Auto - Drivetrain and Chassis - Associate in Science
This course of study provides significant training and applicable skills development for future employment as automotive service technicians. Topics include: brakes, transmission, drivetrain, air conditioning, suspension, steering, and body chassis electrical systems. Students will acquire and demonstrate skills using classroom, lab, and on-line vehicle diagnostic/repair simulations using specialized test equipment and service literature that is consistent with industry practices. Students will also execute safe, proper, and ethical work practices. Students must complete each major requirement course and major elective course with a grade of “C” or better.
Program Learning Outcomes
- Demonstrate a global understanding of various automotive systems and the ability to discern complaint, cause, and correction of complex and interrelated symptoms.
- Demonstrate the ability to diagnose, inspect, measure, and repair transmission, drivetrain, AC, brake and suspension systems in a competent and professional manner.
- Apply basic electrical principles to the repair of Chassis and Drivetrain systems.
- Execute safe, proper, and ethical work practices.
|AUTO 102||Automotive Systems||3.5|
|AUTO 103||Light Line Technician||2|
|AUTO 105||Suspension, Steering, and Alignment||3|
|AUTO 106||Automotive Brake Systems||2|
|AUTO 119||Introduction to Engine Performance||2.5|
|AUTO 120||Automatic Transmission Systems||2.5|
|AUTO 121||Manual Transmission and Drivetrain Systems||2|
|AUTO 135||Air Conditioning 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 174||Body & Chassis Electronics||2|
|Major Electives (any auto course not listed above)||5|
|General Education Requirements||24|