient manner. The key focus of this course is to allow students to structure and operate a real-life enterprise within the classroom environment. Students learn about the kinds of productive enterprises; principles of management; how to develop products and services; how to organize and operate an enterprise; the delivery of products or services; the marketing of products or services and the closing of an enterprise.
CREDIT TO BE AWARDED: 1.00