Introduction to Automotive, Safety, and Pollution
AUTM - 1000: Introduction to Automotive, Safety, and Pollution
AUTM 1000 This course prepares students for the Automotive Technician Program. Students will register for manufacturer training and supplemental learning resources used in the program. Students will purchase tools and uniforms to be used while in the program. Students will be introduced to shop safety and pollution prevention procedures used in the industry.
Introduction to Automotive Electricity and Electronics
AUTM - 2157: Introduction to Automotive Electricity and Electronics
AUTM 2157 This course introduces students to the fundamentals of automotive electrical and electronic systems. Students will learn about electrical theory and electrical diagnostic strategy using the DVOM. Students will learn about shop safety procedures, how to use vehicle service information, and how to use general shop tools and equipment as they relate to electrical/electronic service and repair
AUTM 2167 This course covers automotive electrical and electronic fundamentals. Students will learn how to identify and interpret circuit wiring diagrams. Industry recognized procedures for repairing wiring harnesses, connectors, and terminals are demonstrated and practiced in this course. Operation, diagnosis, and repair of automotive series, parallel and relay-controlled circuits are studied using various types of tools and test equipment.
AUTM 2187 Students in this course will be exposed to complex automotive electronics and computer-controlled circuits. Operation, diagnosis, and repair of vehicle communication networks will be studied using various types of tools and test equipment.