This program prepares individuals in all phases of auto repair from basic maintenance to complex diagnostic procedures. Because of the variety of work, technicians must be familiar with electrical and computer-controlled systems, transmissions, and electronic fuel injection. Students will have the opportunity to work with state-of-the-art equipment while repairing today's cars and light duty trucks in a real world shop situation. The Auto Mechanics program has met the required standards and achieved National Certification through Automotive Service Excellence (ASE).
 
Course Outline
 
Required Courses
(15 Courses)
Course
Number
Course Title Credits
ABOD 1111 Minor Body Repair
ABOD 1112 Welding Processes and Corrosion Repair Procedures
ABOD 1113 Vehicle Preparation
ABOD 1124 Body and Glass Service
ABOD 1125 Automotive Refinishing
ABOD 1126 Refinishing Lab and Estimating 9-11*
ABOD 2131 Color Matching and Blending
ABOD 2132 Collision Refinishing and Estimating
ABOD 2133 Collision Damage Replacement
ABOD 2135 Wheel Alignment and Mechanical Systems
ABOD 2145 Major Collision Repair Lab
ABOD 2146 Skillbuilding Lab 8*
GSWS 1401 Employment Preparation
GSWS 1413 Small Business Operation
GSWS 1462 Industry Skills
Total Credits: 66  
Note there is a data error. The credits listed in this section total 58 while the section is listed as having 66 credits.
 
Total Diploma Credits: 66  

*Credits for this course are variable. See your Advisor about this course.