Automotive Technician Certificate
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This program of study is designed to prepare technicians for the high-tech automotive industry. This Certificate is a continuation of the basic Certificate of Achievement in Automotive Service; it prepares students to take state and national certification tests. Completion of this certificate will prepare students for industry-wide certification. The Automotive Technician Certificate can also be used toward an Associate of Applied Science in Technology Degree.
|Certificate Program Requirement|
|Certificate of Achievement — Automotive Service 1||16.00|
|15 credit hours|
|AUTO-141||ENGINE DIAGNOSIS & IGNITION SYSTEMS 2||3.00|
|AUTO-226||AUTOMOTIVE HEATING & AIR COND 3||3.00|
|AUTO-245||AUTO VALVE TRAIN & HEAD REBUILDING 3||3.00|
|AUTO-246||AUTO CYLINDER BLOCK REBUILDING 3||3.00|
|Select one of the following:||3.00|
|INTRO TO AUTOMOTIVE TRANSMISSIONS 3|
|INTERNSHIP I-TECHNOLOGY (by special arrangement) 3|
Students must complete to be granted the Automotive Technician Certificate.
Prerequisite courses must be completed prior to program admission.
Course has prerequisite(s)
ASE and/or State of Michigan Certification
Upon successful completion of the required course work, including the prerequisite Certificate of Achievement in Automotive Service, the graduate should be ready for the State of Michigan and/or ASE Certification in the following Automotive Specialty Areas:
- Brakes Braking Systems
- Front End, Suspension Steering Systems
- Electrical Systems
- Engine Repair
- Engine Tune-up/Performance
- Heating Air Conditioning
- Automatic Transmission (for students selecting AUTO-250 INTRO TO AUTOMOTIVE TRANSMISSIONS)
Tuition is calculated by contact hours per semester.