Take a look around you. Virtually everything within arms reach - your portable disc player, the television, your automobile and computer, the building you're in, the movie you're watching - was designed, developed or created using engineering. It's everywhere.
Engineers from a variety of disciplines - electrical, civil, industrial, chemical, manufacturing, computer and more - are responsible for conceiving and producing just about every product imaginable.
Sounds like fun, doesn't it?
Engineering takes all the math and science you've ever learned, and teaches you how to apply that knowledge to create real-world products, processes, systems and things. From bridges and buildings to cell phones and video games.
You can play your part. The Infinity Program is designed to show you - or let you learn for yourself, rather - that engineering is fun, exciting and challenging. It's a great way for you to build a career for yourself while you help to build the world around us.
Do you need to be super smart to be an engineer? Not really. You just need to be proficient at basic math and eager to learn. You'll need Algebra II and at least one lab science course. We'll provide the rest.
With Infinity, you'll use state-of-the-art technology tools to learn how engineers turn ideas into reality. Using special software and peripherals attached to your regular school lab computer, you'll learn how to process digital signals to create your own unique audio, video and graphics programs.
Along the way, you'll be challenged to ask lots of questions. And you'll uncover plenty of answers, too.
Reach for Infinity. It's a fun and easy way to bring math and science to life through engineering.