This new high tech classroom in the SEE Science Center offers diverse technology-focused learning opportunities for middle and high school students led by engineers, professors, business owners, scientists and teachers. In the courses students gain the skills to pursue technology careers.
Spring 2015 Course registration is now open. Click on the various programs to see course offerings.
The Academy offers several different Programs of Study
Courses in this category can be for students in grades 4 to 12. These 6 week courses allow students to have hands-on opportunities to learn about technology including basic computer programming.
Software Development Fundamentals Certificate Program
Students in Jr. High School have the opportunity to earn a Dyn University Certificate by completing 3 eight week courses. This certificate prepares students to pursue a technology focused curriculum in their high school and college career.
Dr. Thomas J. Brennan Jr. Computer Science Career Exploration Program
Students earn college credits awarded by the Manchester Community College while still in high school. As part of the program, students take 4 or more college courses and participate in internships, complete projects and learn about entrepreneurialism in the computer science technology field. Students may apply as sophomores and begin the program in the fall of their junior year.
Our state and its business community hopes to encourage students to pursue education in technology fields and inspire the next generation of smart, motivated leaders that allow us to train and educate the future work-force talent.
The most effective way to reach that goal is to introduce students in exciting ways to the disciplines early on in their education careers. We provide hands-on learning opportunities for students much earlier than in high school classes and labs.
For more information, please email Dr. Ali Rafieymehr at email@example.com
Video Game Design 101
Android App Development