PLTW’s mission is to prepare students for the global economy, which it does by increasing the number of American students prepared to enter the science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) workforce. PLTW programs give students hands-on, project-based experiences, helping them link math, technology, and science concepts to real-world problem solving.
Dual Credit Opportunities:
Through a partnership with West Virginia University (WVU), students in PLTW have the opportunity to receive undergraduate college credit for $25 per credit hour. Students can receive credit for ENGR 100 by satisfactorily completing Introduction to Engineering Design and Principles of Engineering. Students can receive credit for ENGR 101 by satisfactorily completing all four required PLTW courses and achieving a an AP Calculus AB score of 4 or 5.
We are developing a dual credit option with Marshall University (MU). More details about the MU dual credit opportunity will be available Fall 2015.
Required PLTW Courses:
- Introduction to Engineering and Design
- Principles of Engineering and Design
- Computer Integrated Manufacturing
- Environmental Sustainability