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C531
Auto Service Technology I (AUM)
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The intent of this certificate program is to provide students with specialized automotive certificates that are either stand-alone programs or serve as ladders to the degree program. The degree and the certificates meet NATEF Standards for ASE Certification. The automotive industry is one of the largest industries in the United States. It creates 6.6 million direct and spin-off jobs. Job titles include: ASE Master Mechanic; auto mechanic, automotive Service Technician, Automotive Technician, Certified ASE Master Automotive technician; Master Auto Technician; shop foreman; auto repair and maintenance shops; automobile dealers; retailers and wholesalers of automotive parts, accessories, and supplies; home and auto supply stores; automotive equipment rental and leasing companies; federal, state, and local government; and automotive small business owners.

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Semester 1
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AUM 1250
Auto Tech Orientation
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An introduction to the Automotive Service Technology program which includes program requirements, laboratory management, proper use of hand tools and equipment, and shop safety.

AUM 1255
Auto Electrical I
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An introduction to the cranking, charging, ignition, and electrical accessory systems of the automobile. Laboratory experience in testing and servicing automotive electrical systems.

AUM 1265
Automotive Engines
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Comprehensive study of design, theoretics of operations and service and rebuilding procedures of automotive engines.

AUM 2224
Power Accessories
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An introduction to the electrical accessory systems of the automobile. Laboratory experience in testing and servicing automotive electrical systems.

AUM 2275
Auto Electrical II
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Theory of operation and troubleshooting automotive systems utilizing current diagnostic equipment and techniques.

Term Total
18
Semester 2
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AUM 1201
Engine Performance I
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A study of the gasoline engine combustion process, the function and service procedures of the fuel emission systems of the reciprocating piston engine. Standard carburetion, feedback carburetion and electronic fuel injection are included in this study.

AUM 1260
Engine Performance II
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In combination of the study of the internal combustion engine along with the study of emission control computer engine control inputs and fuel delivery systems, students will begin their study of more complex vehicle troubleshooting.

AUM 2222
Engine Performance Diagnosis
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A study in performance diagnostic procedures including ignition systems, fuel systems, and engine mechanical diagnosis. This course is a continuation of the material learned by the student in the Fuel Systems, Ignition & Computer Systems and Engine Service classes.

AUM 2250
Shop Organization & Management
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Basic principles of automotive dealership, operation, organization, and management. Emphasis on leadership,responsibility, cooperation, and the necessity of good working human relationships with employers, employees and customers.

Term Total
12
Program Total
30


We recommend that you contact an advisor before enrolling in any degree, certificate, or transfer program to ensure all requirements are met including total hours associated with transfer courses.

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