The Automotive Technology Program provides the fundamental knowledge, skills, and training needed for entry-level employment or career advancement. Students are trained in advanced brake, electrical and fuel systems, electronic automatic transmission drive trains and alternative fuel vehicles. The program’s emphasis in electronics and computerization prepares students for the changing demands of the automotive industry. Internships with employers are available and, upon completion of the two-year program, students earn an Associate of Applied Science Degree.
- Diagnose, service and repair automotive electrical systems.
- Diagnose, service and repair automotive performance and driveability systems.
- Diagnose, service and repair disc brakes, drum brakes and anti-lock braking systems.
- Diagnose, service and repair suspension and steering systems.
- Diagnose, service and repair heating and air conditioning systems.
- Diagnose, service and repair engines.
- Diagnose, service and repair automatic transmissions and transaxles.
- Diagnose, service and repair manual drive trains and axles.
|Orientation & Safety
|Suspension & Steering I
|Engine Performance 1
|Engine Performance Fuel Systems
|Automotive Engine Repair
|Automotive Manual Transmission
|Automotive Automatic Transmission
|Automotive Heating/Air Conditioning
|Advanced Automotive Computer Systems
|Advanced Fuel Management Systems
|Electronic Automatic Transmission
|Advanced Electronics & Networks
|Light Duty Diesel Systems
General Education Course Requirements
T▸ - Course eligible for transfer to a state university.