GCC 2018-19 Catalog - Page 88



AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY
Associate of Applied Technology – 2 years
The Associate Degree program includes all of the elements of the certificate program with the addition of general education requirements
that include management, communications, supervisory, computer, and math skills. This program allows for additional employment
options in automotive management and business, as well as transfer options to four-year universities.
Students seeking the Associates degree will meet with their advisor(s) for class selections once the core automotive courses have been
completed. Students desiring seeking to earn a Certificate or Associates degree over a longer time frame should be advised that core
automotive class sequences are on a fixed fall/spring rotation so this decision should be carefully exercised. This decision could also
have financial aid implications. Please work closely with your advisor when deciding on your schedule.
FALL SEMESTER
CREDITS
ORI 100 College Experience ........................................... 1
AUT 102 Automotive Industry Fundamentals ................. 3
AUT 107 Electrical/Electronic Systems I ....................... 5
AUT 108 Electrical/Electronic Systems II ....................... 5
14
FALL SEMESTER
CREDITS
AUT 231 Suspension Steering and Wheel Alignment .......... 4
AUT 232 Brakes and Braking Systems ................................ 4
AUT 241 Heating/Air Conditioning/Electrical Systems ....... 5
13
SPRING SEMESTER
CREDITS
AUT 121 Engine Performance Fundamentals ................. 5
AUT 122 Advanced Engine Performance ........................ 4
AUT 244 Introduction to Hybrids Vehicles ..................... 3
12
SPRING SEMESTER
CREDITS
AUT 101 Engine Repair ...................................................... 5
AUT 123 Automatic Transmissions and Transaxles ............. 5
AUT 124 Manual Drive trains and Axles ............................. 4
14
GENERAL EDUCATION CORE
CREDITS
ENG 101 English Comp. or ENG 105 Technical English .... 3
BUS 101 Introduction to Business ....................................... 3
Humanities Elective .............................................................. 3
Social Science Elective ........................................................ 3
Math Elective ................................................................... 3-4
15-16
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Total Credits: 68-69

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