Engineering Pathway

Engineering Pathway Courses


AISD Courses

  • Introduction to Engineering Design
  • Principles of Engineering
  • Aerospace Engineering
  • Digital Electronics
  • Engineering Design and Development
  • STEM Internship


UT Arlington Majors within College of Engineering - Sample Dual Credit Courses


  • Introduction to Engineering (all majors)


Computer Science Major

  • Introduction to Computer Science and Engineering
  • Intermediate Programming
  • Object-Oriented Programming


Aerospace and/or Mechanical Engineering Major

  • Introduction to Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
  • Engineering Statics
  • Engineering Graphics and Industrial Practices


Electrical Engineering Major

  • Electrical Engineering Freshman Seminar
  • Electrical Engineering Freshman Practicum


Biomedical Engineering Major

  • Introduction to Biomedical Engineering
  • Cell and Molecular Biology
  • Structure and Function of Organisms


Civil Engineering Major

  • Introduction to Civil Engineering
  • Computer Tools – AutoCAD
  • Engineering Measurement and Computer Modeling


Industrial Engineering Major

  • Introduction to Industrial Engineering
  • Engineering Graphics and Industrial Practices
  • Computer Applications in Industrial Engineering


Math/Science course options at UT Arlington can be found on the Math/Science Pathway page of this website


Note:  This is a small sample of projected Dual Credit courses in the College of Engineering and is subject to change.

Engineering Your Future


The Engineering Pathway in the AISD STEM Academy utilizes the nationally recognized Project Lead the Way curriculum. "PLTW Engineering is more than just another high school engineering program. It is about applying engineering, science, math, and technology to solve complex, open-ended problems in a real-world context. Students focus on the process of defining and solving a problem, not on getting the "right" answer. They learn how to apply STEM knowledge, skills, and habits of mind to make the world a better place through innovation."


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