About the Applied Engineering Technology Program
The Applied Engineering Technology (AET) program at BCTHS is a rigorous field of study
designed to lead students to a technical career, or to enter a college engineering program.
We provide an interdisciplinary approach that integrates electronic, mechanical, and computer engineering.
Students receive training in electricity and electronics, computers, networking, cyber security,
alternative energy, robotics, industrial controls, automation, and fabrication.
We strongly believe in producing well-rounded engineers and technicians that understand the
high tech electronic, mechanical, and computer systems found in business and industry.
We challenge our students’ critical thinking and problem-solving skills,
pushing them to become the innovators of the future.
Upon graduation, many of our students earn the CompTIA, SEI, OSHA,
and Certified Electronic Technician credentials, as well as college credits.
Electronics Technology and Green Energy
Atomic theory, AC/DC circuits, semiconductors, analog/digital circuits, solar, wind, and alternative energy.
Electricity and electronics, communications, mechanical systems, PLC's, and robotics.
Computer Technology and Cyber Security
Computer hardware, software, operating systems, networking, and cyber security.
Sustainable Energy Learning Center
Our outdoor classroom is fully equipped with solar and wind power equipment.