Expanding Knowledge Through Technology
DEPCO exists to challenge the idea of a general education model that marches students through a uniform curriculum.
The Robotics Engineering Level I curriculum introduces students to the exciting field of robotics. Students learn the mechanical design and construction of robots through hands-on activities. Activities include the construction of a remote control robot and the use of SOLIDWORKS software.
In this curriculum, students are introduced to both the therapeutic and research and design aspects of pharmacology. Students explore proper drug administration, common adverse effects, and various types of drugs. Students also practice methods to reduce drug errors such as proper reading and writing of prescriptions and drug labels.
Industrial Motor Controls
Industrial Motor Controls teaches the basics of electricity and how energy is converted to perform work. Motor controls will be used to govern in predetermined manners the performance of electric motors.
“Let us never consider ourselves finished nurses. We must be learning all of ourlives.” -Florence Nightingale Samantha Sosa is a Registered Nurse (RN) working in the Mother-Baby Unit at North Kansas City Hospital. Samantha has been a nurse for five and a half years and is currently working on her Master’s of Science in Nursing…
“There are far better things ahead than any we leave behind.” –C.S. Lewis As we near the end of the year, many of us will be celebrating cherished holidays over the next few weeks. Our world is full of unique people and unique cultures. As a result there are a myriad of different holidays celebrated…
“I have always imagined that Paradise will be a kind of a library.” – Jorge Louis Borges Joseph Cowley is a librarian and branch manager at the Locke branch in Toledo, Ohio’s library system. Joseph has been working in libraries for eight and a half years, originally starting in Kansas City, Missouri and ending up…
DEPCO’s approach to educating today’s youth stands to revolutionize the education environment by offering engaging curricula that takes the intimidation and confusion out of the learning for both students and instructors.