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Automotive Drivability Systems AAS

Automotive Drivability Systems

Associate of Applied Science

The National Automotive Technology Education Foundation (NATEF) certified Automotive Technology programs prepare students for a range of employment opportunities. Courses prepare students to test for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) certification and ASE master certification, entry-level and advanced-level employment, job enhancement for current positions, wage increase if already employed, and the possibility of supervisory/management positions. Some of the automotive technology programs transfer to four-year colleges and universities. To explore transfer opportunities, see a counselor.

Student
Required Classes*
CourseClassCredits
AUTO 112Shop Fundamentals2
AUTO 113Ethics & Employability Skills2
AUTO 120Introduction to Automotive Electrical4
AUTO 121Automotive Electrical/Electronic Systems4
AUTO 122Auto Chassis Electronic Systems2
AUTO 142Automatic Transmission/Transaxle Repair4
AUTO 143Automatic Transmission/Transaxle4
AUTO 151Fuel and Emissions Systems4
AUTO 153Advanced Fuel and Emissions Systems4
AUTO 162Engine Overhaul4
AUTO 163Engine Mechanical Theory4
AUTO 170Auto Heating and Air Conditioning Systems4
AUTO 175Light Duty Diesel Engines3
AUTO 270Advance Auto Heating and Air Conditioning2
AUTO 278Automotive Internship3
ENG 110College Writing I3-OR-
ENG 160College Writing and Research4
MATH 106Technical Mathematics4
WELD 120Introduction to Welding3
WPE 112Safety and First Aid2
Minimum Total Credits: 62

*It is essential to see a counselor regarding your program of study to verify course requirements.

To make an appointment, call 269.488.4100 (TTC) or 269.373.7800 (ACC).