Automotive Service Excellence

Classes

ASE/AUM 121 : BRAKING SYSTEMS

This course provides instruction in automotive technology or auto mechanics. Emphasis is placed on the practical application of brakes.

credits

3

ASE/AUM 122 : SUSPENSION AND STEERING

This course provides instruction in automotive technology or auto mechanics. Emphasis is placed on the practical application of steering and suspension.

credits

3

ASE/AUM 124 : AUTOMOTIVE ENGINES

This course provides instruction on the operation, design, and superficial repair of automotive engines. Emphasis is placed on understanding the four stroke cycle, intake and exhaust manifolds and related parts, engine mechanical timing components, engine cooling and lubrication system principles and repairs, and basic fuel and ignition operation. This is a CORE course and supports CIP code 47.0604 and 15.0803.

credits

3

ASE/AUM 130 : DRIVE TRAIN & AXLES

This course provides basic instruction in automotive drive trains and axles. Emphasis is placed on the understanding and application of basic internal and external operation relating to proper operation and driveability. ABR 223 Automotive Mechanical Components is a suitable substitute for this course. This is a CORE course.

credits

3

ASE/AUM 162 : ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS

This is an intermediate course in automotive electrical and electronic systems. Emphasis is placed on troubleshooting and repair of battery, starting, charging, and lighting systems, subsystems, and components. This is a CORE course.

credits

3

ASE/AUM 212 : ADVANCED ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS

This course provides instruction in advanced automotive electrical and electronic systems. Emphasis is placed on troubleshooting and repair of advanced electrical and electronic systems, subsystems, and components.

credits

3

ASE/AUM 220 : ADVANCED AUTOMOTIVE ENGINES

This course provides in depth instruction concerning internal engine diagnosis, overhaul and repair, including but not necessarily limited to the replacement of timing chains, belts, and gears, as well as the replacement or reconditioning of valve train components as well as replacement of pistons, connecting rods, piston rings, bearings, lubrication system components, gaskets, and oil seals. This course supports CIP code 47.0604 and 15.0803.

credits

3

ASE/AUM 224 : MANUAL TRANSMISSION & TRANSAXLE

This course covers basic instruction in manual transmissions and transaxles. Emphasis is placed on the understanding and application of basic internal and external operation relating to proper operation and driveability. This course supports CIP codes 15.0803 and 47.0604.

credits

3

ASE/AUM 230 : AUTO TRANSMISSION & TRANSAXLE

This course provides basic instruction in automatic transmissions and transaxles. Emphasis is placed on the comprehension of principles and powerflow of automatic transmissions and repairing or replacing internal and external components. This is a CORE course supports CIP Code 15.0803 and 47.0604.

credits

3

ASE/AUM 239 : ENGINE PERFORMANCE

This course provides basic instruction in engine performance with emphasis on fuel and ignition systems relating to engine operation. This is a CORE course and supports CIP code 15.0803 and 47.0604.

credits

3

ASE/AUM 244 : ENGINE PERFORMANCE AND DIAGNOSTICS

This course provides advanced instruction in engine performance. Emphasis is placed on engine management and computer controls of ignition, fuel, and emissions systems relating to engine performance and driveability. This is a CORE course and supports CIP Code 15.0803 and 47.0604.

credits

3

ASE/AUM 246 : AUTOMOTIVE EMISSIONS

This is an introductory course in automotive emission systems. Emphasis is placed on troubleshooting and repair of systems, subsystems, and components. This course supports CIP code 15.0803 and 47.0604.

credits

3

ASE/AUM 281 : SPECIAL TOPICS

These courses are designed to allow the student to specialize in a particular area of study with minimum instruction in automotive mechanics application and with evaluation at the instructor's discretion. Emphasis is placed on a topic/project that the student is interested in and may include any automotive or related area in automotive mechanics. Upon completion, the student should be able to work with minimum instruction and execute the necessary techniques to finish a live work project of their choice.

credits

3