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Digital Electronics™

Where Science Meets Circuitry

This fast-paced, college level course in applied logic gives students the opportunity to learn how computers/logic circuits think and control the world around us. Students will use applied math to understand the logic behind the circuits, as well as, computer simulation software to design and test digital circuitry prior to the actual construction of the circuits. Students will have the opportunity to learn everything from basic electronic circuit design, logic circuit design, all the way up to and including programming and interfacing with micro-controllers, which includes robot applications. Student can expect to use the engineering design process to think critically and independently solve open-ended problems.

MIC Accelerated Early Bachelor Degree Program

Students who take Computer Integrated Manufacturing (CIM) and Digital Electronics (DE) at Summit Technology Academy their junior year AND have a 3.0 unweighted GPA/95% attendance may also choose to participate in a university partnership program called Missouri Innovation Campus (MIC), in which students begin to earn a bachelor's degree while still in high school.   The bachelor's degree is offered through the University of Central Missouri- Lee's Summit.  This program helps to significantly reduce the overall cost of a bachelor's degree. Students will also participate in extensive paid internship opportunities with companies such as Burns & McDonnell, Black & Veatch, Grundfos, and KCPL.  Students who qualify and are interested in this program must mark their interest on their STA Online Application.



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Notes: Students need to choose 2 of the following 3 courses (Digital Electronics, Computer Integrated Manufacturing, Aerospace Engineering) to make a full-year selection.


  • Grade: 11 or 12
  • Reading/Writing at 10th grade level or higher
  • 2.5 GPA (Unweighted)
  • 90% Attendance
  • Algebra I, B- or better
  • Outside class Internet access is required.

Recommended for PLTW Member Schools:

  • Introduction to Engineering Design
  • Principles of Engineering


  • Average Math and Engineering grade: B- or higher
  • Geometry

High School Credits: 1.5 units

LSR7 Weighted Credit: .666

Weighted Credit for Non Lee's Summit Schools: Varies by school

College Dual Credit: UCM ENGT 1011, ENGT 1050 (7 hrs credit for eligible students)




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Applications for the 2024-2025 school year open Nov. 1!!

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Steve Foote


Seth Harper


Digital Electronics™

Course Syllabus