EDAM students working in Lab at CCM
  • LOCATED AT COUNTY COLLEGE OF MORRIS: 

    Engineering Design and Advanced Manufacturing (EDAM) is a Share Time program offered by  Morris County Vocational School District and County College of Morris (CCM). Located on the campus of CCM in Randolph, this program offers students classes in engineering, computer science, electronics, and other technology applications to earn college credits before high school graduation. Students enrolled in EDAM will also earn CCM   certificates of Achievement in Mechanical  Computer Aided Drafting and Engineering  Technology. Every year, additional CCM courses will be offered to EDAM students through the Winterim and Early Summer I sessions. The courses will either be designed to have students meet math requirements for the program or meet degree requirements for the Mechanical Engineering Technology program at CCM.EDAM program partners include Manufacture NJ Talent Network, New Jersey Business and Industry Association, National Manufacturing Company, Siemens HealthCare and New Jersey Manufacturing Extension Program. These partnerships provide   students with work-based learning experiences to gain hands-on training in workplace practices and an inside track to employment opportunities upon  program completion.EDAM is part of the NASA HUNCH Build to Print Program in which students fabricate parts for the International Space Station. Students in Year 1 will build parts for the International Space Station and Year 2 students compete in the NASA HUNCH  Design Challenge.

     

    Morris County high school students in 10th grade may apply for their 11th and 12th grade year. 

     

Teacher

 Prof. Tom Roskop

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Degrees and Certifications:

Prof. Tom Roskop

Overview of Program


  • Students attend the following session for Share Time programs.


    Afternoon Session 12:10-2:50pm


    Students earn:

    • 20 Career and Technical Education credits per school year
    • Up to 32 college credits
    • Certificates of Achievement in Mechanical  Computer Aided Drafting and Engineering  Technology

    Junior Year:

    FALL

    Credits

    Basic Engineering Graphics

    1

    Computer-Aided Drafting 1

    2

    Materials for Engineering Technology

    4

    SPRING

    Credits

    Technical Computer Applications

    1

    Instrumentation and Measurements

    2

    Manufacturing Processes for Engineering Technology

    4

    Total Credits Year 1

    13

     

    Senior Year: 

     

    FALL

    Credits

    Electronic Fabrication

    1

    Computer Aided Drafting II

    2

    Technical Computer Programming

    2

    Statics

    3

    SPRING

    Credits

    Electricity and Electronics

    4

    Strength of Materials for Engineering Technology

    3

    Advanced Manufacturing

    3

    Total Credits Year 2

    18