Automotive

Classes

ASE 121 : Braking Systems

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

Credits

3

Prerequisites

None.

ASE 122 : Steering and Suspension

This course provides instruction in automotive technology or auto mechanics. Emphasis is placed on the practical application of steering and suspension. ABR 255 is a suitable substitute.

Credits

3

Prerequisites

None.

ASE 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.

Credits

3

Prerequisites

None.

ASE 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.

Credits

3

Prerequisites

None.

ASE 212 : Advanced Electrical and 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

Prerequisites

None

ASE 239 : Engine Performance

This course provides basic instruction in engine performance with emphasis on fuel and ignition systems relating to engine operation.

Credits

3

Prerequisites

None.

ASE 246 : Automotive Emissions

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

Credits

3

Prerequisites

None.