The Automotive Technology program is an instructional program that prepares individuals to engage in the servicing and maintenance of all types of automobiles. Instruction includes the diagnosis of malfunctions of all eight areas of ASE/NATEF certification (Engine Repair, Electrical & Electronic Systems, Engine Performance, Brakes, Steering & Suspension Systems, Manual Drive Trains & Axles, Automatic Transmissions & Transaxles, Heating & Air Conditioning).
ASSOCIATE OF APPLIED SCIENCE
- Basic Electrical/Electronic Systems ATT 1124
- Introduction, Safety, and Employability Skills ATT 1811
- Brakes ATT 1214
- Engine Performance I ATT 1424
- Work-Based Learning I WBL 1913
Total 16 Hours
- Advanced Electrical/Electronic Systems ATT 1134
- Engine Repair ATT 1715
- Engine Performance II ATT 2434
- Special Problem I in Automotive Technology ATT 2914
Total 17 Hours
- Steering & Suspension Systems ATT 2334
- Manual Drive Transmissions/Transaxles ATT 1313
- **College Algebra MAT 1313
- Humanities/Fine Arts Elective (3)
Total 13 Hours
- Engine Performance III ATT 2444
- Automatic Transmissions/Transaxles ATT 2324
- English Composition I ENG 1113
- Public Speaking I SPT/COM 1113
- Social/Behavioral Science Elective (3)
Total 17 Hours
(Option One) A Technical Certificate may be earned after successfully completing the first 33 hours of career technical coursework.
(Option Two) An Advanced Technical Certificate may be earned after successfully completing the first 47 hours of career technical coursework.
(Option Three) An AAS Degree may be earned after successfully completing required career technical and academic coursework.
**MAT 1233 & a natural science with lab (7 hrs. total) OR BOT 1313 & a natural science with lab (7 hrs. total) may be substituted for College Algebra.
Enrollment in a minimum of 15 hours each semester is recommended for eligibility for state aid, institutional scholarships, and the tuition break.