Automotive Technology (AUT.S.AAS)

69.0 Credit Hours

Fully accredited by the National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation, the Associate of Applied Science in Automotive Technology provides training for students aspiring to become automotive technicians. Training in automotive management and business operations is a component of the program.

Program Outcomes

  • Diagnose fuel injection, delivery and emission control system problems. Utilize scan tools, scopes, DVOM meters and other test equipment in troubleshooting engine and Diagnose and repair automatic transmission/transaxle systems, torque converters and 4-wheel drive/all-wheel drive systems.
  • Demonstrate knowledge of social and human skill sets in supporting community, work and/or the college experience.
  • Diagnose fuel injection, delivery and emission control system problems. Diagnose/repair brake, anti-lock and power booster systems. Diagnose/repair suspension and steering components. Perform vehicle alignments.
  • Diagnose fuel injection, delivery and emission control system problems. Diagnose and repair heating and air conditioning systems including automatic climate-control systems.
  • Diagnose fuel injection, delivery and emission control system problems. Diagnose automotive electrical and accessory system problems. Utilize DVOM meters, scopes and other electrical testing equipment to troubleshoot battery, charging and hybrid propulsion systems.
  • Diagnose fuel injection, delivery and emission control system problems. Utilize scan tools, scopes, DVOM meters and other test equipment in troubleshooting engine and Diagnose and repair manual transmission systems, drivelines and differentials.
  • Perform entry-level engine overhaul, precision measurements; perform machining and engine mechanical service.
  • Apply effective customer communication skills in an automotive service environment. Apply good management skills in operating an automotive service business. Develop and analyze an automotive business facility layout. Demonstrate business computer skills.
  • Apply effective customer communication skills in an automotive service environment. Apply good Utilize safety and environmental skills in applying automotive service practices.
  • Diagnose fuel injection, delivery and emission control system problems. Utilize scan tools, scopes, DVOM meters and other test equipment in troubleshooting engine and drivability problems.
  • Apply effective customer communication skills in an automotive service environment. Apply good Demonstrate analytical and logical thinking skills in diagnosing mechanical and practical applied problems or projects activities.

Curriculum

Ohio Transfer Module: Social & Behavioral Sciences Elective 3 credit hours
Ohio Transfer Module: Arts & Humanities Elective 3 credit hours
Automotive Elective 2 credit hours
AUT 1102: Introduction to Automotive Service View Master Syllabus View Current Schedule 2 credit hours
AUT 1108: Automotive Engine Systems View Master Syllabus View Current Schedule 4 credit hours
AUT 1111: Automotive Management View Master Syllabus View Current Schedule 2 credit hours
AUT 1114: Automotive Electrical/Electronic Systems I View Master Syllabus View Current Schedule 3 credit hours
AUT 1115: Automotive Engine Performance I View Master Syllabus View Current Schedule 4 credit hours
AUT 1116: Automotive Steering & Suspension Systems View Master Syllabus View Current Schedule 3 credit hours
AUT 1142: Automotive Manual Transmission & Driveline View Master Syllabus View Current Schedule 3 credit hours
AUT 1146: Automotive Heating Ventilation & Air Conditioning Systems View Master Syllabus View Current Schedule 3 credit hours
AUT 1165: Automotive Brake Systems View Master Syllabus View Current Schedule 3 credit hours
AUT 2214: Automotive Electrical/Electronic Systems II View Master Syllabus View Current Schedule 4 credit hours
AUT 2215: Automotive Engine Performance II View Master Syllabus View Current Schedule 4 credit hours
AUT 2241: Automatic Transmission Systems View Master Syllabus View Current Schedule 4 credit hours
AUT 2250: Automotive Service Operations View Master Syllabus View Current Schedule 7 credit hours
CAM 1109: Fundamentals of Tooling & Machining View Master Syllabus View Current Schedule 3 credit hours
COM 2206: Interpersonal Communication View Master Syllabus View Current Schedule 3 credit hours
ENG 1101: English Composition I View Master Syllabus View Current Schedule 3 credit hours
MAT 1110: Math for Technologists View Master Syllabus View Current Schedule 3 credit hours
OPT 2211: Industrial Risk Management View Master Syllabus View Current Schedule 2 credit hours
SCC 1101: First Year Experience View Master Syllabus View Current Schedule 1 credit hour
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