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Programs of Study

Automotive Technology

Major Courses (41 Credits)

VMR 151

Introduction to Vehicle Maintenance & Repair Technology

1

VMR 153

Brake Systems

2

VMR 154

Brake Systems Lab

1

VMR 155

Steering and Suspension Systems

2

VMR 156

Steering and Suspension Systems Lab

1

VMR 157

Introduction to Welding for Auto and Diesel

2

VMR 159

Electrical & Electronic Systems

2

VMR 160

Electrical & Electronic Systems Lab

1

VMR 251

HVAC Vehicle Systems

2

VMR 252

HVAC Vehicle Systems Lab

1

VMR 253

Certifications for Automotive and Diesel Technicians

1

AUT 161

Engine Performance & Emissions

2

AUT 162

Engine Performance & Emissions Lab

1

AUT 163

Internal Combustion Engine Fundamentals

2

AUT 164

Internal Combustion Engine Fundamentals Lab

1

AUT 261

Gasoline Engine Overhaul Procedures

2

AUT 262

Gasoline Engine Overhaul Procedures Lab

2

AUT 263

Advanced Automotive Electrical Technology

2

AUT 264

Advanced Automotive Electrical Technology Lab

1

AUT 265

Automatic Transmissions & Transaxles

2

AUT 266

Automatic Transmissions & Transaxles Lab

1

AUT 267

Manual Transmissions & Differentials

2

AUT 268

Manual Transmissions & Differentials Lab

1

INT 299

Internship

4

IET 101

Introduction to Automotive and Diesel Electronics

2

General Education (22 Credits)

BUS 101

Introduction to Business

3

COM 212

Public Speaking

3

CPT 101

Microcomputer I

3

ENG 101

English Composition I

3

MAT 101

College Algebra I and Trigonometry

3

ART ###

Art Elective

3

SCI ###

Science Elective

3

SSS 101

Student Success Seminar

1

Minimum Credits to Graduate

63

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