Provides significant state of the art training and applicable employment skills in the following ASE certification topics: Electrical, Engine Performance, Advanced Engine Performance. Students must complete each major requirement course with a grade of “C” or better to be awarded the degree in Automotive Technology.
Program Learning Outcomes
- Recognize, diagnose, and repair faults in the following systems: Starting, charging, lighting, instrumentation, climate control, safety, navigation, communication, fuel, ignition, valvetrain, throttle, emissions, powertrain, and stability.
- Demonstrate skills using online vehicle diagnostic/repair information and specialized test equipment that is consistent with industry standards.
- Execute safe, proper, and ethical work practices.
|AUTO 102||Automotive Systems||3.5|
|AUTO 103||Light Line Technician||2|
|AUTO 118||Fuel Systems/Emission Controls||2.5|
|AUTO 119||Introduction to Engine Performance||2.5|
|AUTO 122||Advanced Electrical Systems||3|
|AUTO 125||Automotive Electronics||2|
|AUTO 127||Ignition Systems||2|
|AUTO 170||Electrical Systems||3|
|AUTO 171||Engine Systems||2.5|
|AUTO 172||Chassis and Drivetrain Systems||2.5|
|AUTO 173||Automotive Service Operations||2|
|AUTO 181A||Introduction to Alternative Fuel and Hybrid/Electric Vehicles||2|
|AUTO 181B||Hybrid Electric Vehicle Maintenance and Repair||3|
|AUTO 204||Driver Assist Technology||1.5|
|Electives - A.S. Applicable Automotive Courses||2|
|General Education Requirements||24|