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Courses must be taken in sequence:
Automotive Technology I (Year 1) CTS161/JTS161
Automotive Technology II (Year 2) CTS162/JTS162
Automotive Technology III (Year 3) CTS163/JTS163 (9 credits from PCC available for Year 3)
Automotive Technology IV (Optional Year 4) CTS160/JTS160
Automotive Technology Internship (Optional) CTS164
3 Year Program
Program offered at: CDO
This high-tech career is always in demand and cannot be outsourced overseas.
Learn all basic Automotive techniques and skills, including tire mounting, tire balancing, cooling systems flushes, brake replacement and oil changes.
Receive instruction on basic and advanced engine fundamentals.
Demonstrate understanding of electrical circuitry in transportation applications.
Work-based learning instruction to advance knowledge in suspension and brakes.
Analysis of engine performance and drivetrain.
Students can demonstrate their skills in regional, state, and national SkillsUSA competitions.
Students will be prepared for employment in entry-level positions in the Automotive industry. Students are prepared for continued study at a technical school or 2-year or 4-year college or university. Students will acquire industry certifications during the program. Career examples include Auto Service Technician, Mechanic, General Maintenance Technician, and Parts Salesperson.