Automotive Technology (AAS)
Associate of Applied Science* | 2014-2015 Catalog
Automotive program courses will enable the participant to seek employment as an entry-level technician.
The curriculum is designed to meet and/or exceed National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF) standards. The program prepares the successful student to achieve ASE certification.
This is a specialized admissions program. Please see an academic advisor, program professor, or the department chair for details.
|Total Semester Hours: 69|
|AUMT 1405 - Introduction to Automotive Technology
AUMT 1407 - Automotive Electrical Systems
AUMT 2417 - Automotive Engine Performance Analysis I
COSC 1301 - Introduction to Computing
|AUMT 2421 - Automotive Electrical Diagnosis and Repair
AUMT 1419 - Automotive Engine Repair
AUMT 2434 - Automotive Engine Performance Analysis II
ENGL 1301 - Composition I
AUMT 2357 Automotive Alternative Fuels
AUMT 1445 Automotive Climate Control Systems
AUMT 2425 Automotive Automatic Transmission and Transaxle
Courses titled in bold type represent general education requirements.
*For automotive technology degree programs:
NOTE: Applicants must meet the admission requirements for TJC, meet minimum standards on the TSI Assessments in reading, writing, and math, and achieve minimum scores on the Bennett Mechanical Comprehension Test.
NOTE: Department specific courses must be taken in sequence and may have a prerequisite course. Exceptions must be approved in writing by the department chair.
All new students are required to attend automotive orientation.
Students are required to furnish their own tools. (See an academic advisor, program professor, or the department chair for required tool list.)
Automotive Technology Contact Information
Bryan Baker, Dept. Chair, Industrial Trades
Office: STC Lobby
Advising contact: 903-510-2347