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Third Semester

ASL 261

3

ASL 271

3

ASL 272

3

MATH/SCNC/CSCI Electives

3

Electives**

3

Fourth Semester

ASL 251

3

ASL 262

3

ASL 297***

4

PSYC 100

3

HPER Electives

2

*Students may be admitted to the program

upon proof of signing proficiency equal to

prerequisite requirements.

** Work closely with your advisor to select

appropriate classes.

*** Prior to ASL 297, students must

complete ASL 261, ASL 271 and ASL 272

with a grade of B or better.

Automotive Technology

Technicians are trained in the latest

testing equipment and special

tools needed to repair all types of

automobiles. The Certificate and

the Diploma are offered under a

competency based career and technical

education format which provides

self paced, individualized instruction.

Students may also receive an Associate

in Applied Science in Automotive

Technology Degree.

The Automotive Technology program

is certified by the National Automotive

Technicians Education Foundation

(NATEF). The curriculum is structured

to include training for the eight areas

of skills as stated by the National

Institution for Automotive Service

Excellence (ASE). Voluntary certification

testing with ASE upon completion of the

program is strongly encouraged.

Certificate

First Year

AUTO 111

6

AUTO 112

6

AUTO 148

4

AUTO 158

4

AUTO 161

3

AUTO 162

6

AUTO 181

3

AUTO 182

3

MATH 100 or above

3

Diploma

Students must complete the required credits

with a 2.0 GPA to successfully complete the

diploma requirements.

First Year

Same courses as required for certificate.

Second Year

AUTO 208

4

AUTO 221

4

AUTO 222

4

AUTO 238

6

AUTO 278

3

AUTO 288

6

ENGL 105

3

TECH 238

2

Associate in Applied Science

The AAS Degree requires successful

completion of a career and technical

program plus 20 hours of general education.

Early Childhood Education

The Early Childhood Education program is

designed to prepare students to work with

children in child care facilities, recreation

centers, schools, private homes, and

children’s institutions. Students plan learning

experiences for children, gain knowledge

of the principles of human growth and

development, and practice skills in guiding

the behavior of children.