Automotive Engine Repair
Program Description: The Automotive Engine Repair Technician certificate program provides the student with entry level automotive engine repair skills. Topics include: basic shop safety, basic electrical/electronic diagnosis, principles of engine operation, basic engine diagnosis, and basic engine repair procedures.
Length of Program: Two (2) Semesters.
Cost of Program: Click Here.
Entrance Dates: This program is self-paced. Students are able to be admitted at the beginning of any semester and any day during the semester, contingent on course hours and time remaining in the semester.
Entrance Requirements: Refer to Admissions criteria. Click for Entrance Score Requirements.
Age: Applicant must be 16 years of age or older and have a valid driver’s license
Education: A high school graduate or the equivalent (GED) is not necessary for application or admission, but must be received prior to awarding of this certificate. College transcripts will be evaluated on an individual basis.
Additional Requirements: Students are required to obtain the necessary tools for the program prior to enrollment.
Program Final Exit Point: Automotive Engine Repair Technician, Technical Certificate of Credit.
Credits Required for Graduation: 15 minimum semester hour credits required for graduation
Note: Credits from this program may be applied to the Automotive diploma program.
|1. Occupational Courses (15 hours)|
|AUTT||1010||Automotive Technology Introduction||2|
|Seven (7) Credit hours of Electrical System courses.|
|AUTT||1020||Automotive Electrical Systems||7|
|AUTT||1021||Automotive Electrical Systems I||(4)|
|AUTT||1022||Automotive Electrical Systems II||(3)|
|Six (6) Credit hours of Engine Repair courses.|
|AUTT||2010||Automotive Engine Repair||6|
|AUTT||2011||Automotive Engine Repair I||(3)|
|AUTT||2012||Automotive Engine Repair II||(3)|
Note: AUTT 1021 and AUTT 1022 are used for part-time day and evening students in place of AUTT 1020. AUTT 1020 cannot be completed in one (1) semester by students enrolled exclusively in evening courses.
Note: AUTT 2011 and AUTT 2012 are used for part-time day and evening students in place of AUTT 2010. AUTT 2010 cannot be completed in one (1) semester by students enrolled exclusively in evening courses.