AAS Automotive Technology in Electronics and Diagnostics Courses

Freshman Year:

Fall Term
Course Number / Title / Credit
AUT 106 Automotive Program Orientation - 1
AUT 107 Mechanical Systems I - 3
AUT 115 College Success / Automotive Technology - 2
AUT 110 Small Gas Engines - 3
AUT 101 Basic Electricity for Automotive - 2
MTH 60 Algebra (or higher) - 4
Total Credits: 15

Winter Term
Course Number / Title / Credit
AUT 102 Auto Electric I - 5
AUT 103 Auto Electric II - 2
AUT 205 Engine Performance I - 2
HHP 252A Fitness / First Aid - 3
*CIS120 Computer Literacy Component - 0-4
Total Credits: 12-16

Spring Term

Course Number / Title / Credit
AUT 111 Computerized Engine Controls - 5
AUT 206 Engine Performance II - 2
AUT 202 Manual Drive Trains I - 3
CIS 131 Software Applications - 4
AUT 105 Diesel Performance I - 2
Total Credits: 16

Summer Term
Course Number / Title / Credit
AUT 216A **Co-op Work Experience - 4
AUT 253 Automotive Air Conditioning - 3
Total Credits: 7

Credits First Year: 50-54

Sophomore Year:
- Firsts year program prerequisites met

Fall Term
Course Number / Title / Credit
AUT 280 Hybrid Electric Vehicle I - 4
AUT 270 Automotive Controller Systems I - 4
AUT 201 Automotive Engines - 4
AUT 208 Automotive Brakes - 3
Total Credits: 15

Winter Term
Course Number / Title / Credit
AUT 281 Hybrid Electric Vehicle II (HEV) - 4
AUT 204 Steering and Suspension - 3
AUT 203 Manual Drive Trains II - 3
AUT 251 Automatic transmissions I - 3
WR 121 English Composition - 4
Total Credits: 17

Spring Term
Course Number / Title / Credit
AUT 260 Diesel Performance II - 4
AUT 271 Automotive Controller Systems II - 4
AUT 256 Automatic Transmissions II - 2
AUT 104 Automotive Electric III - 2
BA 178 Customer Service - 3
Total Credits: 15

Summer Term
Course Number / Title / Credit
AUT 216B  Dealership CWE / clean diesel / hybrid - 4
Total Credits: 4

Credits Second Year: 51

Total Credits: 101-105


* Options for this requirement
**Automotive CWE may be taken after three quarters, including summer.  Do not enroll in CWE without first being cleared by your instructor.  Exceptions are based on individual student goals.