2018-2019 Catalog

Automotive Technology, Associate of Applied Science

The Automotive Technology program provides courses for those who want to prepare for the high-tech and exciting world of automotive service and repair. Multiple program options exist: a 71 credit hour program leading to an A.A.S. Degree in Automotive Technology, a 42 credit hour program leading to a One-Year Certificate in Automotive Technology, or a 42 credit hour program leading to the Certificate of Alternative Fuel Vehicle Technology. The Certificate in Automotive Technology and the Associate Degree in Automotive Technology will help the student to begin a career in the automotive industry that will be both fun and rewarding. The Certificate in Alternative Fuel Vehicle Technology will help the student to be able to work on some of the most high-tech vehicles that are becoming common place on today’s streets and highways.

Degree Requirements

Freshman Year - Fall Semester

AUTO 1765AUTOMOTIVE ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS I

3

AUTO 1766AUTOMOTIVE ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS II

3

AUTO 1770AUTOMOTIVE ELECTRONICS

3

CMAP 1200COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS

3

ENGL 1010ENGLISH COMPOSITION I

3

HMDV 10051st YEAR SUCCESS

1

Total Credit Hours:16

Freshman Year - Spring Semester

AUTO 1700ENGINE FUNDAMENTALS

6

AUTO 1760HEATING AND AIR CONDITIONING

3

ENGL 2005TECHNICAL WRITING

3

PHYS 1050CONCEPTS OF PHYSICS

4

TECH 1600INDUSTRIAL SAFETY

3

Total Credit Hours:19

Sophomore Year - Fall Semester

AUTO 1730AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSIONS

6

AUTO 1740BRAKE SYSTEMS

3

AUTO 2540ADVANCED BRAKES & SUSPENSION SYSTEMS

3

AUTO 2545AUTOMOTIVE ALIGNMENT & STEERNG SYSTEMS

3

WELD 2630WELDING FOR THE ARTS I

3

Total Credit Hours:18

Sophomore Year - Spring Semester

AUTO 1690MANUAL POWER TRANSMISSION FUNDAMENTALS

6

AUTO 2510ENGINE PERFORMANCE I

3

AUTO 2520ENGINE PERFORMANCE II

3

AUTO 2590ENGINE PERFORMANCE III

3

US & WYOMING CONSTITUTION

3

HMDV 2411ASSESSMENT REQUIREMENT

0

Total Credit Hours:18

Sophomore Year - Spring Semester Notes: 

  • US & Wyoming Constitution can be fulfilled by U.S. to 1865 (HIST 1211), U.S. From 1865 (HIST 1221), Wyoming History (HIST 1251) and American & Wyoming Government (POLS 1000). 
  • Total Credit Hours: 71