Automotive Technology Program Guide
Associate of Technical Science (ATS) Degree (complete both years)
Certificate of Completion (complete year one)
Offered at Wenatchee campus
Prior to enrollment in the automotive technology program, the student must achieve appropriate scores on the placement test that will qualify him or her for MATH 093 or higher (or have completed MATH 090), READ 100 and ENGL 100. Additionally, each student must have a valid driver's license and a qualifying interview with one of the automotive program instructors during which he or she will also take a mechanical aptitude test.
|First Year - Fall Quarter||Credits|
|AUTO 100||Shop Procedures||1|
|AUTO 110||Electrical Systems||4|
|AUTO 112||Engine Repair||3|
|AUTO 113||Engine Performance||4|
|OCED 101*||Technical Reading||5|
|First Year - Spring Quarter|
|AUTO 117||Brake Systems||4|
|AUTO 118||Heating and Air Conditioning||4|
|BCT 116||Professional Work Relations||3|
|HLTH 051||Basic First Aid||1|
|MATH 093*||Elementary Algebra or higher||5|
|Total Credits for Certificate||51|
|Second Year - Fall Quarter|
|AUTO 210||Advanced Electrical Systems||4|
|AUTO 213||Advanced Engine Performance||8|
|Second Year - Winter Quarter|
|AUTO 212||Advanced Engine Repair||4|
|AUTO 219||Engine Driveability||4|
|AUTO 296**||Cooperative Work Experience||5|
|Second Year - Spring Quarter|
|AUTO 220***||Advanced Technical Practices||12|
|WELD 128||Basic Welding||3|
|Total Credits for Degree||100|
*Placement score required.
**Cooperative Work Experience can be taken any quarter with instructor's permission.
***More in-depth training (study) in any offered automotive area to satisfy AUTO 220.