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Automotive Technology

AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY

ASSOCIATE OF SCIENCE DEGREE
CAREER & TECHNICAL EDUCATION DIVISION

The courses listed in the Associate of Science Degree are comprised of a comprehensive list of job skills needed to enter the automotive field. The skills developed during class will enhance the student’s ability to complete the (ASE) Automotive Service Excellence Certification Tests A-1 through A-8, Automotive Technician. The Degree is designed to prepare an individual for transfer and/or entry-level employment as an Automobile Technician.

Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  • While obtaining and earning the degree, the student will be able to work safely and identify safety and health hazards in an automotive service and repair facility.
  •  While obtaining and earning the degree, the student will be able to communicate effectively, both verbally and through the written word, in an automotive service and repair environment.
  •  While obtaining and earning the degree, the student will be able to properly use and care for automotive service and repair tools and equipment.
  •  While obtaining and earning the degree, the student will be able to research, read, and use automotive service and repair literature, both in print and in electronic format.
  •  While obtaining and earning the degree, the student will be able to identify, analyze, and evaluate specific automotive service and repair issues to determine concern, cause, and correction.

To acquire the Associate of Science Degree in Automotive Technology, it is necessary to complete the graduation requirements of the college along with the following courses with a grade of “C” or better:

Major Advising Sheet: Automotive Technology18-19