Auto Hybrid & Adv Tech Vehicle
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.
|AUTO 112||Shop Fundamentals||2|
|AUTO 120||Introduction to Automotive Electrical||4|
|AUTO 121||Automotive Electrical/Electronic Systems||4|
|AUTO 122||Auto Chassis Electronic Systems||2|
|AUTO 130||Automotive Brake Systems||4|
|AUTO 143||Automatic Transmission/Transaxle||4|
|AUTO 163||Engine Mechanical Theory||4|
|AUTO 172||Alternative Fuels and Advance Technology Vehicles||2|
|AUTO 200||Alternative Auto Propulsion||3|
|WPE 112||Safety and First Aid||2|
|Minimum Total Credits: 31|
*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).