Automotive Analysis & Repair

Award: DIPLOMA

Length: A full-time student may complete this

program in two years.

Purpose: The Automotive Analysis and Repair

curriculum is designed to train persons for

employment in the many occupations available in

servicing motor transportation vehicles.

Occupational Objectives: The following

occupational titles represent examples of possible

employment opportunities:

  • Automotive Technician

  • Auto Parts Counter Clerk

  • Diagnostician

  • Automotive Machinist

  • Service Manager

  • Automotive Dealer

  • Service Representative

 

Admission Requirements: Entry into this curriculum

may be attained by meeting the general admission

requirements established for the College. If you

meet the general admission requirements, a

counselor will discuss with you the strengths and

weaknesses of your academic background and

your strengths and weaknesses as revealed by

an appropriate placement test. You may correct

any deficiencies in academic preparation in the

College’s Developmental Studies program.

Program Description: The Automotive Analysis and

Repair program includes theoretical and practical

experiences in engine overhaul, engine tune up,

emission control servicing, automatic transmission

servicing, power train servicing, front-end alignment,

computerized fuel systems, electrical system

diagnosis, and maintenance. Diagnosis of problems

with the ability to correct the specific problem

located is emphasized. The program contains

general education courses to assist you in social

and business communications and to prepare you

to meet the obligations of a citizen in the American

democratic society.

Program Requirements: To receive a Diploma

in Automotive Analysis and Repair, you must

complete a minimum of 80 credits with a grade

point average of 2.00 or better. The credits are

distributed according to the following outline. This

outline represents a typical order of courses taken

by full-time day students. Part-time students may

take courses in any desired sequence, except

for hyphenated courses or others requiring

prerequisites.

 


 

      Lecture
Hours
Lab
Hours
Course
Credits
First Semester      
AUT 111   Automotive Engines 3 3 4
AUT 113   Cylinder Block Service 2 3 3
AUT 114    Cylinder Head Service 2 3 3
AUT 127   Automotive Lubrication
& Cooling Systems
2 3 3
ENG 131   Tech. Report Writing I 3 0 3
SDV 100    College Success Skills 1 0 1
WEL 120   Fund. of Welding 1 3 2
Total     14 15 19

 

    Lecture
Hours
Lab
Hours
Course
Credits
Second Semester      
AUT 121   Automotive Fuel
Systems
3 3 4
AUT 236   Auto. Climate Control 3 3 4
AUT 241 Automotive Electricity I 3 3 4
AUT 265   Auto. Braking Systems 2 3 3
PSY 126 Psychology for
Business/Industry
3 0 3
Total     14 12 18

 

    Lecture
Hours
Lab
Hours
Course
Credits
Summer Term I      
AUT 215   Emission Systems
Diagnosis & Repair
2 0 2
AUT 242   Electricity II 3 3 4
AUT 266 Auto Alignment,
Suspension & Steering
3 3 4
Total     8 6 10

 

    Lecture
Hours
Lab
Hours
Course
Credits
Third Semester      
AUT 122   Auto Fuel Systems II 3 3 4
AUT 136   Auto. Vehicle Inspection 1 2 2
AUT 211   Automotive Systems III 3 3 4
AUT 237   Auto. Accessories 3 0 3
AUT 295   Topics in Automotive
or approved sub
2 0 2
HUM 165   Controversial Issues 3 0 3
Total     15 8 18

 

    Lecture
Hours
Lab
Hours
Course
Credits
Forth Semester      
AUT 178   Auto. Final Drive &
Manual Trans. Systems
3 3 4
AUT 212 Automotive Systems IV 3 3 4
AUT 251   Automatic Trans. I 2 6 4
ECO 100 Elementary Economics
or approved sub.
3 0 3
Total     11 12 15


Total Minimum Credits for a Diploma in Automotive Analysis
and Repair......................................................................80

 

Note: SDV 100 - College Success Skills is required for graduation
and should be taken during the first semester the student is
enrolled in the curriculum.

 

 

 


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